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flats
English - Vietnamese Dictionary
flat /flæt/
  • danh từ
    • dãy phòng (ở một tầng trong một nhà khối)
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) căn phòng, căn buồng
    • (hàng hải) ngăn, gian
    • (từ hiếm,nghĩa hiếm) tầng
    • mặt phẳng
    • miền đất phẳng
    • lòng (sông, bàn tay...)
      • the flat of the hand: lòng bàn tay
    • miền đất thấp, miền đầm lầy
    • thuyền đáy bằng
    • rổ nông, hộp nông
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (ngành đường sắt) toa trần ((cũng) flat-car)
    • (sân khấu) phần phông đã đóng khung
    • (âm nhạc) dấu giáng
    • (số nhiều) giày đề bằng
    • (từ lóng) kẻ lừa bịp
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (thông tục) lốp bẹp, lốp xì hơi
    • to join the flats
      • chắp vá lại thành một mảnh; giữ cho vẻ trước sau như một
  • tính từ
    • bằng phẳng, bẹt, tẹt
      • a flat roof: mái bằng
      • a flat nose: mũi tẹt
    • sóng soài, sóng sượt
      • to knock somebody flat: đánh ai ngã sóng soài
    • nhãn
    • cùng, đồng (màu)
    • nông
      • a flat dish: đĩa nông
    • hoàn toàn, thẳng, thẳng thừng, dứt khoát
      • flat nonsense: điều hoàn toàn vô nghĩa
      • a flat denial: sự từ chối dứt khoát
      • and that's flat!: dứt khoát là như vậy!
    • nhạt, tẻ nhạt, vô duyên; hả (rượu...)
      • a flat joke: câu đùa vô duyên
      • flat beer: bia hả
    • ế ẩm
      • market is flat: chợ búa ế ẩm
    • không thay đổi, không lên xuống, đứng im (giá cả...)
    • bẹp, xì hơi (lốp xe)
    • bải hoải, buồn nản
    • (thông tục) không một xu dính túi, kiết xác
    • (âm nhạc) giáng
    • phó từ
      • bằng, phẳng, bẹt
      • sóng sượt, sóng soài
        • to fall flat: ngã sóng soài
      • (nghĩa bóng) hoàn toàn thất bại
        • to lie flat: nằm sóng soài
      • hoàn toàn; thẳng, thẳng thừng, dứt khoát
        • to go flat against orders: hoàn toàn làm trái với mệnh lệnh
      • to tell somebody flat that
        • nói thẳng với ai rằng
      • đúng
        • to run the hundred-yard dush in ten seconds flat: chạy 100 iat đúng mười giây
      • (âm nhạc) theo dấu giáng
      • ngoại động từ
        • làm bẹt, dát mỏng
      Concise Dictionary
      flatted|flatting|flatter|flattest|flatsflæt
      noun
      +a level tract of land
      +a shallow box in which seedlings are started
      +a musical notation indicating one half step lower than the note named
      +freight car without permanent sides or roof
      +a deflated pneumatic tire
      +scenery consisting of a wooden frame covered with painted canvas; part of a stage setting
      +a suite of rooms usually on one floor of an apartment house
      adj.
      +having a surface without slope, tilt in which no part is higher or lower than another
      +having a relatively broad surface in relation to depth or thickness
      +not modified or restricted by reservations
      +stretched out and lying at full length along the ground
      +lacking contrast or shading between tones
      +lowered in pitch by one chromatic semitone
      +flattened laterally along the whole length (e.g., certain leafstalks or flatfishes)
      +lacking taste or flavor or tang
      +lacking stimulating characteristics; uninteresting
      +having lost effervescence
      +(of taxes) not increasing as the amount taxed increases
      +sounded or spoken in a tone unvarying in pitch
      +horizontally level
      +lacking the expected range or depth; not designed to give an illusion or depth
      +(of a tire) completely or partially deflated
      +not reflecting light; not glossy
      +commercially inactive
      adv.
      +with flat sails
      +in a forthright manner; candidly or frankly

      Thesaurus Dictionary
      adj.
      1 level, horizontal, even, smooth, plane, unbroken, uninterrupted:
      I looked out over the flat surface of the frozen bay.
      2 prostrate, prone, supine, lying (down), stretched out, recumbent, outstretched, reclining, spread-eagle(d), spread out, outspread:
      I lay flat on my back staring up at the sky.
      3 collapsed, levelled, overthrown, laid low:
      The air raid had left all the buildings completely flat.
      4 downright, outright, unqualified, unreserved, unconditional, absolute, categorical, explicit, unconditional, definite, firm, positive, out-and-out, unequivocal, peremptory, unambiguous, unmistakable, direct, complete, total:
      The request for clemency was met with the judge's flat refusal.
      5 featureless, monotonous, dull, dead, uninteresting, unexciting, vapid, bland, empty, two-dimensional, insipid, boring, tiresome, lifeless, spiritless, lacklustre, prosaic, stale, tired, dry, jejune:
      The critics wrote that she turned in a very flat performance.
      6 deflated, collapsed, punctured, ruptured, blown out:
      We had a flat tyre on the way.
      7 unchangeable, unchanging, invariable, unvaried, unvarying, standard, fixed, unmodified, unmodifiable, Colloq US cookie-cutter:
      They charge the same flat rate for children, the elderly, and all between.
      8 dead, insipid, stale, tasteless, flavourless, unpalatable; decarbonated, non-effervescent:
      My beer has gone flat.
      9 exact, precise:
      It's a flat ten minutes from here to the railway station.
      10 definite, certain, sure, irrevocable:
      I said I'm not going, and that's flat.
      11 dull, slow, sluggish, inactive, depressed:
      Business has been a bit flat since Christmas.
      12 dull, mat or matt or matte, unshiny, non-gloss(y), non-reflective, non-glare, unpolished:
      The table looks better with a flat finish.
      13 lacking perspective, two-dimensional, lifeless, unrealistic:
      Some of his paintings seem pretty flat to me.
      n.
      14 Often, flats.
      (a) US low shoes, loafers, sandals, Colloq flatties:
      Cynthia said that wearing flats makes her feet hurt.
      (b) lowland(s), plain(s), tundra, steppe(s), prairie(s), savannah or savanna, heath, moor, pampas; mud-flat(s); shallow(s), shoal, strand; marsh, bog, fen, swamp:
      Before us was a large flat of barren ground.
      15 rooms, suite, apartment:
      How can you afford to keep a flat in London?
      adv.
      16 absolutely, completely, categorically, utterly, wholly, uncompromisingly, irrevocably, positively, definitely, directly; exactly, precisely, flatly:
      He has come out flat in favour of the status quo. When he started drinking, she left him flat.
      17 flat out.
      (a) at maximum or top or full or breakneck speed, speedily, quickly, apace, on the run, rapidly, swiftly, at full speed or gallop, post-haste, hell for leather, like a bat out of hell, like a shot, like (greased) lightning, like the wind:
      Someone shouted 'Fire!' and we headed flat out for the exits.
      (b) flatly, unhesitatingly, directly, at once, immediately, forthwith, without delay; plainly, openly, baldly, brazenly, brashly:
      He asked to borrow some money and she told him 'No', flat out.
      n.
      18 room(s), flat, suite (of rooms), chambers, tenement; garden flat, maisonette, penthouse, studio, Brit bedsitter, bedsit; accommodation, living quarters, Colloq Brit digs, US and Canadian apartment, furnished room, walk-up, duplex, triplex, garden apartment:
      We rented a two-bedroom flat in a good neighbourhood.
      Advanced English Dictionary
      (also flats)
      + noun
      [pl.] (informal) shoes with a very low heel: a pair of flatties


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