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flatmate

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishflatmateflat‧mate /ˈflætmeɪt/ noun [countable] British English  LIVE WITH somebodysomeone who shares a flat with one or more other people syn roommate American English
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flatmateBut a few years ago, there's no way Ray and his leggy friends would have been flatmates.That was the story I had later from one of her flatmates.They were investigating alleged deception by his flatmate, which he says he had nothing to do with.This is Roaslind, my flatmate.My flatmate moved out a month ago, and in that month I've used it as an excuse to binge.You can't have a party without asking your flatmate first.I hope you've told your flatmate about me?
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