• and that's flat
  • ((略式))(拒否などの念を押して)本気で言っているんだ
  • flat fares
  • 均一料金
  • flat out for ...
  • …がほしくて
  • go flat against ...
  • …に断固反対する;((英略式))…を無視する,…に従わない
  • in 5 seconds flat
  • ぴったり5秒で
  • in a flat tone
  • 抑揚のない調子で
  • live in a one-bedroom flat
  • ワンベッドルームのフラットに住む
  • the flat beer left in cans
  • 缶に残った気の抜けたビール
  • Accessible to canoers and kayakers of all skill levels, the slough is essentially flat.
  • Wikipedia: Columbia Slough
  • Additionally, if a colossus' limb was currently horizontal, Kaido wanted the player to be able to run across the limb as though it were any other flat surface.
  • Wikipedia: Shadow of the Colossus
  • After a brief stay with her still grieving parents in heavily bombed Portsmouth, Manning moved into a London flat.
  • Wikipedia: Olivia Manning
  • As it approaches Mill Creek Parkway, it descends over 100 feet (30 m) in elevation into the flat Mississippi River valley, where it meets US 67.
  • Wikipedia: U.S. Route 30 in Iowa
  • At Fraser's flat he first learned about art appreciation and met Andy Warhol, Claes Oldenburg, Peter Blake, and Richard Hamilton.
  • Wikipedia: Paul McCartney
  • Broad tidal flats and streams carrying iron oxide-rich mud formed on the margins of the shallow sea to the west, creating the Sinawava member of the Temple Cap Formation.
  • Wikipedia: Geology of the Zion and Kolob canyons area
  • Calibration data such as flat fields and dark frames are also publicly available straight away.
  • Wikipedia: Hubble Space Telescope
  • Canynge Road was closed by police while scaffolding was constructed around Yeates' home; and officers sealed off the adjacent flat of Dutch engineer Tabak.
  • Wikipedia: Murder of Joanna Yeates
  • Common Terns adapt readily to artificial floating rafts, and may even nest on flat factory roofs.
  • Wikipedia: Common Tern
  • Despite his age he was invariably treated as a dogsbody by Del and Rodney, often being assigned mundane jobs around the flat such as cooking meals.
  • Wikipedia: Only Fools and Horses
  • Due to fatigue caused by the highway's flat and straight route, the section of Highway 401 from Windsor to London (especially west of Tilbury) has become known for deadly car accidents and pile-ups, earning it the nickname Carnage Alley.
  • Wikipedia: Ontario Highway 401