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To praise or compliment, typically excessively or insincerely
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“He then went on to flatter them further by complimenting their car parks.”
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To show to advantage
“Try the following styles, proven to flatter your body type.”
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To compliment someone, often insincerely and sometimes to win favour
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Take pleasure in one's accomplishments or abilities
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Use flattery or coaxing in order to persuade someone to do something or give one something
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Act in an obsequious way in order to obtain someone's forgiveness or favour
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To use bland fluent talk to avoid addressing a difficult subject or situation directly
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Pay extravagant compliments
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Speak or write effusively or with exaggerated enthusiasm
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Seek as romantic partner
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Conversation that is casual or informal
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Comparative for having an even or level surface
“The painter's goal was to distill the medium to its essence, in the process rendering the viewer aware of the flat surface of the painting.”
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Comparative for lying in a horizontal position
“I was flat on the bed, unable to move.”
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Comparative for lacking in originality, variation, spirit or energy
“The fact that Cosmos is such a classic tune makes this dull, flat rendition even more of an affront.”
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Comparative for expressionless or lacking in emotion
“Her voice was emotionless and flat as she blurted out the cold, hard facts.”
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Comparative for to an absolute degree
“But with an official investigation underway, even a flat denial from head office won't still the rumors.”
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Comparative for established and not likely to experience any changes
“Brokers get a flat commission, plus a smaller annual commission.”
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Comparative for having a broad level surface but little height or depth
“The guy with the flat cap and hearing aid was standing in the door.”
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Comparative for insipid in flavor or taste
“The main course that had been served up to us tasted a little flat.”
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(of an expanse of water) Comparative for calm and without waves
“The air was hot, stale and oppressive, the sea as flat and lifeless as the dead.”
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(of shoes) Comparative for without heels or with very low heels
“Grace flounced towards the car in her lovely dress and flat sandals.”
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Comparative for lacking in enthusiasm
“I was feeling a little flat after the lack of free refreshments at the event.”
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Comparative for lacking in energy
“We were all flat from a big night out coupled with a lack of sleep.”
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(of trade, prices, etc.) Comparative for not showing much activity
“Consumer demand is flat and business bankruptcies are rising.”
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Comparative for an exact, complete or whole number or figure
“A flat dozen issues of sporting papers littered the chairs and the floors.”
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(of a battery) Comparative for having exhausted its charge
“A flat iPhone battery could spell disaster for your daily commute.”
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(of something inflated) Comparative for having lost some or all of its air, typically because of a puncture
“Unfortunately for us, our vehicle was struck down with a flat tire.”
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(of a sparkling drink) Comparative for not effervescent, or having lost its effervescence
“I sat with my parents, and began to drink some flat ginger ale while watching the TV.”
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