Definition of flatette in English:

flatette

noun

Australian
  • A very small apartment.

    ‘she was renting a downstairs flatette’
    • ‘The house where I first lived on my own was divided into five flatettes and inhabited by eight people.’
    • ‘Most of the accommodation available should be flatette-style rather than the all-services-provided type of hostel.’
    • ‘There is a fully-furnished studio flatette separate from the main house.’
    • ‘You will remember the smell of his hands in the wet flatette.’
    • ‘He would never have stayed on in his rundown flatette if it hadn't been located on an old bomb site.’
    • ‘The pile of newspapers had filled the flatette with a terrible burning smell.’
    • ‘My flatette -- it isn't really big enough to be called a flat -- is a cosy home.’
    • ‘There was a short flight of timber stairs inside leading to the little flatette that I'd leased.’
    • ‘They made love until the tenants of the flatette next door banged on the wall and told them to shut up.’
    • ‘He moved out of his small bed-sitting room and we took a larger flatette in the Bay area.’

Origin

Early 20th century: from flat + -ette.

Pronunciation

flatette

/flaˈtɛt/