flatland

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From flat +‎ land.

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  • (UK) IPA(key): /ˈflatlənd/, /ˈflatland/
  • Hyphenation: flat‧land

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flatland ‎(plural flatlands)

  1. Any land of relatively constant altitude (with no hills).
  2. (Ireland, informal) An urban region with many flats or apartments to rent.
    • 2005, Esme Conway, Into Angels (page 18)
      Back then, at eighteen, in her humble bed-sit, in Dublin's 'flatland', she was lonely.

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