flat-out: an adverb that means: at full capacity, at maximum speed, totally, thoroughgoing
Ben, pumps working flat-out. A foot of water in the bilge.

a flat-out promotional campaign
a flat-out deception.
Por leocod 20 de septiembre de 2007
1. plain, open and direct

2. at full speed

3. total, complete
He just farted in my face, flat-out.
Por The Return of Light Joker 17 de septiembre de 2007
Straight up
Rebecca says I really like your red shirt. Theresa says flat out. Rebecca says: straight up!
Por T 11 de junio de 2004
when youve smoked an immense amount of weed or drank loads of alchohol and your on ure back
guy 1: dude wot u doin
guy 2: not alot up im flat out on the floor
Por wubadoo 28 de diciembre de 2005
Adj
1. Someone who can can dress; fresh
2. Something that is highly acceptable
Are those the seven jeans with the dolce and gabana hoodie? Son you are flat out.
Por Mello F 22 de octubre de 2007
To be extremely busy.
Jane: It's lunch time. You want to go grab a bite to eat?

Kate: Thanks, but I can't right now - I'm flat out...
Por g_pi 26 de julio de 2005

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