[flat-uh-ree] /ˈflæt ə ri/
noun, plural flatteries.
the act of .
a flattering compliment or speech; excessive, insincere praise.
[flat-ree] /ˈflæt ri/
Cape, a cape in NW Washington, on the Olympic Peninsula, at the entrance to Juan de Fuca Strait.
noun (pl) -teries
the act of flattering
excessive or insincere praise
early 14c., from Old French flaterie, from flater (see flatter).
/ˈflætɪ/ noun 1. (NZ, informal) a flounder or other flatfish
- Flat thunk
programming A software mechanism that allows a Win32 application to load and call a 16-bit DLL, or a 16-bit application to load and call a Win32 DLL. See also generic thunk, universal thunk. (1999-04-05)
/ˈflætɪz/ plural noun 1. another word for flats
[flat] /flæt/ adjective, flatter, flattest. 1. horizontally level: a flat roof. 2. level, even, or without unevenness of surface, as land or tabletops. 3. having a surface that is without marked projections or depressions: a broad, flat face. 4. lying horizontally and at full length, as a person; prostrate: He was flat on the canvas […]