a type of optical scanner having a flat, stationary surface on which a page is scanned by a moving head.
a computer-controlled device which electronically scans images placed on its flat plate, allowing them to be stored in digital form
[flat-boht] /ˈflætˌboʊt/ noun 1. a large, flat-bottomed for use in shallow water, especially on rivers. /ˈflætˌbəʊt/ noun 1. any boat with a flat bottom, usually for transporting goods on a canal or river n. 1650s, from flat (adj.) + boat (n.).
noun 1. a bond that is traded without accrued interest as part of the price.
[flat-bot-uh md] /ˈflætˈbɒt əmd/ adjective 1. (of boats) having a flat bottom.
- Flat bone
flat bone n. A bone having a thin, flattened shape, as the scapula.