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How to Pronounce Flatterers: Learn how to pronounce Flatterers in English correctly

Learn how to say Flatterers correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word flatter:

[with object]
lavish praise and compliments on (someone), often insincerely and with the aim of furthering one’s own interests:
she was flattering him in order to avoid doing what he wanted
cause (someone) to feel honoured and pleased:
[with object and infinitive]:
I was very flattered to be given the commission
[with object and clause]:
she felt flattered that he was confiding in her
(flatter oneself) choose to believe something favourable about oneself, typically when this belief is unfounded:
‘Don’t flatter yourself! I wasn’t doing it for your benefit!’
give an unrealistically favourable impression of:
the final scoreline flattered England
(of a colour or a style of clothing) cause (someone) to appear to the best advantage:
the fuchsia shade flattered her pale skin
archaic please (the ear or eye):
the beauty of the stone flattered the clergyman’s eyes
flatter to deceive
appear promising but ultimately disappoint.
Middle English: perhaps a back-formation from flattery