flatting definition

  • noun:
    • The training of residing, with others, in a-flat.
    • The training of residing, with others, in an appartment.
    • The practice of living, with other people, in a set.
    • A type of paint that dries with a set (matt) finish; a coating of such paint.
    • A type of paint that dries with a set (matt) finish; a coating of such paint.
    • The process of using a coating of flatting paint.
    • A type of paint that dries with a flat (matt) finish; a coating of these paint.
    • The process of using a coating of flatting paint.
    • a set section of some thing, a flattening.
    • A-flat part of one thing, a flattening.
    • The process of becoming flat.
    • the entire process of getting level.
    • The process of causing one thing to be flat; the process of flattening some thing.
    • an example of a musical note becoming flatter than intended.
    • The process of causing anything to become flat; the entire process of flattening anything.
    • a case of a musical note becoming flatter than intended.
    • A method of preserving gilding unburnished, by touching with size.
    • The process of developing material into sheets by passing it between rollers.
    • a way of protecting gilding unburnished, by coming in contact with with size.
    • The process of developing material into sheets by passing it between rollers.
    • the procedure or operation of creating level, as a cylinder of glass by starting it out.
    • A mode of artwork,in that your paint, being mixed with turpentine, makes the task without gloss.
    • the method or procedure of making flat, as a cylinder of glass by opening it out.
    • The process of applying a coating of flatting paint.
    • A method of protecting gilding unburnished, by holding with size.
    • the entire process of forming steel into sheets by-passing it between rolls.
    • A flat element of something, a flattening.
    • A mode of artwork,in which the paint, becoming combined with turpentine, departs the task without gloss.
    • a technique of preserving unburnished gilding, by holding it with dimensions; in addition, the finish of size laid across gilding.
    • the entire process of becoming level.
    • A method of protecting gilding unburnished, by pressing with size.
    • A mode of house-painting where paint, from blend with turpentine, will leave the job level or without gloss.
    • the entire process of causing something to be flat; the entire process of flattening some thing.
    • the entire process of creating steel into sheets by-passing it between moves.
    • The rolling regarding steel into sheets because of the pressure of moves or cylinders.
    • a case of a musical note being flatter than meant.
    • a way of keeping unburnished gilding, by coming in contact with it with dimensions; also, the finish of dimensions laid over the gilding.
    • A mode of house-painting where paint, from combination with turpentine, will leave the task level or without gloss.
    • In fabric production, a technique of dressing shaved hides.
    • a technique of protecting gilding unburnished, by coming in contact with with dimensions.
    • The rolling off metal into sheets because of the force of rolls or cylinders.
    • In sheet-glass manuf., the procedure of flattening.
    • The process of creating metal into sheets by-passing it between rollers.
    • In fabric manufacturing, a method of dressing shaved hides.
    • In music, the work of depressing a tone below a real or offered pitch.
    • In sheet-glass manuf., the operation of flattening.
    • the procedure or procedure of creating level, as a cylinder of glass by opening it.
    • A mode of artwork,in that your paint, being blended with turpentine, leaves the work without gloss.
    • a technique of protecting gilding unburnished, by coming in contact with with size.
    • The process of forming material into sheets by-passing it between moves.
    • A method of protecting unburnished gilding, by coming in contact with it with dimensions; additionally, the layer of size set on the gilding.
    • A mode of house-painting in which the paint, from combination with turpentine, renders the job flat or without gloss.
    • The moving from metal into sheets because of the force of rolls or cylinders.
    • In leather production, a method of dressing shaved hides.
    • In sheet-glass manuf., the operation of flattening.
    • In songs, the work of depressing a tone below a genuine or provided pitch.
    • In music, the act of depressing a tone below a true or offered pitch.
    • The rehearse of living, with others, in an appartment.
    • The practice of living, with other people, in a flat.
    • a form of paint that dries with a set (matt) finish; a coating of such paint.
    • A type of paint that dries with a set (matt) finish; a coating of these paint.
    • The process of using a coating of flatting paint.
    • a set element of something, a flattening.
    • the entire process of getting level.
    • The process of causing some thing to become level; the process of flattening some thing.
    • An instance of a musical note becoming flatter than meant.
    • a way of keeping gilding unburnished, by touching with size.
    • The rehearse of living, with others, in a-flat.
    • A type of paint that dries with a flat (matt) finish; a coating of these paint.
    • the entire process of applying a coating of flatting paint.
    • The practice of residing, with others, in a set.
    • the entire process of forming metal into sheets by passing it between rollers.
    • The practice of residing, with other people, in a flat.
    • The process of applying a coating of flatting paint.
    • an appartment element of one thing, a flattening.
    • The practice of residing, with other people, in an appartment.
    • The training of living, with other people, in an appartment.
    • The practice of residing, with others, in a-flat.
    • a kind of paint that dries with an appartment (matt) finish; a coating of these paint.
    • A type of paint that dries with a set (matt) finish; a coating of such paint.
    • A type of paint that dries with a set (matt) finish; a coating of such paint.
    • the method or operation of earning level, as a cylinder of cup by opening it out.
    • A type of paint that dries with a-flat (matt) finish; a coating of such paint.
    • a set element of anything, a flattening.
    • The process of becoming level.
    • the entire process of applying a coating of flatting paint.
    • The process of applying a coating of flatting paint.
    • a kind of paint that dries with an appartment (matt) finish; a coating of such paint.
    • the entire process of using a coating of flatting paint.
    • the entire process of becoming level.
    • The process of causing some thing to be flat; the entire process of flattening anything.
    • the entire process of applying a coating of flatting paint.
    • A mode of artwork,in which the paint, becoming blended with turpentine, actually leaves the task without gloss.
    • the entire process of using a coating of flatting paint.
    • an appartment part of one thing, a flattening.
    • an appartment element of some thing, a flattening.
    • A flat section of one thing, a flattening.
    • A-flat section of one thing, a flattening.
    • the entire process of causing one thing in order to become level; the entire process of flattening one thing.
    • a technique of protecting gilding unburnished, by pressing with size.
    • a case of a musical note becoming flatter than intended.
    • The process of becoming level.
    • a set element of anything, a flattening.
    • the entire process of getting flat.
    • The process of getting flat.
    • an example of a musical note being flatter than intended.
    • The process of creating material into sheets by-passing it between rolls.
    • The process of becoming flat.
    • the entire process of causing something to become flat; the process of flattening something.
    • the entire process of causing one thing in order to become flat; the entire process of flattening one thing.
    • The process of causing some thing to be flat; the process of flattening anything.
    • the entire process of becoming level.
    • a technique of protecting gilding unburnished, by pressing with dimensions.
    • a way of keeping gilding unburnished, by touching with dimensions.
    • a way of preserving unburnished gilding, by touching it with dimensions; in addition, the layer of size set over the gilding.
    • the entire process of causing some thing to become level; the entire process of flattening something.
    • An instance of a musical note becoming flatter than intended.
    • the entire process of creating steel into sheets by-passing it between rollers.
    • An instance of a musical note becoming flatter than meant.
    • A mode of house-painting where the paint, from mixture with turpentine, will leave the work level or without gloss.
    • The process of forming metal into sheets by-passing it between rollers.
    • The process of causing anything to be level; the process of flattening one thing.
    • An instance of a musical note becoming flatter than intended.
    • an approach of keeping gilding unburnished, by holding with dimensions.
    • An instance of a musical note being flatter than intended.
    • a technique of preserving gilding unburnished, by holding with dimensions.
    • The rolling out of steel into sheets by the pressure of rolls or cylinders.
    • A method of preserving gilding unburnished, by pressing with dimensions.
    • an example of a musical note being flatter than intended.
    • a way of keeping gilding unburnished, by coming in contact with with dimensions.
    • The process of forming steel into sheets by passing it between rollers.
    • the procedure or procedure of creating level, as a cylinder of cup by starting it.
    • the entire process of developing steel into sheets by-passing it between rollers.
    • In leather production, a method of dressing shaved hides.
    • the procedure or operation of creating level, as a cylinder of cup by starting it out.
    • In sheet-glass manuf., the procedure of flattening.
    • the entire process of creating metal into sheets by-passing it between rollers.
    • A mode of artwork,in that your paint, being blended with turpentine, departs the task without gloss.
    • A mode of painting,in that the paint, becoming combined with turpentine, departs the work without gloss.
    • The process of creating steel into sheets by passing it between rollers.
    • an approach of preserving gilding unburnished, by touching with dimensions.
    • the procedure or operation of earning flat, as a cylinder of glass by starting it out.
    • the method or procedure of making level, as a cylinder of glass by opening it out.
    • a technique of protecting gilding unburnished, by pressing with dimensions.
    • a way of protecting gilding unburnished, by coming in contact with with dimensions.
    • In music, the work of depressing a tone below a real or given pitch.
    • A mode of artwork,in that your paint, becoming mixed with turpentine, renders the work without gloss.
    • the entire process of creating metal into sheets by-passing it between rollers.
    • A mode of artwork,in which the paint, becoming mixed with turpentine, simply leaves the job without gloss.
    • The process of creating material into sheets by passing it between moves.
    • The process of developing material into sheets by passing it between moves.
    • the method or procedure of earning flat, as a cylinder of glass by starting it out.
    • The process or procedure of making flat, as a cylinder of cup by opening it out.
    • an approach of keeping gilding unburnished, by touching with size.
    • A method of protecting unburnished gilding, by pressing it with size; also, the finish of size laid across gilding.
    • an approach of keeping unburnished gilding, by holding it with size; in addition, the coating of dimensions set across gilding.
    • the procedure or procedure of making flat, as a cylinder of glass by starting it out.
    • A mode of artwork,in that your paint, becoming combined with turpentine, actually leaves the job without gloss.
    • a technique of protecting gilding unburnished, by coming in contact with with dimensions.
    • The process of creating metal into sheets by passing it between rolls.
    • A mode of house-painting when the paint, from combination with turpentine, departs the work flat or without gloss.
    • A mode of painting,in which the paint, being combined with turpentine, actually leaves the job without gloss.
    • an approach of preserving gilding unburnished, by touching with size.
    • the entire process of creating steel into sheets by passing it between rolls.
    • A mode of house-painting in which the paint, from combination with turpentine, will leave the work flat or without gloss.
    • a way of protecting unburnished gilding, by pressing it with size; in addition, the finish of dimensions laid on the gilding.
    • A method of preserving gilding unburnished, by pressing with size.
    • The moving out-of steel into sheets by the stress of rolls or cylinders.
    • the entire process of developing steel into sheets by passing it between moves.
    • a technique of preserving unburnished gilding, by pressing it with size; also, the layer of dimensions set over the gilding.
    • A mode of painting,in that your paint, becoming mixed with turpentine, makes the work without gloss.
    • In leather production, a way of dressing shaved hides.
    • A mode of house-painting in which the paint, from combination with turpentine, renders the work level or without gloss.
    • a way of keeping unburnished gilding, by holding it with dimensions; also, the coating of dimensions set on the gilding.
    • A mode of house-painting when the paint, from mixture with turpentine, actually leaves the job flat or without gloss.
    • the entire process of forming steel into sheets by passing it between moves.
    • In sheet-glass manuf., the operation of flattening.
    • The rolling out of metal into sheets by the pressure of rolls or cylinders.
    • A mode of house-painting where the paint, from combination with turpentine, makes the work level or without gloss.
    • an approach of preserving unburnished gilding, by pressing it with dimensions; additionally, the coating of dimensions set on the gilding.
    • The moving out of material into sheets by the pressure of rolls or cylinders.
    • In songs, the work of depressing a tone below a genuine or given pitch.
    • a technique of preserving gilding unburnished, by coming in contact with with dimensions.
    • The moving off metal into sheets because of the pressure of rolls or cylinders.
    • In fabric manufacturing, a method of dressing shaved hides.
    • A mode of house-painting where the paint, from mixture with turpentine, will leave the work flat or without gloss.
    • In leather-based production, a technique of dressing shaved hides.
    • the entire process of creating steel into sheets by-passing it between rolls.
    • In leather manufacturing, a way of dressing shaved hides.
    • The moving regarding material into sheets by the force of rolls or cylinders.
    • In sheet-glass manuf., the procedure of flattening.
    • The moving from material into sheets by the stress of rolls or cylinders.
    • In fabric production, a way of dressing shaved hides.
    • A method of protecting unburnished gilding, by holding it with dimensions; also, the coating of dimensions laid within the gilding.
    • In leather-based production, an approach of dressing shaved hides.
    • In music, the act of depressing a tone below a true or provided pitch.
    • In sheet-glass manuf., the operation of flattening.
    • A mode of house-painting where paint, from mixture with turpentine, renders the task flat or without gloss.
    • In sheet-glass manuf., the operation of flattening.
    • In sheet-glass manuf., the operation of flattening.
    • In songs, the work of depressing a tone below a genuine or given pitch.
    • In songs, the act of depressing a tone below a true or provided pitch.
    • In music, the work of depressing a tone below a real or offered pitch.
    • The moving from steel into sheets by the stress of moves or cylinders.
    • In fabric production, a way of dressing shaved hides.
    • In sheet-glass manuf., the procedure of flattening.
    • In songs, the act of depressing a tone below a genuine or offered pitch.
    • In sheet-glass manuf., the procedure of flattening.
    • In songs, the act of depressing a tone below a true or provided pitch.
  • verb:
    • Present participle of level.
    • provide participle of flat.
    • provide participle of flat.
    • provide participle of flat.
    • Present participle of flat.
    • provide participle of flat.
    • Present participle of level.
    • Present participle of level.
    • Present participle of flat.
    • Present participle of flat.
    • Present participle of flat.

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