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Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "flat" im Spanisch Englisch Wörterbuch : 212 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
flat aplanado [adj]
flat plano [adj]
flat raso [adj]
flat apartamento [m]
flat departamento [m]
flat bemol [m]
flat piso [m]
General
flat mesa [f]
flat vivienda [f]
flat desvaído [adj]
flat nivelado [adj]
flat rotundo [adj]
flat agotado [adj]
flat pardo [adj]
flat chato [adj]
flat chirle [adj]
flat pinchado [adj]
flat terminante [adj]
flat conejo [adj] GT
flat llano [adj]
flat usado [adj]
flat descargado [adj]
flat desinflado [adj]
flat envés [m]
flat plano [m]
flat desvaída [adj/f]
flat nivelada [adj/f]
flat rotunda [adj/f]
flat agotada [adj/f]
flat parda [adj/f]
flat chata [adj/f]
flat pinchada [adj/f]
flat plana [adj/f]
flat coneja [adj/f] GT
flat llana [adj/f]
flat usada [adj/f]
flat rasa [adj/f]
flat descargada [adj/f]
flat desinflada [adj/f]
flat apagado [adj]
flat mate (pintura) [adj]
flat desinflado (neumático) [adj]
flat achatado [adj]
flat bemol (música) [adj]
flat desanimado [adj]
flat insípido [adj]
flat insulso [adj]
flat igual [adj]
flat jauto [adj] ARA
flat liso [adj]
flat paralizado [adj]
flat deshinchado [adj]
flat aplastado [adj]
flat contundente [adj]
flat horizontal [adj]
flat lacónico [adj]
flat seco [adj]
flat apartamiento [m]
flat bajío [m]
flat cuarto [m]
flat achatada [adj/f]
flat insípida [adj/f]
flat insulsa [adj/f]
flat jauta [adj/f] ARA
flat deshinchada [adj/f]
flat lisa [adj/f]
flat aplastada [adj/f]
flat paralizada [adj/f]
flat desanimada [adj/f]
flat lacónica [adj/f]
flat seca [adj/f]
flat ponchada [f] MX GT HN NI EC PE BO
flat tayca [f] BO:W
flat aplandado [adj]
flat sin gas [adj]
flat bajo [adj]
flat flojo [adj]
flat monótono [adj]
flat soso [adj]
flat desangelado [adj]
flat desafinado [adj]
flat único [adj]
flat bemol [adj]
flat muerto [adj]
flat pacho [adj] HN
flat plancho [adj] CO
flat llantén [m]
flat baja [adj/f]
flat floja [adj/f]
flat sosa [adj/f]
flat monótona [adj/f]
flat desangelada [adj/f]
flat desafinada [adj/f]
flat única [adj/f]
flat muerta [adj/f]
flat habitación [f]
flat palma de la mano [f]
flat barca chata [f]
flat evaporar [v]
flat achatar [v]
flat aplanarse [v]
flat atontarse [v]
flat extendido [adj]
flat tendido [adj]
flat triste [adj]
flat abatido [adj]
flat positivo [adj]
flat absoluto [adj]
flat categórico [adj]
flat perentorio [adj]
flat premeditado [adj]
flat arrasado [adj]
flat evaporado [adj]
flat escollo [m]
flat banco [m]
flat carro de plataforma [m]
flat tendida [adj/f]
flat extendida [adj/f]
flat abatida [adj/f]
flat absoluta [adj/f]
flat positiva [adj/f]
flat perentoria [adj/f]
flat premeditada [adj/f]
flat arrasada [adj/f]
flat categórica [adj/f]
flat evaporada [adj/f]
flat sin viveza [loc/adj]
flat sin interés [loc/adj]
flat sin lustre [loc/adj]
flat plano de una hoja cortante
flat abierto [adj]
flat achatado [adj]
Colloquial
flat primo [m]
flat mentecato [m]
Idioms
flat sin tono [adv] BO:C
flat de tarea [adj] MX
Business
flat global [adj]
flat lineal [adj]
flat uniforme [adj]
flat neto [adj]
flat fijo [adj]
flat piso [m]
flat departamento [m]
flat apartamento [m]
flat poco activo
flat sin cargo adicional
flat sin variaciones
Insurance
flat plataforma [f]
Law
flat sin intereses acumulados [adj]
flat fijo [adj]
flat uniforme [adj]
Computer
flat bastidor [m]
Engineering
flat gabarra [f]
flat llanura [f]
flat balsa [f]
flat llanta [f]
flat pletina [f]
flat cara plana [f]
flat de respuesta plana [adj]
flat llano [adj]
flat llano [adj]
flat chato [adj]
flat plano [adj]
flat sin modificar
Astronomy
flat blando [adj]
Math
flat plano
Geology
flat plano [adj]
flat campo raso [m]
Brachytheraphy
flat rebajo [m]
Construction
flat plano [adj]
flat playo AR
Technical
flat aplastar [v]
flat aplanar [v]
flat hacer opaco [v]
flat aplastarse [v]
flat allanar [v]
flat bajar el tono [v]
flat plano [adj]
Mechanics
flat parte plana [f]
flat cara plana
flat filo normal al eje
flat parte plana
Printing
flat plantilla de montaje [f]
flat plantilla de montaje
Aeronautics
flat parte plana
flat cara plana
Maritime
flat plana [f]
flat chapa [f]
Oceanography
flat bajío [m]
Transportation
flat deslucido [adj]
flat bajío [m]
Agriculture
flat cajonera [f]
flat cajonera [f]
flat pando [adj]
flat parejo [adj]
flat panda [adj/f]
flat pareja [adj/f]
Animal Husbandry
flat rellano [m]
Geography
flat llanura [f]
Cartography
flat plancha de fotomontaje
Petrol
flat planchuela [f]
flat pletina [f]
flat plano [adj]
flat chato [adj]
flat llano [m]
Mineralogy
flat planicie [f]
Hydrology
flat placer que descubre
Music
flat bajar de tono [v]
flat abajar un tono [v]
flat desafinar por lo bajo [v]
Cinema
flat bastidor [m]
Tennis
flat golpe sin efecto

Bedeutungen, die der Begriff "flat" mit anderen Begriffen im Englisch Spanisch Wörterbuch erhalten hat: 500 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
flat roof azotea [f]
flat (box) cajonera [f]
neighbour (a person living on nearby flat) prójima [f]
flat nosed romo [adj]
flat voice pardo [adj]
neighbour (a person living on nearby flat) prójimo [m]
General
flat area planicie [f]
flat surface planicie [f]
flat open space playa [f] CU BO PE PY UY
flat roof terraza [f]
lie flat alebrarse [v]
roll flat apisonar [v]
squeeze flat atortujar [v]
go flat descargarse [v]
go flat deshincharse [v]
flat-chested liso [adj]
flat-topped mocho [adj]
flat roof terrado [m]
studio flat estudio [m]
small flat cuarto [m]
flat rate forfait [m]
flat-chested lisa [adj/f]
flat-topped mocha [adj/f]
flat tire pinchadura [f]
flat tire pinchazo [m]
flat tire desinflado [m]
flat roof of a house azotea [f]
flat paving-stone baldosa [f]
flat side of embossed work contraparte [f]
flat earthen bowl for toasting maize or corn callana [f] SA
flat tract of arable land campiña [f]
flat round cap without peak, worn in navarre and biscay boina [f]
flat and woven bass rope cudria [f]
gold or silver flat thread for embroidery hojuela [f]
flat shell-fish perna [f]
flat (of a sword) mesa [f]
thin flat stone loncha [f]
flat/level ground llana [f]
flat surface of the teeth pala [f]
flat diamond (jewelry) tabla [f]
smooth, flat part of the body tabla [f]
flat-bottomed boat for transporting horses tafurea [f]
flat stone solera [f]
flat-nosed person chata [f]
become flat achatarse [v]
flat (music) abemolar [v]
become flat aplastarse [v]
lie flat (of game) alastrarse [v]
lay plants flat (by a storm) acamar [v]
beat iron on the flat and side alternately contraforjar [v]
become flat chafarse [v]
broad-or flat-headed (nails or studs) cabeciancho [adj]
flat-nosed chato [adj]
flat (of liquors) desahumado [adj]
flat-faced carichato [adj]
flat-nosed remachado [adj]
flat-nosed ñato [adj] AMER
flat-hoofed (horse) palmitieso [adj]
flat-nosed romo [adj]
flat-nosed person chato [m]
low, flat-bottomed basket/tray azafate [m]
flat earthen bowl cajete [m] SV HN MX
stroke or blow with the flat of the sword cintarazo [m]
flat ground covered with boulders callao [m]
flat earthenware pan for cooking maize cake comal [m] MX CAM EC
flat-boat bungo [m] NI
flat wicker basket fayanco [m]
pearl flat on one side engaste [m]
anything squashed flat pelmazo [m]
flat surface nivel [m]
flat of a sword plano [m]
a long, flat silvery fish sable [m] CU
flat roof of a house terrado [m]
flat and wide chignon zorongo [m]
variety of pearls flat on one side asientos [m/pl]
flat-faced carichata [adj/f]
flat-nosed remachada [adj/f]
flat-nosed roma [adj/f]
flat-nosed chata [adj/f]
flat-nosed ñata [adj/f] AMER
flat-hoofed (horse) palmitiesa [adj/f]
flat (of liquors) desahumada [adj/f]
broad-or flat-headed (nails or studs) cabeciancha [adj/f]
flat out a toda velocidad [adv]
flat pea muela [f]
fried or oven-baked flat cake torta [f]
flat country plana [f]
flat-topped hill muela [f]
long flat piece of iron llanta [f]
flat tyre pinchadura [f]
large flat stone lastra [f]
flat side of animal’s neck tabla del pescuezo [f]
flat part tabla [f]
flat plain calceta  [f] VE
bosphorus view flat casa con vistas al bósforo [f]
low, flat-topped hill caused by erosion barda [f] AR
flat brimmed straw hat batelera [f] CL disused
flat chain with a filigreed gold teardrop design hanging from each end cadena chata abierta [f] PA
variant of the flat chain cadena solitaria [f] PA
flat terrain of small dimensions and low vegetation calceta [f] VE
hit by a whip or by the flat part of a machete calada [f] SV
an inner courtyard in a house or flat azotehuela [f] MX
a flat rubber surface of about 5 cm thick that is used to repair heels tapita [f] HN
long elevated portion of a plot of land with slopes that gradually extend into flat land cuchilla [f] CU DO VE AR UY
tray made of metal or some other material that is flat or concave and used to serve, present or deposit items charola [f] AR:Nw disused
tray made of metal or some other material that is flat or concave and used to serve, present or deposit items charola [f] MX CO:W,Sw HN SV NI PE BO
tray made of metal or some other material that is flat or concave and used to serve, present or deposit items charola [f] EC rare
small flat glass bottle containing liquor, usually rum chata [f] PA PE
sandal or flat shoe chatita [f] PY AR UY
quality of flat-butted chumbera [f] PR
flat, round stone often found on some river banks china pelona [f] CU
person's wide and flat face cara de galleta [f] CU AR UY
person's wide and flat face cara de galleta de campo [f] AR
person with a wide and flat face cara de palangana [f] CU
wide and flat thing chopleta [f] PR
round, flat meal made with soft ground corn and generally cooked on a griddle chorreada [f] CR
flat and untapped plot of land, space, locale, or site canchal [f] CU
large plot of flat and barren land with abundant grass jalca [f] PE
large plot of flat and barren land with abundant grass jalca [f] PE:C,N rur.
board flat on one side and curved on the other lepa [f] GT
clay pot with flat base used to roast coffee, corn, beans, and other grains kanalla [f] BO:S
large flat rock used for washing clothes laja (portugués) [f] NI
flat iron plancha laceadora [f] PE
flat iron plancha laciadora [f] PE
flat triangular firecracker wrapped in colored paper empanada [f] CL rare
1 cm long nail with a fine tip and a flat, large head to fix the heels of the soles of footwear mostacilla [f] HN NI
large top with a flat head mona [f] HN child
flat land planada [f] HN NI EC BO
hit with the flat part of a machete planaciada [f] HN rur.
hit with the flat part of a machete planada [f] HN
many blows with the flat part of a machete planazón [f] VE
flat iron plancha laceadora [f] PE
flat iron plancha laciadora [f] PE
large flat brush pinceleta [f] PY AR UY
flat iron planchita [f] PY
flat concrete roof platabanda [f] VE
flat nose piocha [f] SV
salt flat reposadera [f] HN
small flat land tablada [f] PE BO:S
wide and flat fold made with fabric tachada [f] BO CL
flat dough tapa [f] PY AR UY
fall flat with legs spread out despatarrarse [v]
go flat espicharse [v] MX
go flat irse [v]
become flat achatarse [v]
become flat aplanarse [v]
fall flat caerse de bruces [v]
fall flat no causar el efecto deseado [v] fig.
lie flat estar totalmente extendido [v]
have a flat tyre tener un pinchazo [v]
become flat or flatter banquear [v] LAM
lie down flat echarse al suelo [v]
fall flat to the ground with great force estrellarse de panza [v]
squeeze flat atortillar [v] CL rare
squeeze flat atortillar [v] PR disused
fall flat batear [v] GT
grow flat taking the form of a bower (plants) aparragarse [v] CL disused
shove and make someone fall flat on their face hocicar [v] PR
shove and make someone fall flat on their face ahocicar [v] PR
shove and make someone fall flat on their face ajocicar [v] PR
pick oneself up after falling flat on one's face desembrocarse [v] HN
hit someone with the flat part of the machete blade cinchonear [v] NI
become flat (tire) espicharse [v] CO VE
get a flat (vehicle) flatearse (inglés flat) [v] PA
go flat (tire) espichar [v] CO:N VE
get a flat tire or be in very poor condition (vehicle) esgomarse [v] PR
become flat (vehicle tire) flatearse (inglés flat) [v] PA
fall flat on one's face lacanearse [v] BO:W
fall flat on one's face lacarse [v] BO
fall flat on one's face lakearse [v] BO
go flat enchusarse [v] EC:S
hit with the flat part of a machete planchar [v] VE
hit with the flat part of a machete planear [v] MX:Se VE rur.
go flat ponchar (inglés punch) [v] CR rare
go flat poncharse (inglés punch) [v] MX GT HN SV NI PA CU DO EC PE BO:W,S cult
go flat vaciarse [v] PR
flat nosed chato [adj]
shallow or flat playo [adj] LAM
prostrate (lying flat) postrado [adj]
flat-chested (girl) liso [adj]
made flat by something achatado [adj]
made flat by something aplastado [adj]
as flat as plano como [adj]
as flat as tan plano como [adj]
with flat buttocks aplastado [adj] CU
with a flat head acabotó [adj] AR:Ne
whose nose is not prominent and is nearly flat desnarizado [adj] PR
whose nose is not prominent and is nearly flat despacharrado [adj] PR
with flat buttocks (person) culimetido [adj] PR
who has flat buttocks (person) culichumbo [adj] PR
with flat buttocks (woman) chambón [adj] PR
who has a flat buttocks (person) chumbón [adj] PR
with flat buttocks chumbo [adj] PR
who has a flat buttocks (person) chumbo [adj] PR
flat-nose (person) desnarizado [adj] PR
flat-nose (person) despacharrado [adj] PR
flat (surface) flat (inglés) [adj] US PR
flat-nose (person) esnarizado [adj] PR
flat-nose (person) espacharrado [adj] PR
flat (tire) espichado [adj] CO:N VE
flat (person's body) cuadrado [adj] CU PR
as flat as tan llano como [adj]
as flat as tan plano como [adj]
as flat as tan liso como [adj]
thin and flat-bellied enlapado [adj] PR
flat-nosed ñarusco [adj] SV rur.
flat-nosed ñaruso [adj] SV
flat-nosed ñato [adj] GT HN SV CR PA CU DO CO VE EC PE BO CL PY AR UY
flat-nosed ñarungo [adj] HN derog.
with a small, wide, or flat nose ñuso [adj] AR:Nw
flat front ñato [adj] HN NI BO
three-dimensional with several flat faces ochavado [adj] MX GT NI BO
flat-chested pacho [adj] HN SV NI
flat-butted pacho [adj] HN SV NI
large flat bank in sea bed placer [m]
stage flat bastidor [m]
flat tyre neumático desinflado [m]
flat tyre pinchazo [m]
flat tyre neumático pinchado [m]
incising a design onto a hard and flat surface grabado [m]
flat bread made from roots of manioc plant cazabe [m]
duplex flat dúplex [m]
flat basket azafate [m]
ground flat (piso) bajo [m]
flat basket that hangs on the ceiling to smoke the curd and cheese adorote [m] VE:W
small flat-topped hill mogote [m]
low and flat area of plains that floods during winter estero [m]
bosphorus view flat apartamento con vistas al bósforo [m]
flat basket with food hanging from the kitchen celling used to protect it from animals balai [m] VE:W
flat basket that hangs from the kitchen ceiling used to store food in order to protect it from animals balai [m] VE:W
flat basket with food hanging from the kitchen celling to protect it from animals balay [m] VE:W
bachelor's flat apartamento de soltero [m]
flat bread made with corn flour biliñaque [m] PA
a flat rubber surface of about 5 cm thick that is used to repair heels hulite [m] HN
a flat rubber surface of about 5 cm thick that is used to repair heels anchor [m] HN
flat land or valley a few meters above sea level bajío [m] MX HN SV PA DO
flat land or valley a few meters above sea level bajo [m] HN
blow given with the flat part of the blade of a sword or machete charpazo [m] GT HN NI rare
large and narrow plan that, instead of a corner, unites two flat surfaces that form an angle chanfle [m] MX CU
blow given with the flat part of the blade of a sword or machete cinchonazo [m] HN NI
stick with a flat end which is used for removing soil from plant bulbs and roots and other agricultural uses chope [m] CL
flat piece of wood that forms the stern of boats espejo [m] PR
flat and wide area for loading and unloading canchón [m] AR:Nw
small, flat, sandy island that floods frequently and is largely covered by mangroves, very common near the antilles cayo [m] HN CU DO PR CO VE
canvas flat (shoe) guachicón [m] VE:E
flat earthenware pan in which grain is toasted with hot embers or sand concheo [m] CL:S
flat rubber surface used to repair high heels hulite [m] HN
hard felt hat with a low crown and wide and flat brim jarano [m] MX
flat iron laceador [m] PE
flat iron laciador [m] PE BO
flat sandy shore desplayado [m] AR rare
very large pot with straight walls, a flat base, a wide rim, and two handles used to cook the sugar cane juice down to syrup or honey dulcero [m] HN
plot of flat and high land plan [m] HN:C,W rur.
hit with the flat part of a machete plan [m] VE
hit with the flat part of a machete planazo [m] CR PA DO CO VE EC PE BO AR
hit with the flat part of a machete planazo [m] GT HN SV CU PR rur.
flat side of a machete blade plano [m] GT rur.
flat side of a machete blade plano [m] HN
extension of flat land plan [m] CR rur.
extension of flat land plan [m] GT SV CO:C,W,Sw VE CL
flat-bottomed boat pongo [m] MX:Se
hard felt hat with a low crown and wide and flat brim sombrero jarano [m] MX
blow with the flat part of a machete vainazo [m] HN rur.
wide and flat fold made with fabric tachón [m] CU
salt flat tequesquital [m] MX
flat head screw tornillo de encarne [m] BO
person with a flat head acabotó [m/f] AR:Ne
flat butt nalgas de burro [f/pl] MX
flat butt nalgas de tesoro [f/pl] MX
flat chested (women) aplastada [adj/f] DO
with flat buttocks (woman) chata [adj/f] HN NI PA
flat-chested (woman) chata [adj/f] DO
having straight walls, a flat base, a wide rim, and two handles to cook the sugar cane juice down to syrup or honey dulcera [adj/f] HN
with a flat en llanta [loc/adv] DO PY AR UY
with a flat tire en llanta [loc/adv] DO PY AR UY
flat roof terraza
flat tyre pinchazo
flat tyre llanta desinflada
flat tyre llanta pinchada
flat tyre llanta ponchada
flat tyre llanta vacía
flat tyre rueda pinchada
the flat below el piso de abajo
flat rate tarifa única
the flat above el piso de arriba
b-flat si bemol
flat feet pies planos
flat roof tejado plano
flat out tieso y parejo
flat major bemol mayor
lay flat aback poner las velas en facha [v]
flat roof ajarafe [m]
flat-pointed pliers alicates de boca [m/pl]
flat-footed de pies planos [loc/adj]
flat-bottomed con fondo llano [loc/prep]
flat packsaddle albarda gallinera [f]
become flat achatarse [v]
put ears back flat alastrar [v]
lie flat on the ground alastrarse [v]
flat roof ajarafe (árabe) [m]
Colloquial
flat out a toda mecha [adv]
flat out a toda pastilla [adv]
flat out a todo gas [adv]
flat out a toda máquina [adv]
flat out a todo trapo [adv]
flat out a todo trapos [adv]
flat out a todo tren [adv]
flat out hecho la duro [adv] MX
flat out a toda [adv] CO
flat out a todo vapor [adv]
flat out a tumba abierta [adv]
flat out a uña de caballo [adv]
flat (shoe) chola [f] VE
wide and flat container used to carry alcoholic beverages mulita [f] CR rare
wide and flat container used to carry alcoholic beverages mulita [f] VE
flat out estar muerto de cansancio [v]
flat out estar hecho cisco [v]
flat out estar hecho papilla [v]
flat out caerse de cansancio [v]
flat out caerse de sueño [v]
flat out quedar hecho cisco [v]
flat out estar muerto [v]
flat on one's ass estar muerto de cansancio [v]
flat on one's ass estar hecho papilla [v]
flat on one's ass caerse de cansancio [v]
flat on one's ass caerse de sueño [v]
flat on one's ass quedar hecho cisco [v]
flat on one's ass estar hecho cisco [v]
flat on one's ass estar muerto [v]
be flat andar mal de dinero [v]
be flat broke tener apuros de dinero [v]
be flat broke ir con el culo a rastras [v]
be flat broke andar con el culo a rastras [v]
be as flat as a pancake ser de castellón de la plana [v]
be as flat as a board ser de castellón de la plana [v]
be as flat as a witches tit ser de castellón de la plana [v]
go flat out correr a tumba abierta [v]
go flat out lanzarse a tumba abierta [v]
drive flat out conducir a toda castaña [v]
go flat out conducir a toda castaña [v]
flat out con toda la potencia [v]
flat out precipitadamente [v]
flat out caer agotado [v]
be flat broke estar palmado [v]
be flat broke estar con una mano atrás y otra adelante [v]
be flat broke estar pelado [v]
be flat broke no tener ni un real [v]
be flat busted no tener una perra [v]
catch someone flat-footed pillar a alguien en pelotas [v]
catch someone flat-footed coger a alguien en pelotas [v]
be flat busted estar a dos velas [v]
be flat busted estar con una mano atrás y otra adelante [v]
be flat busted estar palmado [v]
be flat busted estar pelado [v]
be flat busted estar sin blanca [v]
be flat busted estar sin un real [v]
be flat busted no tener blanca [v]
be flat busted no tener ni un real [v]
be flat busted no tener un céntimo [v]
be flat broke estar a dos velas [v]
be flat broke estar sin blanca [v]
be flat broke estar sin un real [v]
be flat broke no tener blanca [v]
be flat broke no tener un céntimo [v]
be flat broke no tener una perra [v]
fall flat on one’s face dar con sus huesos en el santo suelo [v]
fall flat darse una leche [v]
fall flat darse una morrada [v]
fall flat caer de plano [v]
fall flat on one's face besar el suelo [v]
lay flat aplanar [v]
lay flat abatir [v]
lay flat arrasar [v]
lay flat postrar [v]
fall flat on one's/its face estar choreado [v]
be flat estar bruja [v] MX
be flat broke estar embromado [v]
flat out estar fundido [v]
flat out estar hecho fosfatina [v]
flat out estar hecho migas [v]
flat out estar hecho pedazos [v]
flat out estar hecho polvo [v]
flat out estar hecho añicos [v]
flat out estar hecho puré [v]
flat out estar hecho una mierda [v]
flat on one's ass estar hecho fosfatina [v]
flat on one's ass estar hecho migas [v]
flat on one's ass estar hecho pedazos [v]
flat on one's ass estar hecho polvo [v]
flat on one's ass estar hecho añicos [v]
flat on one's ass estar hecho puré [v]
flat on one's ass estar hecho una mierda [v]
fall flat estar en la estacada [v]
fall flat quedar en la estacada [v]
make flat acuchucar [v] SCN
fall flat tener poco éxito [v]
leave flat encampanar [v]
fall flat on one's face descachimbarse [v]
be a flat-out liar ser más mentiroso que pinocho [v]
be a flat-out liar ser más mentiroso que un epitafio [v]
be a flat-out liar ser más mentiroso que un político [v]
be flat broke estar pato [v]
be flat broke ser un pato [v]
be flat broke estar en las tablas [v] CAR
have a flat tire tener un neumático pinchado [v]
have a flat tire tener un pinchazo [v]
have a flat tyre tener un neumático pinchado [v]
have a flat tyre tener un pinchazo [v]
be flat-chested tener poco pecho [v]
become flat (tire) espicharse [v] BO
go flat (tire) espichar [v] BO
go flat llantar [v] PY
fall flat on one's face abocinarse [v]
flat-brimmed pacho [adj]
flat-footed resuelto [adj]
flat-footed desprevenido [adj]
flat (tire) flateado [adj] PA
with a flat ass planchado [adj] CU
with flat buttocks planchado [adj] CU
blow with the flat of a sword chincharrazo [m]
blow from the flat part of a machete or sword cinchazo [m] HN NI PR
flat butt nalgas de aspirina [f/pl] MX child
flat-brimmed pacha [adj/f]
flat-footed resuelta [adj/f]
flat-footed desprevenida [adj/f]
a flat-out liar un completo mentiroso
going flat out a toda máquina
going flat out a toda velocidad
flat out a carrera tendida
flat out a la furia
flat out a toda leche
flat out a toda galleta
flat contradiction flagrante contradicción
flat denial negación total
flat contradiction contradicción total
flat denial rotunda negativa
flat out a toda máquina
flat out por todos los medios
flat out a tope
flat out a toda mecha
flat out a toda velocidad
flat out a todo ritmo
flat out a todo trapo
flat-chested de pecho plano
he's flat-broke no tiene un real
Phrases
flat out a mata caballo [adv]
flat out a matacaballo [adv]
be flat broke quedarse sin blanca [v]
on the flat sobre tela
the market is flat hay recesión
in five minutes flat en cinco minutos justos
Idioms
flat out a destajo [adv]
flat out a tope [adv]
fall flat on one's face caer de bruces [v]
fall flat irse al agua [v]
be flat broke andar a la cuarta pregunta [v]
be flat busted andar a la cuarta pregunta [v]
be flat broke estar a la cuarta pregunta [v]
be flat busted estar a la cuarta pregunta [v]
fall flat on the ground besar la tierra [v]
catch someone flat-footed coger a alguien con las manos en la masa [v]
fall flat dar de narices [v]
fall flat on the ground dar de narices [v]
fall flat on one’s face dar de narices [v]
fall flat caerse de narices [v]
fall flat on one’s face caerse de narices [v]
fall flat on the ground irse de bruces [v]
fall flat irse de bruces [v]
fall flat on one’s face irse de bruces [v]
fall flat on the ground caerse de bruces [v]
fall flat on one’s face caerse de bruces [v]
fall flat on the ground caerse de narices [v]
fall flat on the ground caerse de boca [v]
fall flat caerse de boca [v]
fall flat on one’s face caerse de boca [v]
catch someone flat-footed coger a alguien en el garlito [v]
catch flat-footed atrapar de sorpresa [v]
catch flat-footed pillar desprevenido [v]
catch flat-footed atrapar in fraganti [v]
catch someone flat-footed pillar desprevenido a alguien [v]
catch someone flat-footed atrapar por sorpresa a alguien [v]
fall flat on one’s face caer redondo [v]
fall flat on one’s face caerse redondo [v]
fall flat on one’s face caerse redondito [v]
fall flat fracasar [v]
fall flat no hacer gracia [v]
fall flat quedar a mitad de camino [v]
fall flat caer de bruces [v]
fall flat darse contra el suelo [v]
fall flat on its face caerse de bruces [v]
fall flat on its face darse de narices contra el suelo [v]
fall flat on one's face caerse de bruces [v]
fall flat on one's face darse de narices contra el suelo [v]
fall flat on one's face besar la tierra [v]
fall flat on one's/its face fracasar [v]
fall flat on one's/its face derrumbarse [v]
fall flat on one's/its face darse de narices contra el suelo [v]
flat on one's ass estar agotado [v]
flat on one's back caer en cama [v]
flat on one's ass estar en la miseria [v]