flat is a musical symbol representing a slightly lower pitch flatness
A punctured tire is a "flat tire" or just a "flat"
A flat tax charges the same percentage regardless of the size of the
sum being taxed
"flatline" is sometimes used as a synonym for death, describing
the shape of an ECG graph with no heartbeat.
A flat is another name for an apartment
A tower block, block of flats, or apartment block is (in the 21st century)
usually a high-rise apartment building.
In New Zealand, flats refer to houses or other accommodation where groups
of people, often University students, live together.
Buildings containing low numbers of flats or apartments, or which are
low-rise buildings such as tenement buildings, are described in the
article on apartment buildings.
In farming terms, "flats" may refer to valley floors where
rich grazing is available when the steeper land is too bare.
In abstract algebra, a module is flat if taking the tensor product with
it preserves exact sequences.
In computer programming, a flat memory model is an approach to organizing
memory address space. Similarly, a flat file can refer to a flat file
database or to a simple type of file system for computers.
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