''beat out''versus ''lost out to''
'to pound' and 'to beat with a strong and quick rhythm'
(To) Beat To The Punch + ON/WITH
A beat girl
A beat on something
A drunk man beat the bartender for nothing.
"a little beat"
a low beat
a poor 'beat' cop
a question about working the beat
along the beat
America is my beat
apt to beat over matters
assigned to a beat
At each race meeting Hawkins desperately ?strives? to beat Owen, but he always arrives at the tape a split-second behind.
awareness of heart beat
badly beat the other team
beat ... hard
beat .... to market
beat (in massage)
beat (on) electric drums
beat / beaten (verb)
beat / hit
Beat / Hit
beat a bargain with
beat a crust
beat a dead horse
Beat a march
beat a mile, five reels
beat a path to someone's door
beat a pathway for himself with his stick
Beat A to B
beat a treat
beat about the bush
Beat about the head and shoulders
beat all hell
Beat an offer Vs beat a sale
beat and swell of the ages
Beat around the bush
beat around the bush/beat about the bush
"beat" as a past participle ?
"beat at the limbs" and "falling over logs"
beat by 3-0
Beat Crime Officer
beat down [baseball]
beat down on
beat down the price
Beat foul thought from someone
beat him away
beat him by canvas
beat him senseless
beat him with a rubber hose
beat his charges
beat his marker
beat it downstairs
Beat it up?
Beat man [reporter]
beat me in
Beat me to it
beat my foot on
beat off the ball
Beat on a western soundtrack
beat on the spin [football (soccer)]
beat one's head against <a stone / a brick wall>
beat one's head over something
<beat out> that she had gleaned [Bible]
beat sale price / undercut price
beat shoes that flap
beat someone at his/her own game
beat someone hollow (BrE), only defeat meaning?
beat someone to ...
beat someone to it vs beat someone to the punch
beat someone／something to＂die＂
beat the #$%^ out of
beat the air
Beat the air into submission
Beat the band
beat the brakes off [slang]
Beat the budget
beat the bulk
beat the cold
"beat the crap ~~"
beat the crap out of you
beat the crap out the book
beat the creep to oatmeal
beat the devil's tattoo
beat the dog before the lion
beat the draft
beat the footsteps
beat the hours
beat the juice out of the joint
beat the needle
beat the odds
beat the other agents to the huddle with
beat the rap
beat the rap [= Not have to pay?]
Beat the s*** out of me
beat the skirt off those 300 other girls
beat the socks off
beat the socks off........
beat the system, game the system
beat the word of
beat their specs.?
Beat this into the ground
beat to death
Beat To Death
beat up indians
beat up <the> punters / touch <the> dollies
beat up two of me
beat up: intransitive use?
beat up/beaten up
beat vs. win against
Beat x Bet verbs
beat you to the stairs
Beat yourself up
Beat, Slight beat
beat/beat someone up/beat up on someone
Beat/break the egg
beat/jump/avoid a fare
Being married to you sucked, but it beat being your
better-mousetrap and to beat
bit OR bitten, hid Or hidden, beat OR beaten
Bit vs. beat [pronunciation]
Boston children gather together and beat up <the> Jewish kids
but bar that all was quiet enough on the beat
Can´t let him beat me
can't beat a charcoal fire
can't beat that
can't beat the price
can't beat the rent
carry that beat?
catch me up vs beat me to it
Christ is curious about who beat that dog.
Clay went on to beat Liston
debt-beat ( deadbeat )
Defeat vs Beat [sports]
defeat you/ beat you
Did you ever hear the beat of it?
"Did you heat? Did you beat? " Do they sound idiomatic?
difference between trounce and beat/defeat
Do you stir or beat the egg?
Does the heart beat a moment?
Doesn’t beat anymore/isn’t beating anymore
Don't beat yourself up over your failure
Don't it beat a slow dance to death?
Don't they beat all! If they don't beat all!
Don't try to beat <it>, twist and defeat <it>
draw a beat
eat to the beat
effortlessly beat-up punk-rock tees
exhausted/ dead beat/bored/excited/concerned
Feel the beat <from / of> the tambourine.
for another beat or two
Get a beat on?
get beat up
get someone beat
Get the beat with someone
getting beat up
getting down to this sick beat
Go Navy, Beat Army
Gotta beat a bedsheet in a jail cell
had a boyfriend used to beat her up
having a 'beat'
He beat at the thought
He beat Philip's <hands clenched on the blanket>
he has "got that beat" ?
he has to beat his personal best
He is impossible to beat / to be beaten.
he just wanted to beat his head against the wall to die.
he laid down the tomtom down beat
He wouldn't manage so cockle to beat you
he's beat you three shades of blue for
he's imposed on this his own half-beat
"Hear your heart beat to the beat of the drums"
Heart Skips a Beat
heart still beat against corduroy
Her heart missed a beat
his eyes seemed to beat
Hit or beat at the same time
hit/beat with the silly stick - What does this phrase mean?
How do you beat a monologue from "Equus"
How <do/ will> you beat him?
How England beat India
how many times will your heart beat
I am hoping/hope to beat our competitors?
I am not beat
I <beat> Carmella to the door and flung it open.
I beat you to the bottom of the hill
I can beat the tailgate off a kid like you
I could beat you running clear around the track
I couldn't beat / I couldn't have beaten
I got a baseball bat if you really wanna beat yourself up
I had you beat [meaning]
I haven't beat that guy to work in eight years.
I know when I'm beat.
I lived to sounds: the beat of the trackers...
"I never did see the beat of that boy!"
I think I got a better beat on that than you do.
I was shikkered to beat the band [New Zealand slang]
I will beat your ass like a Cherokee drum
I'm beat, flat, worn out, tired, ... Tired in AE/BE?
I'm faster than you, I may even beat you there
I'm going to beat up
If it doesn't beat all.
If Jimmy scores in this match HE WILL BEAT/HAVE BEATEN Golding´s record.....
If they come again I will beat them up
If this [lot] could not beat Gordon Brown
If you can't lick 'em, join 'em or if you can´t beat ...
If you get the filing right I won't beat you!
If you had him beat wide
Is it ever OK to say "I beat." ?
Is it "got beat" or "got beaten"?
is the phone to beat
it can't be beat
It didn’t beat me but helped me develop perseverance.
It is when .. wants to ... beat into submission ... that a government....
Japan must not only beat...but the US cannot win
keep time//keep the beat
Knighted to the Order of Oranje-Nassau by Queen Beat
Last year Robert COULD beat his brother at chess. But he can't beat him now.
laugh to beat the band
laying leisurely explorations atop a steady funk beat
lazy <organ-laced> beat
make the beat keep time with little steps
march to the beat of political witches
Marching to a different quantum <beat>
Men beat women in strength?
miss a beat
miss a beat <vs> miss a heartbeat
Mix- stir - beat - whisk
moving the foot to the beat -- what do you call it?
Nadal beat Murray in the men's singles final by five sets to threes.
never skipped a beat
No ticket could be beat for the beautiful show of shows
not to beat you dead
Nothing can beat a hose for sheer volume of water!
Off the beat
Old age and treachery will always beat youth and exuberance
on the beat
on the beat's fault & on up the line
One never arranges enough to beat changes?
or skirt the wood and beat up our quarter
Organisms from algae to people have evolved to keep time with the planet’s light/dark beat
Outplay= Play better than or Beat?
pajama--beat up a pajama-clad journalist
past participle of beat
Past tense of beat
pay thousands for a beat on one of our rivers
Pepsi has Coke beat on income
Pete played well, but he couldn't beat Mike
pick up on beat regularities
Play it to the beat
Potential gains <beat> the risks involved
preterite of 'to beat'
Pretty hard to beat
pronunciation: beat [past and future]
pronunciation: long vowel followed by voiced consonant: eg, beat vs beam
provide the beat down
Racing to beat a midnight deadline
rack my brain, cudgel my brain, beat my brain
Roald Amundsen, the explorer who <beat Scott to the Pole>
rushed to beat cut to export incentive
rushed to beat cut to export incentive, gap
Scramble eggs Vs beat eggs
Shuffle a boogie beat
skip a beat
slap, hit, and beat
slap, hit, beat
So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceasele
someone who knows his or her beat?
something has me beat there vs. something beats me there
still on his beat
such as it is, can't be beat
Sugar cane is USED To be EATEN AND BEATEN or BEAT..??
Synonym of 'beat' when the score is 5-0
take a beat
take somebody off somebody's beat
taut staccato beat
team A beat team B ; scores
that beat the United States into space
The Beat Goes On
The beat of someone for doing something
The boys beat girls in physics in my class.
the celebration involves a great way to beat the heat
The dog beat me home.
The expression 'be hard to beat'
<The> rain beat against the window.
The thunders keep drumming out the beat
the witch's laughter beat
there are rhymes, but not on the beat
these guys would rather beat me
They got the beat.
think for a beat
This scene is beat.
threatening to beat me til I <roped like okra>
to a beat
to bash the beat
To beat all tarnation
to beat down, cut away, or otherwise lower, so as to leave a figure in relief
To beat in time with a clock
To beat on somebody
to beat someone up
To beat someone's head off
to beat the book
to beat the cats
to beat the concrete bushes
to beat the dust off from/of his coat
to beat the hand of history
to beat the hell out of…
to beat the sauce out of someone
to beat the streets
to beat themselves into the day
to beat time
try to beat
walks to the Bhangra beat
wanted to beat each other
waves beat <all along> the shore
We beat on
we make and beat budgets
Where quinoa has barley beat is on gluten-free diets.
who wore her certitude like a beat-up leather jacket
Why beat around the bush?
Win and Beat
Won't be beat.
work the beat
worked the beat
worn and beat down
wouldn't beat oneself up?
Wouldn't that beat all, though?
wrestler beat his (enemy?)
Yo I got the hit that beat the block
You Beat It To Me
You beat me.
"You can't beat that."
You can't beat the atmosphere
"you can't beat the vitties"
you can’t beat fresh eggs
you cannot beat our meat
You don't have a beauty without a beat.
You got me beat there.
you have no right to beat him [like/as] that
you'll beat him in it
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