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block of flats

noun

Definition of block of flats

British

  1. :  a large building that has several or many apartments



Word by Word Definitions

blockplay
  1. :  a compact usually solid piece of substantial material especially when worked or altered to serve a particular purpose: as

    :  the piece of wood on which the neck of a person condemned to be beheaded is laid for execution

    :  a mold or form on which articles are shaped or displayed

  1. :  to make unsuitable for passage or progress by obstruction

    :  blockade

    :  to hinder the passage, progress, or accomplishment of by or as if by interposing an obstruction

flatplay flats
  1. :  lying at full length or spread out upon the ground :  prostrate

    :  utterly ruined or destroyed

    :  resting with a surface against something

  1. :  a stretch of land without obstacles

    :  a flat part or surface

    :  a musical note or tone one half step lower than a specified note or tone

  1. :  in a flat manner :  directly, positively

    :  in a complete manner :  absolutely

    :  below the proper musical pitch

  1. :  flatten

    :  to lower in pitch especially by a half step

    :  to sing or play below the true pitch


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