Definition of flatmate in English:

flatmate

Line breaks: flat|mate
Pronunciation: /ˈflatmeɪt
 
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noun

British
A person who shares a flat with others: my flatmate moved out a month ago
More example sentences
  • I met my wife when I had a flat at Glasgow's waterfront and needed a flatmate to share.
  • I must find a way to get more money, a flatmate and a new flat.
  • Now everyone knows who I have a ‘crush’ on, as my flatmates demanded his friends give me his number.

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