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flat-top (n.)

1943, "aircraft carrier," U.S. Navy, from flat (adj.) + top (n.). As a style of haircut, from 1956.

updated on October 10, 2017

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Definitions of flat-top from WordNet

flat-top (adj.)
having a flat or flattened upper surface;
Synonyms: flat-topped
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