English vocabulary and translations (See all)
to flatter: to give compliments, praise or admiration
UK: I'd like a hairstyle that flatters my face, please.
US: They flattered me by complimenting my singing.
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- "Philip : Polly, you're flattering me."
- "In response to your letter of the 15th of this month, I am duly flattered by your proposal."
- "Susie : Mr. Mayor, I must admit I'm flattered, even a little curious, but this is neither the time nor the place for-"
- "I'm truly flattered!"
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