flatty


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flatty

(ˈflætɪ)
n, pl flatties
1. (Clothing & Fashion) a flat shoe, a shoe without heels
2. (Animals) a flathead fish
3. (Sailing) a flat-bottomed boat
4. a flat-mate
5. (Law) dialect slang a policeman
6. slang a flat-chested woman
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