smooth and level; not rounded or lumpy
(of an amount of money, a charge, etc.) fixed; not variable
(of a tyre) without enough air in it
dull and lifeless
not very thick or high
a set of rooms in a building, especially on one floor, including a kitchen and bathroom; apartment
in or into a flat or level position
complete; firm; with no more argument
"the salt flats of Utah"
"a flat desk"
"acres of level farmland"
"a plane surface"
"skirts sewn with fine flat seams"
"flat computer monitors"
"a categorical denial"
"a flat refusal"
"found himself lying flat on the floor"
"a bland diet"
"insipid hospital food"
"flavorless supermarket tomatoes"
"a bland little drama"
"a flat joke"
"a flat cola"
"the owl's faint monotonous hooting"
"a flat roof"
"a film with two-dimensional characters"
"a flat two-dimensional painting"
"flat wall paint"
"a photograph with a matte finish"
"flat sales for the month"
"prices remained flat"
"a flat market"
"sail flat against the wind"
"he didn't answer directly"
"told me straight out"
"came out flat for less work and more pay"
Till of this flat a mountain you have made.
出自：Hamlet , Shakespeare
The river widens away before us; the flats are green on either side.
出自： A. B. Edwards
In India..all buildings of any importance have flat roofs.
出自： J. Gwilt
She hath..flatted their strongest Forts.
出自： O. Feltham
The thief took all my money and left me flat.
误 She asked for help in determining where to hang the picture into her new flat.
正 She asked for help in determining where to hang the picture in her new flat.