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double flat a musical sign placed before a note, indicating that its pitch is to be lowered by two semitones.
flat silver eating utensils; silverware.
flat tire a tire that has become deflated through leakage, puncture, or the like.
flat-out (informal) at maximum speed or strength. [3 definitions]
flat-screen of or pertaining to a thin, flat display on a computer or television.
mud flat a tract of land that is covered at high tide and exposed at low tide.
railroad flat an apartment in which the rooms are arranged in a row resembling a line of railroad cars, with no connecting corridor or hallway.