flatten definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to help make level or flatter.
    • To knock-down; lay low: The boxer was flattened with one punch.
    • to lessen to a much surface or one approaching evenness; to help make flat; to amount; to produce plane.
    • To put down; to carry into the surface; to prostrate; therefore, to depress; to deject; to dispirit.
    • which will make vapid or insipid; to render stale.
    • to reduce the pitch of; resulting in to sound less razor-sharp; to allow fall through the pitch.
    • In order to make flat or flatter.
    • To knock-down; lay reduced: The boxer ended up being flattened with one punch.
    • to cut back to a much area or one approaching evenness; to create flat; to amount; to create jet.
    • To throw down; to create to your ground; to prostrate; ergo, to depress; to deject; to dispirit.
    • In order to make vapid or insipid; to render stale.
    • to lessen the pitch of; resulting in to sound less sharp; to allow fall from pitch.
    • to create flat or flatter.
    • To knock down; lay low: The boxer had been flattened with one punch.
    • To make level or flatter.
    • To reduce to an even surface or one approaching evenness; to produce level; to degree; to create plane.
    • To throw down; to carry to the surface; to prostrate; for this reason, to depress; to deject; to dispirit.
    • To knock-down; lay reasonable: The boxer had been flattened with one punch.
    • In order to make vapid or insipid; to render stale.
    • to lessen the pitch of; to cause to sound less razor-sharp; to allow fall from the pitch.
    • to create level or flatter.
    • In order to make level or flatter.
    • To knock down; lay reasonable: The boxer was flattened with one punch.
    • To knock down; lay low: The boxer was flattened with one punch.
    • to lessen to a much area or one approaching evenness; to produce level; to degree; to help make airplane.
    • To throw down; to carry on surface; to prostrate; hence, to depress; to deject; to dispirit.
    • to help make vapid or insipid; to make stale.
    • to lessen the pitch of; resulting in to sound less sharp; to allow fall from pitch.
    • to lessen to a level area or one approaching evenness; which will make level; to amount; to help make airplane.
    • To throw down; to bring toward floor; to prostrate; ergo, to depress; to deject; to dispirit.
    • to lessen to a straight surface or one approaching evenness; to produce level; to amount; in order to make airplane.
    • to help make vapid or insipid; to make stale.
    • To put down; to bring into the ground; to prostrate; therefore, to depress; to deject; to dispirit.
    • To make vapid or insipid; to make stale.
    • To lower the pitch of; resulting in to sound less razor-sharp; to allow autumn from the pitch.
    • which will make flat or flatter.
    • to reduce the pitch of; to cause to seem less razor-sharp; to let fall from pitch.
    • To knock-down; lay low: The boxer ended up being flattened with one punch.
    • to help make level or flatter.
    • To knock down; lay reduced: The boxer ended up being flattened with one punch.
    • to create flat or flatter.
    • To knock-down; lay reasonable: The boxer ended up being flattened with one punch.
    • to cut back to a straight surface or one approaching evenness; to create level; to level; to produce jet.
    • To toss down; to bring towards the ground; to prostrate; hence, to depress; to deject; to dispirit.
    • to produce vapid or insipid; to make stale.
    • to lessen the pitch of; to cause to appear less sharp; to allow fall through the pitch.
    • to lessen to a level area or one approaching evenness; which will make level; to level; to create jet.
    • To throw down; to carry to your ground; to prostrate; for this reason, to depress; to deject; to dispirit.
    • to cut back to a level surface or one approaching evenness; to create level; to level; to make jet.
    • To make flat or flatter.
    • to produce vapid or insipid; to make stale.
    • which will make level or flatter.
    • To put down; to create into the surface; to prostrate; ergo, to depress; to deject; to dispirit.
    • To knock-down; lay reduced: The boxer ended up being flattened with one punch.
    • to lessen the pitch of; resulting in to appear less sharp; to let fall through the pitch.
    • To knock down; lay reduced: The boxer was flattened with one punch.
    • In order to make vapid or insipid; to render stale.
    • to reduce the pitch of; resulting in to sound less sharp; to let autumn from pitch.
    • to cut back to a much area or one approaching evenness; which will make flat; to level; to help make plane.
    • To throw down; to bring on surface; to prostrate; hence, to depress; to deject; to dispirit.
    • to cut back to a much surface or one approaching evenness; which will make level; to amount; to produce airplane.
    • To throw down; to create towards floor; to prostrate; hence, to depress; to deject; to dispirit.
    • to create vapid or insipid; to render stale.
    • To make vapid or insipid; to render stale.
    • to reduce the pitch of; to cause to sound less razor-sharp; to let autumn through the pitch.
    • to reduce the pitch of; resulting in to seem less sharp; to let autumn from the pitch.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • In order to become level or flatter.
    • In order to become or develop flat, also, despondent, lifeless, vapid, spiritless, or depressed below pitch.
    • In order to become level or flatter.
    • In order to become or grow flat, also, despondent, lifeless, vapid, spiritless, or depressed below pitch.
    • In order to become flat or flatter.
    • To become level or flatter.
    • In order to become or develop level, also, despondent, lifeless, vapid, spiritless, or depressed below pitch.
    • In order to become flat or flatter.
    • to be flat or flatter.
    • In order to become or grow flat, also, depressed, dull, vapid, spiritless, or depressed below pitch.
    • to be or develop flat, also, despondent, dull, vapid, spiritless, or depressed below pitch.
    • to be or develop flat, even, despondent, dull, vapid, spiritless, or depressed below pitch.
    • To become level or flatter.
    • To become level or flatter.
    • to be level or flatter.
    • In order to become or grow level, even, despondent, dull, vapid, spiritless, or depressed below pitch.
    • In order to become or grow level, also, despondent, dull, vapid, spiritless, or depressed below pitch.
    • to be flat or flatter.
    • to be flat or flatter.
    • In order to become or grow flat, also, depressed, dull, vapid, spiritless, or depressed below pitch.
    • In order to become or grow level, also, depressed, dull, vapid, spiritless, or depressed below pitch.
    • To become or grow level, also, depressed, lifeless, vapid, spiritless, or depressed below pitch.
  • verb:
    • In order to make anything flat or flatter.
    • To push one's body tightly against a surface, such a wall or floor, especially in order in order to avoid being seen or damaged.
    • To knock-down or lay reasonable.
    • to be flat or flatter.
    • to-be knocked-down or laid reduced.
    • to reduce by a semitone.
    • reduced the pitch of (music records)
    • make flat or flatter
    • become level or flatter
    • to produce some thing flat or flatter.
    • To push the body tightly against a surface, such a wall or flooring, particularly in order in order to prevent being seen or damaged.
    • To knock-down or put low.
    • In order to become level or flatter.
    • is knocked down or set reasonable.
    • To lower by a semitone.
    • lower the pitch of (music notes)
    • make level or flatter
    • become flat or flatter
    • to produce anything level or flatter.
    • To hit one's body firmly against a surface, such as for instance a wall or floor, especially in order to prevent becoming seen or harmed.
    • To knock down or put low.
    • In order to become level or flatter.
    • To be knocked down or laid reasonable.
    • to reduce by a semitone.
    • which will make some thing level or flatter.
    • To push one's body tightly against a surface, such a wall or floor, especially in order to avoid becoming seen or harmed.
    • To knock down or set reduced.
    • to be level or flatter.
    • To be knocked-down or set reasonable.
    • To make one thing flat or flatter.
    • to reduce by a semitone.
    • In order to make some thing level or flatter.
    • To hit the body firmly against a surface, eg a wall or floor, particularly in order in order to avoid becoming seen or harmed.
    • To knock down or lay reduced.
    • To hit one's body tightly against a surface, such as a wall or floor, particularly in purchase to avoid being seen or harmed.
    • In order to become level or flatter.
    • To knock down or put reduced.
    • To be knocked-down or laid reduced.
    • To become flat or flatter.
    • to reduce by a semitone.
    • becoming knocked-down or laid reasonable.
    • to lessen by a semitone.
    • lower the pitch of (musical records)
    • make level or flatter
    • become flat or flatter
    • To make anything flat or flatter.
    • To hit your body tightly against a surface, such as for example a wall or floor, particularly in purchase to avoid becoming seen or harmed.
    • reduced the pitch of (musical notes)
    • make level or flatter
    • To knock down or set reduced.
    • come to be level or flatter
    • To become flat or flatter.
    • to produce some thing flat or flatter.
    • To hit the body securely against a surface, such as for instance a wall or flooring, especially in order in order to avoid being seen or harmed.
    • become knocked down or set low.
    • to reduce by a semitone.
    • which will make anything flat or flatter.
    • To knock-down or lay low.
    • In order to become flat or flatter.
    • To hit the body firmly against a surface, eg a wall or floor, particularly in purchase to avoid becoming seen or damaged.
    • reduced the pitch of (music notes)
    • To knock down or lay reasonable.
    • is knocked-down or set low.
    • reduced the pitch of (music notes)
    • In order to become flat or flatter.
    • To lower by a semitone.
    • become knocked-down or set low.
    • to reduce by a semitone.
    • make flat or flatter
    • make flat or flatter
    • come to be level or flatter
    • become level or flatter
    • In order to make one thing flat or flatter.
    • to help make one thing level or flatter.
    • To press one's body firmly against a surface, like a wall or flooring, especially in purchase in order to avoid being seen or damaged.
    • To push one's body tightly against a surface, including a wall or floor, especially in purchase in order to avoid becoming seen or harmed.
    • To knock down or put reasonable.
    • To knock-down or set reasonable.
    • In order to become level or flatter.
    • To become flat or flatter.
    • becoming knocked down or set reduced.
    • to lessen by a semitone.
    • becoming knocked-down or set reduced.
    • To lower by a semitone.
    • lower the pitch of (music notes)
    • make flat or flatter
    • become level or flatter
    • reduced the pitch of (musical records)
    • make level or flatter
    • become flat or flatter
    • reduced the pitch of (music notes)
    • make flat or flatter
    • become level or flatter
    • reduced the pitch of (musical notes)
    • make flat or flatter
    • become level or flatter
    • reduced the pitch of (music records)
    • make flat or flatter
    • become flat or flatter
  • others:
    • to create level; decrease to an equal or even surface; amount.
    • To set flat; bring to the ground; prostrate.
    • to produce vapid or insipid; render stale.
    • In music, identical to flat, 4.
    • To deaden or rob of luster, as a pigment; bring to a smooth area and sometimes even tint, without relief or gradation.
    • In optics, to free of curvature or distortion, while the lines of an image projected by a lens.
    • to be flat; grow or become even on top.
    • To become stale, vapid, or tasteless.
    • In songs, identical to flat, 3.
    • Flat; silly.
    • which will make flat; reduce to an equal if not surface; degree.
    • To put flat; bring to the bottom; prostrate.
    • to produce vapid or insipid; render stale.
    • In songs, same as flat, 4.
    • To deaden or deprive of luster, as a pigment; provide a smooth surface and sometimes even tint, without relief or gradation.
    • In optics, to free of curvature or distortion, while the lines of a picture projected by a lens.
    • In order to become flat; grow or come to be even at first glance.
    • To become stale, vapid, or tasteless.
    • In music, identical to flat, 3.
    • Flat; foolish.
    • In order to make level; decrease to the same and even area; level.
    • To set flat; bring to the floor; prostrate.
    • In order to make vapid or insipid; render stale.
    • In songs, just like flat, 4.
    • To deaden or deprive of luster, as a pigment; provide a smooth area and/or tint, without relief or gradation.
    • In optics, to free of curvature or distortion, due to the fact lines of a picture projected by a lens.
    • In order to become flat; grow or come to be even on top.
    • To become stale, vapid, or tasteless.
    • In songs, same as level, 3.
    • to create level; reduce to the same or area; amount.
    • Flat; silly.
    • To set flat; bring to the bottom; prostrate.
    • To make vapid or insipid; render stale.
    • In songs, identical to level, 4.
    • To deaden or deprive of luster, as a pigment; bring to a smooth surface and even tint, without relief or gradation.
    • to help make flat; decrease to an equal as well as surface; degree.
    • In optics, to clear of curvature or distortion, because the lines of an image projected by a lens.
    • to produce flat; lower to an equal or even surface; level.
    • to be level; grow or become also on top.
    • To lay flat; bring to the floor; prostrate.
    • To put flat; provide the bottom; prostrate.
    • To become stale, vapid, or tasteless.
    • To make vapid or insipid; render stale.
    • To make vapid or insipid; render stale.
    • In music, same as flat, 4.
    • In songs, same as flat, 3.
    • In music, same as flat, 4.
    • To deaden or rob of luster, as a pigment; provide a smooth surface and even tint, without relief or gradation.
    • Flat; foolish.
    • To deaden or rob of luster, as a pigment; provide a smooth surface as well as tint, without relief or gradation.
    • In optics, to free from curvature or distortion, as the outlines of an image projected by a lens.
    • In optics, to free from curvature or distortion, given that lines of a picture projected by a lens.
    • to be level; grow or come to be also at first glance.
    • to be flat; grow or be also on top.
    • In order to become stale, vapid, or tasteless.
    • In order to become stale, vapid, or tasteless.
    • In music, identical to level, 3.
    • In songs, same as flat, 3.
    • Flat; foolish.
    • Flat; silly.
    • to help make level; decrease to the same as well as surface; degree.
    • To lay level; provide the floor; prostrate.
    • which will make level; lower to the same or even surface; amount.
    • to produce vapid or insipid; render stale.
    • To lay level; provide the bottom; prostrate.
    • In songs, same as flat, 4.
    • to help make vapid or insipid; render stale.
    • To deaden or rob of luster, as a pigment; provide a smooth surface and on occasion even tint, without relief or gradation.
    • to create level; lower to the same and even surface; level.
    • In optics, to without curvature or distortion, given that lines of a graphic projected by a lens.
    • To lay flat; provide the bottom; prostrate.
    • In music, just like flat, 4.
    • To make vapid or insipid; render stale.
    • In order to become flat; grow or be even on top.
    • In order to become stale, vapid, or tasteless.
    • In songs, same as level, 4.
    • In music, same as level, 3.
    • To deaden or deprive of luster, as a pigment; provide a smooth area or tint, without relief or gradation.
    • Flat; foolish.
    • To deaden or deprive of luster, as a pigment; bring to a smooth area and/or tint, without relief or gradation.
    • In optics, to free from curvature or distortion, whilst the lines of a graphic projected by a lens.
    • To become level; grow or come to be even on the surface.
    • In optics, to free from curvature or distortion, while the lines of a graphic projected by a lens.
    • In order to become stale, vapid, or tasteless.
    • To become flat; develop or become also at first glance.
    • In music, identical to flat, 3.
    • Flat; foolish.
    • To make flat; decrease to an equal if not surface; level.
    • to be stale, vapid, or tasteless.
    • To lay level; provide the floor; prostrate.
    • In songs, same as level, 3.
    • to produce vapid or insipid; render stale.
    • Flat; silly.
    • to produce level; decrease to an equal if not surface; degree.
    • To lay level; provide the floor; prostrate.
    • In songs, identical to level, 4.
    • to produce vapid or insipid; render stale.
    • To deaden or deprive of luster, as a pigment; provide a smooth surface and on occasion even tint, without relief or gradation.
    • In optics, to without curvature or distortion, as the lines of an image projected by a lens.
    • to be flat; grow or come to be also at first glance.
    • to be stale, vapid, or tasteless.
    • In music, identical to flat, 3.
    • Flat; silly.
    • In songs, just like flat, 4.
    • To deaden or deprive of luster, as a pigment; provide a smooth surface as well as tint, without relief or gradation.
    • In optics, to free of curvature or distortion, because the outlines of a graphic projected by a lens.
    • to be level; develop or be even on top.
    • In order to become stale, vapid, or tasteless.
    • In music, identical to flat, 3.
    • Flat; foolish.

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