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  1. beat

    • IPA[bēt]

    美式

    • v.
      strike (a person or an animal) repeatedly and violently so as to hurt or injure them, typically with an implement such as a club or whip;strike (an object) repeatedly so as to make a noise
    • n.
      a main accent or rhythmic unit in music or poetry;a strong rhythm in popular music
    • adj.
      completely exhausted;relating to the beat generation or its philosophy
    • noun: beat, plural noun: beats

    • verb: beat, 3rd person present: beats, gerund or present participle: beating, past tense: beat, past participle: beaten

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    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. strike (a person or an animal) repeatedly and violently so as to hurt or injure them, typically with an implement such as a club or whip:

      if we were caught we were beaten

      the victims were beaten to death with baseball bats

    • 2. strike (an object) repeatedly so as to make a noise:

      he beat the table with his hand

    • 3. (of an instrument) make a rhythmical sound by being struck:

      drums were beating in the distance

    • 4. strike (a carpet, blanket, etc.) repeatedly in order to remove dust:

      upright cleaners have a motorized head which beats the carpet to loosen the dirt

    • 5. flatten or shape (metal) by striking it repeatedly with a hammer:

      pure gold can be beaten out to form very thin sheets

    • 6. strike something against (something):

      she beat her fists against the wood

    • 7. strike repeatedly on:

      Sidney beat on the door with the flat of his hand

    • 8. make striking movements toward:

      Emmie seized the hearthrug and began to beat at the flames

    • 9. move across (an area of land) repeatedly striking at the ground cover in order to raise game birds for shooting.
    • 10. defeat (someone) in a game, competition, election, or commercial venture:

      she beat him easily at chess

      the Senators beat out the Yankees for the 1933 pennant

    • 11. overcome (a problem or disease):

      he beat heroin addiction in 1992

      they are investing their savings in hopes of beating inflation

    • 12. do or be better than (a record or score):

      he beat his own world record

    • 13. be better than:

      you can't beat the taste of fresh raspberries

    • 14. baffle:

      it beats me how you manage to work in this heat

    • 15. succeed in getting somewhere ahead of (someone):

      the goalie beat him to the ball

      I could beat him on my bicycle

    • 16. take action to avoid (difficult or inconvenient effects of an event or circumstance):

      they set off early to beat the traffic

    • 17. (of the heart) pulsate:

      her heart beat faster with panic

    • 18. (of a bird) move (the wings) up and down:

      doves wheel around the rooftops, beating their wings

    • 19. (of a bird) fly making rhythmic wing movements:

      an owl beat low over the salt marsh

    • 20. stir (cooking ingredients) vigorously with a fork, whisk, or beater to make a smooth or frothy mixture:

      beat the butter until light and fluffy

      beat the cream into the mixture

    • 21. leave:

      now beat it, will you!

    • 22. sail into the wind, following a zigzag course with repeated tacking:

      we beat southward all that first day

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a main accent or rhythmic unit in music or poetry:

      the glissando begins on the second beat

    • 2. a strong rhythm in popular music:

      the music changed to a funky disco beat

    • 3. a regular, rhythmic sound or movement:

      the beat of the wipers became almost hypnotic

    • 4. the sound made when something, especially a musical instrument, is struck:

      he heard the beat of a drum

    • 5. a pulsation of the heart.
    • 6. a periodic variation of sound or amplitude due to the combination of two sounds, electrical signals, or other vibrations having similar but not identical frequencies.
    • 7. the movement of a bird's wings:

      the beat of the swallow's wings as they dive after midges

    • 8. an area allocated to a police officer to patrol:

      public clamor for more police officers on the beat

      a patrolman who strived to make his beat a safe one

    • 9. a spell of duty allocated to a police officer:

      her beat ended at 6 a.m.

    • 10. an area regularly frequented by someone, typically a prostitute:

      a few, new to their beat, looked at him with interest

    • 11. a person's area of interest:

      his beat is construction, property, and hotels

    • 12. a brief pause or moment of hesitation, typically one lasting a specified length:

      she waited for a beat of three seconds

    • 13. short for beatnik
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. completely exhausted:

      I'm dead beat

    • 2. relating to the beat generation or its philosophy:

      beat poet Allen Ginsberg

    • past participle of beat
    • adj.
      having been defeated:
    • last year's beaten finalist

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    • past participle of beat
    • adj.
      having been defeated:
    • I knew when I was beaten

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    • n. a punishment or assault in which the victim is hit repeatedly:

    • if he got dirt on his clothes he'd get a beating

      torture methods included beating

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    • n. a punishment or assault in which the victim is hit repeatedly:

    • if he got dirt on his clothes he'd get a beating

      torture methods included beating

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    • n. the number of beats per second, equal to the difference in the frequencies of two interacting tones or oscillations:

    • amplitude modulated beat frequency

      a beat frequency oscillator

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    • ph. (of the sun) radiate intense heat and brightness

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    • ph. (of a man) masturbate

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    • adj. (of a thing) worn out by overuse; in a state of disrepair.

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    • IPA[biːt]

    英式

    • v.
      strike (a person or an animal) repeatedly and violently so as to hurt or injure them, typically with an implement such as a club or whip:
    • if we were caught we were beaten

      the victims were beaten to death with baseball bats

    • n.
      a main accent or rhythmic unit in music or poetry:
    • the glissando begins on the second beat
    • adj.
      completely exhausted:
    • I'm beat—I need an hour or so to rest

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