- 1 [often as modifier] British A piece of furniture or other equipment that is sold in pieces packed flat in a box for easy transport and is assembled by the buyer: a flat-pack bookcaseMore example sentences
- They quickly started to specialise in flat-pack furniture, selling by mail order.
- The most common call-outs are for drilling expertise to hang pictures, mirrors and notice-boards, carpentry such as assembling flat-pack furniture and electrical jobs.
- That is, we're finishing off the last of the home renovations, and are about to start acquiring flat-pack baby furniture.
verb[with object] (usually as adjective flat-packed) Back to top
- Pack (a self-assembly item) flat in a box: this workstation is provided flat-packedMore example sentences
- Some of the explosives were flat-packed like pancakes and others were filled with nails to cause maximum injuries, according to images obtained by US network ABC News.
- With all seven seats in place, there is no boot space beyond room for a few tall and thin items, such as flat-packed furniture or a fashion model.
- But, provided you can find someone reliable to install it, it is perfectly possible to buy a smart, flat-packed kitchen for between €5,000 and €10,000.
More definitions of flat-packDefinition of flat-pack in:
- The US English dictionary