Word: beat

Category: beat

Arts & Entertainment, Games, Sports

Related words: beat

the beat, how to beat, beat it, heart beat, fresh beat band, beats, skip beat, beat down, beat maker, city beat, helena beat, borderland beat, beat by dre, beat headphones, beat buy, beat the streak, beat the heat, angry birds

Synonyms: beat

hit, strike, batter, thump, bang, hammer, punch, knock, thrash, pound, pummel, slap, smack, rain blows on, assault, attack, abuse, cudgel, club, birch, wallop, belt, whup, bash, whack, thwack, clout, clobber, slug, tan, bop, sock, deck, plug, beat the living daylights out of, chastise, break on/upon/against, dash against, lash against, lap (upon), wash against, splash on/upon/against, roll upon, plash upon/against, lave against, forge, form, shape, mold, work, stamp, fashion, model, pulsate, pulse, palpitate, vibrate, throb, pump, thud, drum, pitter-patter, flap, flutter, thresh, wave, oscillate, whisk, mix, blend, whip, tread, tramp, trample, wear, flatten, press down, defeat, conquer, win against, get the better of, vanquish, trounce, rout, overpower, overcome, subdue, lick, wipe the floor with, cream, shellac, skunk, surpass, exceed, better, improve on, go one better than, eclipse, transcend, top, trump, cap, work over, beat up, scramble, tick, ticktock, crush, shell, beat out, nonplus, get, baffle, bewilder, puzzle, perplex, amaze, dumbfound, stick, flummox, mystify, gravel, vex, pose, stupefy, outsmart, outfox, outwit, overreach, circumvent, bunk, exhaust, tucker out, tucker, wash up, quiver, thrum

Translations: beat

spanish
batir, vencer, ritmo, pulso, latir


german
besiegen, erschöpft, herzschlag, runde, überlisten, ...

french
battit, percuter, battue, battirent, battement, ...

italian
bastonare, battere, battito, colpo, ritmo, ...

portuguese
bater, ritmo, pulsar, cadência, açoitar

dutch
polsslag, ritme, tel, pols, slaan, ...

russian
запороть, битье, колотить, перещеголять, отбивать, ...

norwegian
rytme, slag, hjerteslag

swedish
rytm, besegra

finnish
poljento, tykytys, hakkasivat, jyskyttää, rytmi, ...

danish
slå, hjerteslag, overvinde, rytme

czech
rytmus, úder, mlátit, vyklepat, úhoz, ...

polish
uderzenie, walić, uderzać, wygrać, pobić, ...

hungarian
lebegés, dobbanás, pumpoló, körjárat, ritmus, ...

turkish
darbe, ritim, nabız

greek
νικώ, δέρνω, χτυπώ

ukrainian
одбивати, відбивати, тіпати, перемагати

albanian
rrah, goditje

bulgarian
бия, победи, бие, победим, бият

belarusian
біць

estonian
pulss, taguma, halss

croatian
pulsiranje, potući, patrola, udarati

icelandic
sigra, berja

lithuanian
nugalėti, pulsas, čaižyti, ritmas

latvian
pulss, uzvarēt, sirdspuksti, iekarot, ritms, ...

macedonian
пулсот

romanian
puls, ritm

slovenian
bít, biti, tolči

slovak
tep

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The meaning and "use of": beat

verb
  • strike (a person or an animal) repeatedly and violently so as to hurt or injure them, usually with an implement such as a club or whip.
  • defeat (someone) in a game, competition, election, or commercial venture.
  • succeed in getting somewhere ahead of (someone).
  • (of the heart) pulsate.
  • (of a bird) move (the wings) up and down.
  • stir (cooking ingredients) vigorously with a fork, whisk, or beater to make a smooth or frothy mixture.
  • leave.
  • sail into the wind, following a zigzag course with repeated tacking.

noun
  • a main accent or rhythmic unit in music or poetry.
  • an area allocated to a police officer to patrol.
  • a brief pause or moment of hesitation, typically one lasting a specified length.

adjective
  • completely exhausted.
  • of or relating to the beat generation or its philosophy.

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