beat

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 [ˈbiːt]


For the verb: "to beat"

Simple Past: beat
Past Participle: beaten

WordReference English Thesaurus © 2019
Sense: Tired
Synonyms:
weary , fatigued, worn out, exhausted , drained, knackered (UK), slang , shattered (slang), done in (slang), all in (slang), wiped out (slang), bushed (slang), tuckered out (US), plum tuckered (US), whacked (slang)
Sense: Unconventional
Synonyms:
Bohemian, beatnik, Left Bank, unconventional, free-spirited, nonconformist, poet, peacenik, hippie, radical, countercultural
Sense: A stroke
Synonyms:
thump , punch , strike , hit , lash , slap , swing , shake , blow , stroke , bang , smack , thwack
Sense: A throb
Synonyms:
pulsation, pulse , cadence, vibration, drum , throb, pound , thump , tick , oscillation, surge , ripple , impulse, undulation, palpitation, flutter , rhythm , tattoo , rat-a-tat, rat-a-tat-tat, pitapat, pitter-patter, heartbeat, pulsing
Sense: A unit of music
Synonyms:
accent , vibration, division , stress , measure , rhythm , meter , time , tempo , downbeat, upbeat , offbeat, stroke , cadence
Sense: To strike repeatedly
Synonyms:
pound , hammer , pummel, batter , whack , strike , hit , bang , drum , thump , knock , rap , thud , wallop, thwack, tap
Sense: To thrash
Synonyms:
punish , whip , flog, castigate, drub, club , trounce, spank , smite, scourge , switch , lash , slap , smack , punch , cuff , box , pummel, strap , birch , cane , flagellate, horsewhip, pistol-whip, buffet , beat up, give a thumping, lay on blows, rap , strike , hit , knock , lambaste, ram , pound , cudgel, bludgeon, bastinado, bat , flail, batter , maul, maltreat, belabor, clout , clobber, lace , bang , swat, thump , slug , beat black and blue, pound to a jelly, beat to a jelly, beat to a paste, hide , give it to, let have it, give a workout, whale , belt , sock , whack , trim , beat the tar out of, knock the tar out of, knock the daylights out of, knock the hell out of, knock the stuffing out of, lick the pants off of, larrup, wallop, lick , paste , bash , whang, lay into, baste, work over, rough up, thwack, whop, paddle , crown , lather, leather , tan , tan one's hide, knock one's block off, thrash, belabour, brain (slang), give a pasting to (slang), give a bruising to (slang)
Sense: To pulsate
Synonyms:
pound , thump , strike , throb, hammer , tick , ripple , flutter , flap , undulate, ebb and flow, vibrate, swing , palpitate, rise and fall, fluctuate, flicker , oscillate, pulse , dash against, buffet , pitapat, go pitapat
Sense: To worst
Synonyms:
overcome , surpass , conquer , defeat , best , vanquish, get one over on (slang), slaughter (slang), thrash (slang), crush (slang), win over, gain victory over, triumph over, outstrip, outshine, outperform, outclass, outdo, overwhelm , exceed , excel , finish ahead of, top , do better than
Sense: To mix
Synonyms:
stir , whip , whisk , mix , blend , whip up, froth, agitate, swizzle
Sense: To swindle
Synonyms:
defraud, cheat , dupe, deceive , swindle , con (slang), fool , take in, have (slang)

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