Czech English Dictionary

český jazyk - English

byt in English:

1. flat flat


Before forks and chopsticks, people usually ate food with a piece of flat bread.
[flat] flat
It is fairly safe to say that the family bound for Australia, or wherever it may be, has in its mind a vision of a nice house, or a flat, with maybe a bit of garden.
Shurrup! Don't make such a fuss over a little headache. I'm flat out of magical power - this is all your fault!
Plato having defined man to be a two-legged animal without feathers, Diogenes plucked a cock and brought it into the Academy, and said, "This is Plato’s man." On which account this addition was made to the definition,—"With broad flat nails."
I like this flat. The location is good, and besides, rent is not very high.
Did you ever try keeping your flat completely free from dust?
A warm, lazy breeze wafts across the flat, endless fields.
When the shooting died down a bit, Daddy ran over to our flat and brought us back some sandwiches.
Some clarinetists use clarinets tuned to A instead of B flat in passages which would otherwise be written in unusual keys.
I can't afford to buy my own flat, but I'm thinking of taking out a loan.
Why do you pay so much for the flat? This is some special kind of mildew on these walls?
I like to perform magic tricks for kids, but they sometimes fall flat.
When the chickens are flat as pancakes, then again the tractor must have been faster than them.