|lattea englanniksi||lackluster fi, banal fi, insipid fi, flat fi|
: The actor gave a lackluster performance in his latest film.
: The diners were disappointed with the plain, insipid soup they were served.
: The textbook had a most insipid presentation of the controversy.
: Greeting cards contain some of the most insipid words ever written.
: ux|en|The land around here is flat.
: ux|en|The party was a bit flat.
*: A large part of the work is, to me, very flat.
*: How weary, stale, flat, and unprofitable / Seem to me all the uses of this world.
: ux|en|His claim was in flat contradiction to experimental results.
: ux|en|Im not going to the party and thats flat.
*: flat burglary as ever was committed
*: A great tobacco taker too, — thats flat.
: ux|en|That girl is completely flat on both sides.
: The market is flat.
: Many flat adverbs, as in run fast, buy cheap, etc. are from Old English.
: Spread the tablecloth flat over the table.
: I asked him if he wanted to marry me and he turned me down flat.
: He can run a mile in four minutes flat.
: I am flat broke this month.
*: Sin is flat opposite to the Almighty.
*: Envy is as the sunbeams that beat hotter upon a bank, or steep rising ground, than upon a flat.
*: The next one surrendered his bike, only for that, too, to give him a second flat as he started the descent.
: ux|en|She liked to walk in her flats more than in her high heels.
: ux|en|a flat of strawberries
*: Or if you cannnot make a speech, / Because you are a flat.
: rfquotek|Sir W. Temple
*: Passions are allayed, appetites are flatted.
*: The excellence of French flats is so well known in America, that the owner will often refer to his property as "first class French flats."
*: Fifteen percent of this group said that they were not satisfied with the public housing estates and their HDB[Singapore Housing & Development Board] flats (see Tables 11 and 12 respectively).
*: The Greater London Council formed the Estmanco company to manage a block of 60 council-owned flats. The council entered into an agreement with the company to sell off the flats to owner-occupiers.
*: When the Dolphin Squares flats were first offered to the public in 1936, the South Block was still under construction, and the North Block was a building site.