flat

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flat englannista suomeksi

  1. selvä

  2. pitkällään, pitkällään oleva

  3. lattea, laimea, tylsä

  4. suoraan

  5. litteä

  6. idätysastia

  7. asunto, huoneisto

  8. tyhjä rengas, puhjennut kumi

  9. eloton

  10. lakea, tasainen

  11. alavireinen, alennettu

  12. taustamaalaus, kulissi

  13. alennusmerkki

  14. tasa-

  15. avotavaravaunu

  16. väljähtynyt

  17. alava maa

  1. litteä, laakea, tasainen

  2. litteä

  3. lattea, monotoninen

  4. tylsä, lattea

  5. alennettu

  6. alavireinen

  7. tyhjä, puhjennut

  8. väljähtynyt

  9. tyhjä

  10. tasaisesti

  11. tylysti

  12. täysin, kokonaan

  13. tasanko, tasanne

  14. alennettu nuotti">alennettu nuotti

  15. puhjennut rengas">puhjennut rengas, tyhjä rengas">tyhjä rengas, rengasrikko

  16. matalakorkoiset (kengät) (monikko) ">matalakorkoiset (kengät) (monikko)

  17. talttasivellin

  18. lape

  19. ropponen

  20. Substantiivi

  21. Verbi

flat englanniksi

  1. Having no variations in height.

  2. (ux)

  3. In a horizontal line or plane; not sloping.

  4. Smooth; having no protrusions, indentations or other surface irregularities, or relatively so.

  5. (quote-book)|title=(w)

  6. Having small or invisible breasts and/or buttocks.

  7. Without variation in level, quantity, value, tone etc.

  8. At a consistently depressed level; consistently lacklustre.

  9. Of fees, fares etc., fixed; unvarying.

  10. Without variations in pitch.

  11. Without variation in tone or hue; uniform.

  12. Lacking liveliness or action; depressed; uninteresting; dull and boring.

  13. February 16, 1833, (w), ''Table Talk''

  14. A large part of the work is, to me, very flat.
  15. (RQ:Shakespeare Hamlet)

  16. Lacking in depth, substance, or believability; underdeveloped; one-dimensional.

  17. (ant)

  18. Lowered by one semitone.

  19. Of a note or voice, lower in pitch than it should be.

  20. Absolute; downright; peremptory.

  21. (RQ:Marlowe Doctor Faustus)

  22. (RQ:Shakespeare Much Ado About Nothing)

  23. 1602, Marston (poet)|John Marston, ''Antonio and Mellida'', Malone Society Reprint, 1921, Act I, lines 324-326,https://archive.org/details/antonioandmellid00marsuoft

  24. He is made like a tilting staffe; and lookes
    For all the world like an ore-rosted pigge:
    A great ''Tobacco'' taker too, thats flat.
  25. Deflated, especially because of a puncture.

  26. With all or most of its dioxide having come out of solution so that the drink no longer fizzes or contains any bubbles.

  27. Lacking acidity without being sweet.

  28. Unable to emit power; dead.

  29. Without spin; spinless.

  30. Sonant; vocal, as distinguished from a sharp (non-sonant) consonant.

  31. Not having an inflectional ending or sign, such as a noun used as an adjective, or an adjective as an adverb, without the addition of a formative suffix; or an infinitive without the sign "to".

  32. Having a head at a very angle to the shaft.

  33. Flattening at the ends.

  34. Exact.

  35. So as to be flat.

  36. Bluntly.

  37. Exactly, precisely.

  38. (quote-book)

  39. ''In the mile race, Smith's time was 3:58.56, and Brown's was four minutes flat.''

  40. (qualifier) (non-gloss definition)

  41. Completely.

  42. Directly; flatly.

  43. (RQ:Herbert Temple)

  44. Without allowance for accrued interest.

  45. ''The bonds are trading flat.''

  46. An area of level ground.

  47. ''The hovercraft skimmed across the open flats.''

  48. (RQ:Bacon Essayes)

  49. (quote-book)|chapter=3

  50. Level ground in general.

  51. ''I can run on the flat but not up hills.''

    ''The going will be easier once we're through these mountains and onto the flat.''

  52. Level horse-racing ground, as contrasted with courses incorporating jumps, or the racing done on such ground.

  53. ''This horse will do better over the flat.''

    ''flat racing'', ''the flat season''

  54. 2020, Brian Sheerin, ''Racing Post'', "Gordon Elliott maps out summer Flat campaigns for talented jumpers" (article) https://www.racingpost.com/news/gordon-elliott-maps-out-summer-flat-campaigns-for-talented-jumpers/431475

  55. In light of Horse Racing Ireland's Covid-19 contingency plan announcement, that whenever racing resumes the Flat will be given priority, Elliott has decided to keep a number of talented jumpers on the go during the summer, with a view towards a dual-purpose campaign.
  56. 2021 (retrieved), racing365.com, "Flat Racing Explained" https://racing365.com/flat-racing-explained/

  57. In British horse racing, the classics are a series of horse races run over the flat (i.e. without jumps).
  58. the area in the centre of a racecourse.

  59. (senseid) A note played a semitone lower than a natural, denoted by the symbol placed after the letter representing the note (''e.g.'', B♭) or in front of the note symbol (''e.g.'' ♭♪).

  60. ''The key of E♭ has three flats.''

  61. A tyre/tire.

  62. 2012, July 15. Richard Williams in Guardian Unlimited, Tour de France 2012: Carpet tacks cannot force Bradley Wiggins off track

  63. The next one surrendered his bike, only for that, too, to give him a second flat as he started the descent.
  64. A type of ladies' shoe with a very low heel.

  65. A type of flat-soled running shoe without spikes.

  66. A thin, broad brush used in oil and watercolour painting.

  67. The flat part of something:

  68. The flat side of a blade, as opposed to the sharp edge.

  69. The palm of the hand, with the adjacent part of the fingers.

  70. A wide, shallow container or pallet.

  71. A large mail piece measuring at least 8 1/2 by 11 inches, such as catalogs, magazines, and unfolded paper enclosed in large envelopes.

  72. A railroad car without a roof, and whose body is a platform without sides; a platform car or flatcar.

  73. (quote-journal)

  74. A flat-bottomed boat, without keel, and of small draught.

  75. A subset of n-dimensional space that is congruent to a space of lower dimension.

  76. A straw hat, broad-brimmed and low-crowned.

  77. A sheet for use on a bed.

  78. 1986, ''New York Magazine'' (volume 19, number 49, page 20)

  79. You might think that Americans buy roughly the same number of fitted sheets as flats. Or, considering the market for electric blankets, duvets, and other covers, that consumers buy even more bottom sheets, simply forgoing the tops.
  80. A flat, glossy children's book with few pages.

  81. 1970, ''The Publishers Weekly'' (volume 197, page 85)

  82. This same publisher notes pricing is a crucial factor in the mass market field of $1, $1.95 and $2.95 "flats."
  83. A platform on a wheel, upon which emblematic designs etc. are carried in processions.

  84. A horizontal vein or ore deposit auxiliary to a main vein; also, any horizontal portion of a vein not elsewhere horizontal(R:Raymond Glossar).

  85. A rectangular wooden structure covered with masonite, lauan, or muslin, often produced in standard modules, that is used to build wall surfaces on stage. Flats can be painted and outfitted with doors and/or windows to depict a building or other part of a scene. It's a hard-surfaced alternative to a backcloth orbackdrop.

  86. Any of various hesperiid butterflies that spread their wings open when they land.

  87. An early kind of toy soldier having a flat design.

  88. 2019, Luigi Toiati, ''The History of Toy Soldiers'' (page 78)

  89. Among the many US museums hosting flats, we may mention the Toy Soldier Museum in the Pocono Mountains, supervised by the historian, collector and dealer J. Hillestad.
  90. A dull fellow; a simpleton.

  91. 1836, (w), "The Music-Grinders":

  92. ... if you cannot make a speech,
    Because you are a flat,
    Go very quietly and drop
    A button in the hat!
  93. (RQ:Thackeray Vanity Fair)

  94. (short for)

  95. A flat (i.e. plane) mirror

  96. {{quote-journal|1=en|text="When sampling the aperture of a telescope, using auto-collimating flats (ACFs) is more economical"

  97. A cheater's die with the edges shaved to make certain rolls more likely.

  98. 2005, Fred Cicetti, ''Local Angles: The Big News in Small Towns'' (page 78)

  99. He would slip in his six-ace flats, shaved dice that were made to bring up sevens. He'd throw them just long enough to get well, and then replace them with legitimate cubes.
  100. To make a call; to call without raising.

  101. To become flat or flattened; to sink or fall to an even surface.

  102. To fall from the pitch.

  103. To depress in tone, as a musical note; especially, to lower in pitch by half a tone.

  104. To make flat; to flatten; to level.

  105. 1764, James Granger, M.D., ''The Sugar-Cane: a Poem. In Four Books. With Notes.'' Book 1, page 44, note to verse 605.

  106. (quote)
  107. To render dull, insipid, or spiritless; to depress.

  108. (RQ:Barrow Sermon)

  109. (senseid) An apartment, usually on one level and usually consisting of more than one room.

  110. 1905, Sydney Perks, ''Residential flats of all classes, including artisans' dwellings: a practical treatise on their planning and arrangement, together with chapters on their history, financial matters, etc.,with numerous illustrations'', page 204,

  111. The excellence of French flats is so well known in America, that the owner will often refer to his property as "first class French flats."
  112. {{quote-song|en

  113. 1983, Tai Ching Ling, ''Relocation and Population Planning: A Study of the Implications of Public Housing and Family Planning in Singapore'', Wilfredo F. Arce, Gabriel C. Alvarez (editors), ''Population Change in Southeast Asia'', page 184,

  114. Fifteen percent of this group said that they were not satisfied with the public housing estates and their HDBHousing & Development Board flats (see Tables 11 and 12 respectively).
  115. 2002, MIchael Ottley, ''Briefcase on Company Law'', page 76,

  116. The Greater London Council formed the Estmanco company to manage a block of 60 council-owned flats. The council entered into an agreement with the company to sell off the flats to owner-occupiers.
  117. 2014, Terry Gourvish, ''Dolphin Square: The History of a Unique Building'', page 75,

  118. When the Dolphin Square's flats were first offered to the public in 1936, the South Block was still under construction, and the North Block was a building site.
  119. To beat or strike; pound

  120. To dash or throw

  121. To dash, rush

  122. flat, (l)

  123. (l)

  124. (inflection of)

  125. level, even, smooth

  126. saucer

  127. flat, apartment

  128. flat (qualifier)

  129. spineless, being a doormat, abstaining from defending one's convictions