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English Synonyms and Antonyms0.0 / 0 votes

  1. beat

    Strike is the word for a single blow; to beat is to strike repeatedly, as a bird beats the air with its wings. Others of the above words describe the manner of beating, as bastinado, to beat on the soles of the feet; belabor, to inflict a comprehensive and exhaustive beating; cudgel, to beat with a stick; thrash, as wheat was beaten out with the old hand-flail; to pound (akin to Latin pondus, a weight) is to beat with a heavy, and pommel with a blunt, instrument. To batter and to bruise refer to the results of beating; that is battered which is broken or defaced by repeated blows on the surface (compare synonyms for SHATTER); that is bruised which has suffered even one severe contusion. The metaphorical sense of beat, however, so far preponderates that one may be very badly bruised and battered, and yet not be said to be beaten, unless he has got the worst of the beating. To beat a combatant is to disable or dishearten him for further fighting. Hence beat becomes the synonym for every word which implies getting the advantage of another. Compare CONQUER.

    Almost all antonyms in this class are passive, and can be formed indefinitely from the conquering words by the use of the auxiliary be; as, be beaten, be defeated, be conquered, etc.

    Synonyms:
    bastinado, batter, belabor, bruise, castigate, chastise, conquer, cudgel, defeat, flog, overcome, pommel, pound, scourge, smite, spank, strike, surpass, switch, thrash, vanquish, whip, worst

    Antonyms:
    fail, fall, get the worst of, go down, go under, surrender

    Preposition:
    Beat with a stick over the head; beat by a trick; out of town; beat to the ground; into submission.

Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms0.0 / 0 votes

  1. beat

    Synonyms:
    strike, pound, batter, surpass, thrash, cudgel, overcome, defeat, conquer, worst, whack, belabor, vanquish

    Antonyms:
    defend, protect, shield, fall, shelter, surrender, stroke, caress, pat

Princeton's WordNet0.0 / 0 votes

  1. beat, roundnoun

    a regular route for a sentry or policeman

    "in the old days a policeman walked a beat and knew all his people by name"

    Synonyms:
    beatnik, metre, pulse, meter, heartbeat, rung, round of drinks, unit of ammunition, musical rhythm, measure, daily round, round, pulsation, circle, rhythm, one shot, round of golf, cycle, troll, cadence, turn, bout, stave

    Antonyms:
    rested

  2. pulse, pulsation, heartbeat, beatnoun

    the rhythmic contraction and expansion of the arteries with each beat of the heart

    "he could feel the beat of her heart"

    Synonyms:
    beatnik, instant, metre, pulse, meter, impulse, heartbeat, flash, musical rhythm, split second, round, pulsation, heart rate, wink, rhythm, measure, pulsing, jiffy, cadence, blink of an eye, pulse rate, trice, twinkling

    Antonyms:
    rested

  3. rhythm, beat, musical rhythmnoun

    the basic rhythmic unit in a piece of music

    "the piece has a fast rhythm"; "the conductor set the beat"

    Synonyms:
    beatnik, speech rhythm, metre, pulse, calendar method of birth control, meter, heartbeat, pulsation, cycle, round, musical rhythm, rhythm, measure, rhythm method of birth control, regular recurrence, rhythm method, cadence, calendar method

    Antonyms:
    rested

  4. beatnoun

    a single pulsation of an oscillation produced by adding two waves of different frequencies; has a frequency equal to the difference between the two oscillations

    Synonyms:
    measure, beatnik, cadence, musical rhythm, round, metre, heartbeat, pulse, rhythm, meter, pulsation

    Antonyms:
    rested

  5. beatnik, beatnoun

    a member of the beat generation; a nonconformist in dress and behavior

    Synonyms:
    measure, beatnik, cadence, pulse, round, metre, heartbeat, meter, musical rhythm, rhythm, pulsation

    Antonyms:
    rested

  6. beatnoun

    the sound of stroke or blow

    "he heard the beat of a drum"

    Synonyms:
    measure, beatnik, cadence, musical rhythm, round, metre, heartbeat, pulse, rhythm, meter, pulsation

    Antonyms:
    rested

  7. meter, metre, measure, beat, cadencenoun

    (prosody) the accent in a metrical foot of verse

    Synonyms:
    measure, standard, time, metre, pulse, meter, quantity, amount, mensuration, measuring, criterion, musical rhythm, m, round, pulsation, step, bill, rhythm, measurement, bar, beatnik, heartbeat, cadency, cadence, measuring rod, touchstone, measuring stick

    Antonyms:
    rested

  8. beatnoun

    a regular rate of repetition

    "the cox raised the beat"

    Synonyms:
    measure, beatnik, cadence, musical rhythm, round, metre, heartbeat, pulse, rhythm, meter, pulsation

    Antonyms:
    rested

  9. beatnoun

    a stroke or blow

    "the signal was two beats on the steam pipe"

    Synonyms:
    measure, beatnik, cadence, musical rhythm, round, metre, heartbeat, pulse, rhythm, meter, pulsation

    Antonyms:
    rested

  10. beatadjective

    the act of beating to windward; sailing as close as possible to the direction from which the wind is blowing

    Synonyms:
    measure, beatnik, cadence, musical rhythm, round, metre, heartbeat, pulse, rhythm, meter, pulsation

    Antonyms:
    rested

  11. all in(p), beat(p), bushed(p), dead(p)verb

    very tired

    "was all in at the end of the day"; "so beat I could flop down and go to sleep anywhere"; "bushed after all that exercise"; "I'm dead after that long trip"

    Antonyms:
    rested

  12. beat, beat out, crush, shell, trounce, vanquishverb

    come out better in a competition, race, or conflict

    "Agassi beat Becker in the tennis championship"; "We beat the competition"; "Harvard defeated Yale in the last football game"

    Synonyms:
    tucker out, reproof, wash up, chide, thump out, mystify, pound, tap out, lash, mash, call on the carpet, ticktack, reprimand, pulsate, amaze, thump, flog, smash, stick, beat up, trounce, outfox, thrum, husk, jam, slash, berate, lecture, strap, dumbfound, stupefy, exhaust, overreach, flap, rag, crush, blast, oppress, outwit, bewilder, dress down, squelch, squeeze, scramble, remonstrate, flummox, vanquish, get, perplex, whip, outsmart, baffle, jaw, rebuke, pose, vex, call down, suppress, lambast, circumvent, work over, chew up, bunk, gravel, drum, squash, chew out, take to task, welt, break down, puzzle, lather, bawl out, quiver, tucker, lambaste, demolish, ticktock, beat out, have words, scold, shell, tick, nonplus

    Antonyms:
    rested

  13. beat, beat up, work oververb

    give a beating to; subject to a beating, either as a punishment or as an act of aggression

    "Thugs beat him up when he walked down the street late at night"; "The teacher used to beat the students"

    Synonyms:
    exhaust, stupefy, baffle, stick, perplex, vanquish, rally, get, drum up, mystify, flummox, outwit, circumvent, tick, nonplus, trounce, pulsate, drum, beat up, bunk, dumbfound, tucker out, flap, beat out, gravel, thump, ticktack, outsmart, thrum, ticktock, amaze, quiver, pound, work over, puzzle, overreach, bewilder, crush, tucker, vex, wash up, outfox, pose, scramble, shell

    Antonyms:
    rested

  14. beatverb

    hit repeatedly

    "beat on the door"; "beat the table with his shoe"

    Synonyms:
    exhaust, stupefy, baffle, stick, perplex, vanquish, get, mystify, flummox, outwit, circumvent, tick, nonplus, trounce, pulsate, drum, beat up, bunk, dumbfound, tucker out, flap, beat out, gravel, thump, ticktack, outsmart, thrum, ticktock, amaze, quiver, pound, work over, puzzle, overreach, bewilder, crush, tucker, vex, wash up, outfox, pose, scramble, shell

    Antonyms:
    rested

  15. beat, pound, thumpverb

    move rhythmically

    "Her heart was beating fast"

    Synonyms:
    exhaust, stupefy, baffle, stick, perplex, vanquish, get, pound up, mystify, ram, flummox, impound, outwit, lumber, circumvent, tick, poke, nonplus, trounce, pulsate, drum, beat up, bunk, dumbfound, tucker out, flap, beat out, gravel, thump, ticktack, outsmart, thrum, ticktock, amaze, ram down, quiver, pound, work over, thud, puzzle, overreach, bewilder, crush, tucker, vex, pound off, wash up, outfox, pose, scramble, shell

    Antonyms:
    rested

  16. beatverb

    shape by beating

    "beat swords into ploughshares"

    Synonyms:
    exhaust, stupefy, baffle, stick, perplex, vanquish, get, mystify, flummox, outwit, circumvent, tick, nonplus, trounce, pulsate, drum, beat up, bunk, dumbfound, tucker out, flap, beat out, gravel, thump, ticktack, outsmart, thrum, ticktock, amaze, quiver, pound, work over, puzzle, overreach, bewilder, crush, tucker, vex, wash up, outfox, pose, scramble, shell

    Antonyms:
    rested

  17. drum, beat, thrumverb

    make a rhythmic sound

    "Rain drummed against the windshield"; "The drums beat all night"

    Synonyms:
    baffle, exhaust, stupefy, circumvent, stick, strum, crush, vanquish, get, bone up, mystify, outfox, flummox, outwit, hum, tick, nonplus, trounce, grind away, drum, beat up, bunk, swot up, tucker out, flap, mug up, beat out, dumbfound, gravel, swot, thump, ticktack, amaze, thrum, work over, overreach, ticktock, puzzle, quiver, get up, pound, bone, pulsate, cram, bewilder, perplex, tucker, vex, wash up, outsmart, pose, scramble, shell

    Antonyms:
    rested

  18. beatverb

    glare or strike with great intensity

    "The sun was beating down on us"

    Synonyms:
    exhaust, stupefy, baffle, stick, perplex, vanquish, get, mystify, flummox, outwit, circumvent, tick, nonplus, trounce, pulsate, drum, beat up, bunk, dumbfound, tucker out, flap, beat out, gravel, thump, ticktack, outsmart, thrum, ticktock, amaze, quiver, pound, work over, puzzle, overreach, bewilder, crush, tucker, vex, wash up, outfox, pose, scramble, shell

    Antonyms:
    rested

  19. beat, flapverb

    move with a thrashing motion

    "The bird flapped its wings"; "The eagle beat its wings and soared high into the sky"

    Synonyms:
    roll, exhaust, stupefy, baffle, stick, perplex, vanquish, get, pother, mystify, flummox, outwit, circumvent, tick, wave, nonplus, trounce, pulsate, drum, beat up, bunk, dumbfound, tucker out, flap, beat out, gravel, thump, ticktack, outsmart, thrum, ticktock, amaze, quiver, pound, work over, undulate, puzzle, dither, overreach, bewilder, crush, tucker, vex, wash up, outfox, pose, scramble, shell

    Antonyms:
    rested

  20. beatverb

    sail with much tacking or with difficulty

    "The boat beat in the strong wind"

    Synonyms:
    exhaust, stupefy, baffle, stick, perplex, vanquish, get, mystify, flummox, outwit, circumvent, tick, nonplus, trounce, pulsate, drum, beat up, bunk, dumbfound, tucker out, flap, beat out, gravel, thump, ticktack, outsmart, thrum, ticktock, amaze, quiver, pound, work over, puzzle, overreach, bewilder, crush, tucker, vex, wash up, outfox, pose, scramble, shell

    Antonyms:
    rested

  21. beat, scrambleverb

    stir vigorously

    "beat the egg whites"; "beat the cream"

    Synonyms:
    exhaust, stupefy, baffle, stick, perplex, vanquish, get, mystify, flummox, shinny, jumble, outwit, circumvent, tick, sputter, nonplus, trounce, pulsate, skin, clamber, drum, beat up, bunk, dumbfound, tucker out, flap, struggle, beat out, gravel, thump, ticktack, outsmart, thrum, ticktock, amaze, quiver, throw together, pound, work over, puzzle, overreach, bewilder, crush, tucker, vex, shin, wash up, outfox, pose, scramble, shell

    Antonyms:
    rested

  22. beatverb

    strike (a part of one's own body) repeatedly, as in great emotion or in accompaniment to music

    "beat one's breast"; "beat one's foot rhythmically"

    Synonyms:
    exhaust, stupefy, baffle, stick, perplex, vanquish, get, mystify, flummox, outwit, circumvent, tick, nonplus, trounce, pulsate, drum, beat up, bunk, dumbfound, tucker out, flap, beat out, gravel, thump, ticktack, outsmart, thrum, ticktock, amaze, quiver, pound, work over, puzzle, overreach, bewilder, crush, tucker, vex, wash up, outfox, pose, scramble, shell

    Antonyms:
    rested

  23. beatverb

    be superior

    "Reading beats watching television"; "This sure beats work!"

    Synonyms:
    exhaust, stupefy, baffle, stick, perplex, vanquish, get, mystify, flummox, outwit, circumvent, tick, nonplus, trounce, pulsate, drum, beat up, bunk, dumbfound, tucker out, flap, beat out, gravel, thump, ticktack, outsmart, thrum, ticktock, amaze, quiver, pound, work over, puzzle, overreach, bewilder, crush, tucker, vex, wash up, outfox, pose, scramble, shell

    Antonyms:
    rested

  24. beat, bunkverb

    avoid paying

    "beat the subway fare"

    Synonyms:
    scarper, exhaust, stupefy, baffle, stick, perplex, vanquish, scat, get, mystify, flummox, take to the woods, run, outwit, circumvent, tick, escape, nonplus, trounce, pulsate, break away, head for the hills, drum, beat up, bunk, dumbfound, tucker out, flap, beat out, gravel, thump, ticktack, outsmart, hightail it, thrum, ticktock, amaze, quiver, lam, pound, fly the coop, work over, puzzle, overreach, bewilder, crush, turn tail, tucker, vex, run away, wash up, outfox, pose, scramble, shell

    Antonyms:
    rested

  25. tick, ticktock, ticktack, beatverb

    make a sound like a clock or a timer

    "the clocks were ticking"; "the grandfather clock beat midnight"

    Synonyms:
    baffle, exhaust, get, circumvent, stick, crush, vanquish, mark, mystify, flummox, retick, outwit, tick, nonplus, trounce, drum, beat up, bunk, dumbfound, tucker out, flap, perplex, beat out, gravel, thump, check off, ticktack, outsmart, amaze, thrum, ticktock, puzzle, quiver, check, click, pound, mark off, work over, pulsate, overreach, bewilder, tucker, vex, stupefy, wash up, outfox, tick off, pose, scramble, shell

    Antonyms:
    rested

  26. beat, flapverb

    move with a flapping motion

    "The bird's wings were flapping"

    Synonyms:
    roll, exhaust, stupefy, baffle, stick, perplex, vanquish, get, pother, mystify, flummox, outwit, circumvent, tick, wave, nonplus, trounce, pulsate, drum, beat up, bunk, dumbfound, tucker out, flap, beat out, gravel, thump, ticktack, outsmart, thrum, ticktock, amaze, quiver, pound, work over, undulate, puzzle, dither, overreach, bewilder, crush, tucker, vex, wash up, outfox, pose, scramble, shell

    Antonyms:
    rested

  27. beatverb

    indicate by beating, as with the fingers or drumsticks

    "Beat the rhythm"

    Synonyms:
    exhaust, stupefy, baffle, stick, perplex, vanquish, get, mystify, flummox, outwit, circumvent, tick, nonplus, trounce, pulsate, drum, beat up, bunk, dumbfound, tucker out, flap, beat out, gravel, thump, ticktack, outsmart, thrum, ticktock, amaze, quiver, pound, work over, puzzle, overreach, bewilder, crush, tucker, vex, wash up, outfox, pose, scramble, shell

    Antonyms:
    rested

  28. pulsate, beat, quiververb

    move with or as if with a regular alternating motion

    "the city pulsated with music and excitement"

    Synonyms:
    baffle, exhaust, stupefy, circumvent, stick, crush, vanquish, get, mystify, flummox, flitter, outwit, palpitate, tick, nonplus, trounce, pulsate, flutter, drum, beat up, bunk, dumbfound, tucker out, flap, flicker, perplex, beat out, gravel, waver, thump, ticktack, outsmart, thrum, throb, ticktock, amaze, quiver, pound, pulse, work over, quake, puzzle, overreach, bewilder, tucker, vex, wash up, outfox, pose, scramble, shell

    Antonyms:
    rested

  29. beatverb

    make by pounding or trampling

    "beat a path through the forest"

    Synonyms:
    exhaust, stupefy, baffle, stick, perplex, vanquish, get, mystify, flummox, outwit, circumvent, tick, nonplus, trounce, pulsate, drum, beat up, bunk, dumbfound, tucker out, flap, beat out, gravel, thump, ticktack, outsmart, thrum, ticktock, amaze, quiver, pound, work over, puzzle, overreach, bewilder, crush, tucker, vex, wash up, outfox, pose, scramble, shell

    Antonyms:
    rested

  30. beatverb

    produce a rhythm by striking repeatedly

    "beat the drum"

    Synonyms:
    exhaust, stupefy, baffle, stick, perplex, vanquish, get, mystify, flummox, outwit, circumvent, tick, nonplus, trounce, pulsate, drum, beat up, bunk, dumbfound, tucker out, flap, beat out, gravel, thump, ticktack, outsmart, thrum, ticktock, amaze, quiver, pound, work over, puzzle, overreach, bewilder, crush, tucker, vex, wash up, outfox, pose, scramble, shell

    Antonyms:
    rested

  31. beatverb

    strike (water or bushes) repeatedly to rouse animals for hunting

    Synonyms:
    exhaust, stupefy, baffle, stick, perplex, vanquish, get, mystify, flummox, outwit, circumvent, tick, nonplus, trounce, pulsate, drum, beat up, bunk, dumbfound, tucker out, flap, beat out, gravel, thump, ticktack, outsmart, thrum, ticktock, amaze, quiver, pound, work over, puzzle, overreach, bewilder, crush, tucker, vex, wash up, outfox, pose, scramble, shell

    Antonyms:
    rested

  32. outwit, overreach, outsmart, outfox, beat, circumventverb

    beat through cleverness and wit

    "I beat the traffic"; "She outfoxed her competitors"

    Synonyms:
    baffle, exhaust, stupefy, elude, circumvent, stick, perplex, vanquish, get, mystify, outfox, fudge, flummox, surround, outwit, tick, sidestep, hem in, nonplus, trounce, besiege, pulsate, drum, parry, beat up, bunk, dumbfound, tucker out, flap, duck, beat out, dodge, gravel, thump, evade, ticktack, put off, thrum, hedge, outmaneuver, ticktock, amaze, quiver, outmanoeuvre, pound, work over, puzzle, overreach, bewilder, crush, tucker, vex, beleaguer, wash up, skirt, outsmart, pose, scramble, shell

    Antonyms:
    rested

  33. perplex, vex, stick, get, puzzle, mystify, baffle, beat, pose, bewilder, flummox, stupefy, nonplus, gravel, amaze, dumbfoundverb

    be a mystery or bewildering to

    "This beats me!"; "Got me--I don't know the answer!"; "a vexing problem"; "This question really stuck me"

    Synonyms:
    drum, lay, take, cause, receive, get at, outfox, wash up, foil, start, besot, father, experience, mystify, pound, rile, stun, have, become, sustain, stay, put, scram, regulate, drive, start out, amaze, stimulate, sire, model, devil, cohere, sting, engender, get to, cleave, go, fix, scotch, pay back, annoy, stick, suffer, beat up, set about, trounce, get down, thrum, incur, posture, stick by, draw, contract, bring forth, grow, dumbfound, stupefy, exhaust, overreach, stick around, set out, agitate, flap, rag, crush, arrest, stick to, develop, outwit, throw, bring, bewilder, nettle, irritate, mother, set, personate, stir up, lodge, quiver, buzz off, catch, present, scramble, wedge, shake up, make, beget, puzzle, flummox, stand by, thump, cross, get, generate, bind, complicate, nark, find, outsmart, deposit, cling, obtain, vex, worry, pose, adhere, capture, position, aim, induce, ticktack, spoil, perplex, work over, tucker out, raise up, bother, bunk, gravel, begin, disturb, impersonate, fetch, discombobulate, circumvent, let, get under one's skin, frustrate, sit, astound, arrive, tick, produce, pulsate, convey, thwart, bond, acquire, come, bemuse, tucker, commove, pay off, bilk, astonish, ticktock, bugger off, beat out, hold fast, chafe, vanquish, shell, stay put, place, nonplus, commence, baffle

    Antonyms:
    rested

  34. exhaust, wash up, beat, tucker, tucker outverb

    wear out completely

    "This kind of work exhausts me"; "I'm beat"; "He was all washed up after the exam"

    Synonyms:
    baffle, exhaust, get, eat up, stick, crush, vanquish, play out, expel, wash up, eat, mystify, flummox, release, tire, outwit, circumvent, tick, nonplus, trounce, lave, ticktack, outfox, use up, drum, beat up, bunk, dumbfound, tucker out, flap, perplex, beat out, gravel, thump, do the dishes, run through, amaze, thrum, ticktock, puzzle, quiver, wipe out, pound, work over, pulsate, bewilder, overreach, discharge, run down, tucker, vex, stupefy, sap, eject, consume, outsmart, deplete, pose, scramble, shell

    Antonyms:
    rested

Dictionary of English Synonymes0.0 / 0 votes

  1. beatverb

    Synonyms:
    strike, knock, hit, thump, belabor, drub, maul, pommel, BASTE, thrash, thwack, bang, lay blows upon

  2. beatverb

    Synonyms:
    hammer, forge

  3. beatverb

    Synonyms:
    pound, bruise, pulverize, comminute, bray, break in pieces

  4. beatverb

    Synonyms:
    batter, smite, pelt, dash against

  5. beatverb

    Synonyms:
    conquer, overcome, subdue, vanquish, overpower, defeat, checkmate

  6. beatverb

    Synonyms:
    [Colloquial.] excel, surpass, outdo, cut out

  7. beatverb

    Synonyms:
    pulsate, throb

  8. beatverb

    Synonyms:
    dash, strike

  9. beatverb

    Synonyms:
    (Naut.) go against the wind, go a zigzag course

  10. beatnoun

    Synonyms:
    stroke, striking, blow

  11. beatnoun

    Synonyms:
    pulsation, throb, beating

  12. beatnoun

    Synonyms:
    round, course

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How to use beat in a sentence?

  1. Marco Rubio likely:

    Polls were wrong in Virginia, i would have beat (Trump) if I had another two days of campaigning.

  2. Herschel Walker:

    If you train hard, you'll not only be hard, you'll be hard to beat.

  3. Iyad Harab:

    I came here after I finished with events at Damascus Gate, after the march passed through... There were clashes here, and I came to film the young Jews. After they saw that I was filming, they came and told me' don't film.' Then they attacked me. Someone came and sprayed me with pepper spray or tear gas, I don't know exactly, i fell onto the ground, I couldn't see anything. And, after I fell, they came with sticks, they hit me in the head, the back, the leg. They knocked me down, and continued to beat me once I was on the ground. I want to emphasize that Israeli Police, I yelled and screamed, and Israeli Police were on site and didn't do anything. Israeli Police didn't move a finger.

  4. Kyrie Irving:

    Everything surrounding our team is just crazy to think that we're still in first place and we're still the team to beat, honestly, i feel like we're the team to beat. It's open season until we get into the playoffs. I have a lot more confidence than I think anyone realizes in our team and what's going on in our locker room.

  5. Ronald Higgs:

    He stuck that shotgun right here under my chin with his finger on the trigger, i said if you're going to effing kill Ronald Higgs you better do it now or I'm going to take this away from you and beat you to death with it.


Translations for beat

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  • ضَرَبَ, يخفق, انتصر, وجف, ربح, هَزَمَ, دقّ, نبضArabic
  • ritm, döyünməkAzerbaijani
  • ударыць, удараць, біць, пабіцьBelarusian
  • ритъм, побеждавам, бия, удрям, надвивам, тактBulgarian
  • tlouct, bít, bušit, mlátitCzech
  • hauen, schlagen, gewinnenGerman
  • διακρότημαGreek
  • batiEsperanto
  • aporrear, barloventear, derrotar, golpear, latir, percutir, revolver, vencer, batir, sacudir, pegarSpanish
  • زدنPersian
  • lyödä, uupunut, hakata, syke, vatkata, päihittää, loppu, tahti, luovia, voittaa, kierros, puhkiFinnish
  • battre, remonter au vent, vaincre, fouetterFrench
  • buailScottish Gaelic
  • היכהHebrew
  • पीटना, जीतना, मारनाHindi
  • megver, legyőzHungarian
  • զարկել, հաղթել, բաբախել, ծեծելArmenian
  • batarIdo
  • percuotere, pulsazione, colpire, pausa, ritmo, ronda, tempo, battere, battitoItalian
  • 勝つ, 叩く, 殴る, 勝利する, 打つJapanese
  • horaKikuyu, Gikuyu
  • វាយKhmer
  • 이기다, 치다Korean
  • battuo, pulso, verberoLatin
  • sistLatvian
  • kake, paopao, tuangau, ngongo, patupatu, tukituki, whakakakeMāori
  • биеMacedonian
  • അടിക്കുകMalayalam
  • rentakMalay
  • puls, overwinnen, kloppen, beat, slaan, mieters, uitgeput, ronde, afgemat, bekaf, zweving, ritme, verslaanDutch
  • slåNorwegian
  • pobić, uderzyć, bić, uderzaćPolish
  • abatido, bater, batidoPortuguese
  • maqayQuechua
  • bateRomanian
  • биение, ударить, размер, взбить, побить, лавировать, победить, бить, взбивать, ударять, побеждать, ритмRussian
  • वादयतिSanskrit
  • bȉti, би̏тиSerbo-Croatian
  • tĺcť, biťSlovak
  • tolči, premagati, tepsti, bítiSlovene
  • slå, slutkörd, vispa, besegraSwedish
  • chapaSwahili
  • బీట్Telugu
  • ตี, ชนะThai
  • битиUkrainian
  • مارنا, جیتنا, پیٹناUrdu
  • đập, thắng, đánhVietnamese
  • daflapön, flapön, leflapönVolapük

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