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flat
flat 〈[ flæ̣t] Mus.〉 um einen halben Ton erniedrigt, z. B. D \flat = Des; Ggs sharp [engl., „flach, tief, erniedrigt“]

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Flat [flɛt], die; -, -s (ugs.):
Kurzf. von Flatrate.

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flat
 
[flæt; englisch »flach«], englische Bezeichnung für das Erniedrigungszeichen ♭ (B); als Zusatz bei Tonnamen bezeichnet flat die Erniedrigung um einen chromatischen Halbton (z. B. E flat = Es). Es-Dur heißt im Englischen E flat major, es-Moll E flat minor. (sharp)

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Flat [flɛt], das; -s, -s [engl. flat = Mietwohnung, eigtl. Boden, Stockwerk, zu: flat = flach, verw. mit ahd. flaʒ, ↑Fladen] (veraltend): [Klein]wohnung.

Universal-Lexikon. 2012.

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