Definición de flat out en inglés:

flat out

1As fast or as hard as possible: the whole team is working flat out to satisfy demand
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The National Trust's property and forestry teams are now working flat out and have been all over the weekend to try and clear the debris and make safe the damage, as far as is possible, as more gales and rain are forecast.
  • We'll have a ten-strong team working flat out for four weeks from July.
  • But, is it too much to expect both teams to go flat out to win?
2 informal , chiefly North American Without hesitation or reservation: she flat out said she didn’t trust her fellow board members (as adjective flat-out) flat-out perjury
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Alana told me flat out that she's voting for Jessica.
  • He has been totally objective and even flat out rejected some of the sample devices.
  • He says flat out that he's not going to vote for the president's bill.
Sinónimos
hard, as hard as possible, for all one's worth, vigorously, with a vengeance, to the utmost, to the full, to the limit, all out; at full speed, as fast as possible, post-haste, at full tilt, at breakneck speed, full steam ahead
3Lying stretched out, especially asleep or in a state of exhaustion: he lay flat out, breathing heavily
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Not only did he photograph battleships and the fleet at sea, but he also turned his camera at everyday life on board, recording members of the crew at work, the ship's dog, and even an exhausted sailor flat out asleep on deck.
  • A clash of heads left one player lying flat out on the pitch.
  • A friend drove him - lying flat out on the back seat of a Range Rover to avoid photographers - from the house in Didsbury.
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