flattened

EnglishEdit

AdjectiveEdit

flattened (comparative more flattened, superlative most flattened)

  1. Made flat by something.
    We removed the fallen tree from the flattened car.
    • 1960 November, “New electric multiple-units for British Railways: Manchester/Liverpool and Crewe”, in Trains Illustrated, page 660:
      Fibreglass mouldings form the domed roof at the driving ends and the drop roof of the motor coach, which joins the elliptical section of the flattened portion under the pantograph.

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VerbEdit

flattened

  1. simple past tense and past participle of flatten
    The tree fell on the car and flattened it.