flats

noun footwear (shoes or slippers) with no heel (or a very low heel)
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Flats

[theatre] Flats, short for Scenery Flats, are flat pieces of theatrical scenery which are painted and positioned on stage so as to give the appearance of buildings or other background. Flats can be soft or hard covered. Soft-covered flats (covered with Luan or muslin) have changed little from their origin in the Italian Renaissance. Hard-co...
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Flats

[USPS] The United States Postal Service uses the words `flats` and `nonletters` interchangeably to refer to large envelopes, newsletters, and magazines. ==Size restrictions== To fit the definition a flat must: Furthermore, the item must be somewhat bendable: see the USPS Domestic Mail Manual for exact details. This general rule does not app...
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Flats

A general term for shoe styles with low wedge heels.
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Flats

Flats is British slang for playing cards.
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Flats

For the woman who has practicality in mind, flats are perfect as they have no heel. Think ballet pumps, slippers, loafers and brogues.
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Flats

Horizontal vein working.
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Flats

In the entertainment industry, these are painted canvas sheets fixed onto wooden frames used on film sets, etc. for scenery
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flats

Platforms used to store products.
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Flats

Two-dimensional lead soldiers with engraved decorations.
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flats

[n] - footwear (shoes or slippers) with no heel (or a flat heel)
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