become flat


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Verb1.become flat - lose sparkle or bouquetbecome flat - lose sparkle or bouquet; "wine and beer can pall"
change - undergo a change; become different in essence; losing one's or its original nature; "She changed completely as she grew older"; "The weather changed last night"
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He said, 'What Nigerians need to realize is that the world has become flat.
But the youngster, from Hamilton, was forced to give up in 2012 after being diagnosed with Perthes disease - where the cells in the ball and socket joint in his hip had died and become flat.
If there is not a corresponding move in the long-term rate, the yield curve could become flat or even inverted.
To help, here are some tips to maximise battery life so you can continue to get the most from your product: Do not allow the battery to become flat as this will damage it and will impact the performance and reliability of your product.
The two banks are expected to become flat even next year.
Your once large belly has suddenly become flat, and you ask where is the baby who once grew inside it.
The world has become flat, competition is global and the consumer is king," Norman observes.
Instead they are rough beams or broad plates that must still be put through several more processes before they become flat sheets or rectangular beams.
The second proposal was that the whole State Pension structure would become flat rate at around pounds 140 a week in today's prices.
I fear Ascot is being planned to become Flat racing's Cheltenham.
But "the world of computing has become flat, and anyone can do it.