Definition of flatlet in English:

flatlet

noun

  • See flat

    • ‘The revamped premises, incorporating 40 flatlets and a brand new crèche, were opened by the then mayor, Derek Burke, in May 2000.’
    • ‘An application has been lodged to turn a derelict printworks on Clare Street into six self-supported flatlets for 16 and 17 year-old boys who have recently left care or have problems living alone.’
    • ‘Some hostels are to be converted into flatlets accommodating two to six people.’
    • ‘The original plan entailed joining two rooms to create a single flatlet but this required the displacement of half the households.’

Pronunciation

flatlet

/ˈflatlət/