(v.) (of a person) cease heart function as registered on an eletro-cardiograph

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  • Flatline — (Abk. FTL u. FTM für Mic Division) war zumindest bis zum 20. April 2005 eine Top Gruppe der deutschen Film Raubkopierer Szene. Geschichte Bei zehn gleichzeitigen Hausdurchsuchungen in West und Norddeutschland wurde die Gruppe zerschlagen und die… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • flatline — UK US /ˈflætlaɪn/ verb [I] ► to remain at the same, usually low, level: »For the past two years, both the job market and house prices have flatlined in the area. »The party has spent the last three months flatlining with a 34% popularity rating… …   Financial and business terms

  • flatline — (v.) by 1998, from the flat line on an electrocardiogram or electroencephalogram when the patient is dead. Related: Flatlined; flatlining …   Etymology dictionary

  • flatline — flat|line1 [ flæt,laın ] noun uncount INFORMAL a situation in which someone or something is dead or no longer operating: go flatline: Over demand has caused free Internet access to go flatline. flatline flat|line 2 [ flæt,laın ] verb intransitive …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • flatline — UK [ˈflætˌlaɪn] / US verb [intransitive] Word forms flatline : present tense I/you/we/they flatline he/she/it flatlines present participle flatlining past tense flatlined past participle flatlined informal 1) to die 2) mainly journalism to fall… …   English dictionary

  • Flatline — A flatline is an electrical time sequence measurement that shows no activity and therefore when represented, shows a flat line instead of a moving one. It almost always refers to either a flatlined electrocardiogram, where the heart shows no… …   Wikipedia

  • flatline — intransitive verb Date: 1980 1. a. to register on an electronic monitor as having no brain waves or heartbeat b. die 2. a. to be in a state of no progress or advancement b. to come to an end • flatliner noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • flatline — 1. noun a) asystole; the absence of heart contractions b) the disappearance of the rhythmic peaks displayed on a heart monitor 2 …   Wiktionary

  • flatline — Australian Slang v (of a person) cease heart function as registered on an eletro cardiograph …   English dialects glossary

  • flatline — flat|line [ˈflætlaın] v be flatlining to be at a low level or standard that is neither increasing nor decreasing ▪ The Tories have been flatlining in the polls for the last three months …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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