flat out definition

  • adverb:
    • Informal In an immediate way; bluntly: explained the facts flat out.
    • Informal At top rate: operating flat out.
    • At top speed.
    • Bluntly, no holds banned, totally, outright.
    • Informal In a direct manner; bluntly: told me the facts flat-out.
    • Informal At top speed: working flat-out.
    • At top rate.
    • Bluntly, no keeps barred, totally, outright.
    • Informal In a primary manner; bluntly: said the reality flat-out.
    • Informal At top rate: running flat out.
    • At top rate.
    • Informal In a direct fashion; bluntly: explained the reality flat out.
    • casual At top rate: operating flat-out.
    • At top rate.
    • Bluntly, no keeps banned, totally, outright.
    • Bluntly, no keeps banned, totally, outright.
    • Informal In an immediate way; bluntly: told me the facts flat out.
    • casual At top rate: running flat-out.
    • At top speed.
    • Bluntly, no keeps banned, totally, outright.
    • Informal In a primary way; bluntly: told me the truth flat-out.
    • Informal At top rate: running flat-out.
    • At top rate.
    • Bluntly, no keeps banned, completely, outright.
    • Informal In a primary way; bluntly: told me the truth flat-out.
    • Informal In a primary manner; bluntly: explained the facts flat out.
    • Informal At top rate: operating flat-out.
    • casual At top speed: running flat out.
    • At top rate.
    • At top rate.
    • Bluntly, no holds banned, completely, outright.
    • Bluntly, no holds banned, totally, outright.
  • adjective:
    • Used other than as an idiom: see flat,‎ out.
    • Complete, complete, downright.
    • really hectic.
    • Lazy, resting.
    • Pre-owned apart from as an idiom: see flat,‎ out.
    • perfect, complete, downright.
    • extremely hectic.
    • Lazy, sleeping.
    • utilized apart from as an idiom: see flat,‎ out.
    • Complete, total, downright.
    • Very busy.
    • Lazy, resting.
    • Used other than as an idiom: see flat,‎ away.
    • perfect, total, downright.
    • really hectic.
    • Lazy, resting.
    • utilized other than as an idiom: see level,‎ out.
    • perfect, complete, downright.
    • really busy.
    • Lazy, resting.
    • Pre-owned apart from as an idiom: see level,‎ away.
    • Complete, total, downright.
    • Very hectic.
    • Lazy, resting.
    • Pre-owned besides as an idiom: see level,‎ away.
    • Pre-owned besides as an idiom: see level,‎ away.
    • Complete, complete, downright.
    • Complete, complete, downright.
    • Very hectic.
    • sluggish, sleeping.
    • extremely hectic.
    • Lazy, resting.
  • verb:
    • To fail after a promising beginning; to disappoint objectives.
    • To fail after a promising beginning; to let you down expectations.
    • To fail after a promising start; to disappoint objectives.
    • To fail after a promising beginning; to disappoint objectives.
    • To fail after a promising beginning; to disappoint expectations.
    • To fail after a promising beginning; to disappoint objectives.
    • To fail after a promising beginning; to let you down expectations.
    • To fail after a promising start; to let you down expectations.

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