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- n. A person with whom one shares a flat.
- n. A person with whom one shares a rental property, not necessarily a flat.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. someone who shares an apartment with a person.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an associate who shares an apartment with you
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And my (as in flatmate's) new boyfriend was sitting there quietly?
My dear previously-non-gamer flatmate is now an SSX addict after seeing it play.
Other results that may have you calling your flatmate/partner/granny in to see the action are: Glasgow Govan, TEL, Argyll & Bute, Edinburgh Central and of course Gordon, not to mention about 40 more!
Each has good WiFi, two bedrooms and two bathrooms; my flatmate was a taciturn Czech who worked on "data security".
The savage murder of his flatmate is a real talking point.
I have a friend who has a 'flatmate' that she has lived with for going on 25 years.
Electrolux Design Lab competition, and it features a modular design that's segmented into separate compartments allowing each 'flatmate' to have their own mini fridge.
She failed to show any remorse for the death of her 'flatmate'.
On my flatmate's birthday, the club sent a member of staff around with a beautiful single red rose.
A crippled veteran, returning to London from Afghanistan and forced to live on a small pension, finds a flatmate who turns out to be a drug addict.