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flatting

/ (ˈflætɪŋ) /
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noun
metallurgy the process of flattening metal into a sheet by rolling
NZ the practice of sharing a house with people who are not members of one's own family
verb
NZ to leave the parental home and live independently in a flat, usually with people of the same age group
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