Pronunciation of Beat
/bˈiːt/, /bˈiːt/, /b_ˈiː_t/
Synonyms for beat:
Amber alert, pulmonary vein, blanch, lard, lymph node, treble, melt down, palpitations, atheroma, half step, minim, Neighborhood Watch, Viral Load, worn down, ingot, double flat, whole note, ekg, circulation, dragnet, infarction, vena cava, outmatch, re, marinate, drumbeat, preen, sock, platelet, see off, fa, abo system, bloodstream, frisk, bump into, head-butt, electronic monitoring, slap around, composite, key, aorta, pat down, entrapment, take apart, forensic, downbeat, dominate, grace note, note, corpuscle, wearied, jugular, vital signs, shut down, slaughter, spleen, music, steamroller, ticker, homing instinct, sixteenth note, blood clotting, serum, harmonic, infestation, pat, atrium, Rh Factor, glance off, whitewash, Filings, bleeding, manhunt, watchdog, warble, mix, semibreve, molt, filigree, blood group, vibrato, pressure point, artery, strip search, quarter note, tremolo, horsewhip, root, gold leaf, rogues' gallery, Policing, sift, detection, agent provocateur, coronary, cosh, double sharp, blood cells, blow out, shuck, clop, heart attack, frost, quaver, splat, Sol-fa, natural, fatigued, thresh, heart, gore, red blood cell, semiquaver, plasma, vein, dish up, persecute, pulmonary artery, ti, APB, capillary, tenor, value, half note, sharp, fagged, cardiac arrest, surveillance, blood type, metal fatigue, cardiology, clobber, law enforcement, infuse, clip-clop, massacre, rhesus factor, anvil, tone, coronary thrombosis, conk, hemoglobin, metalwork, butter, route, silversmith, polish off, drub, lifeblood, warm through, preheat, patrol, stoop, pummel, range, blood, tenderize, bass, welder, clunk, gold dust, liquidize, crowd out, blood sugar, roll over, blood clot, middle c, burnish, white blood cell, silver-plate, carotid artery, anticoagulant, blacksmith, twitter, carve, flat, avenge, souse, verdigris, Pooped, octave, checkpoint, prevail, blood count, tired out, semitone, tamp, interval, pollinate, gamma globulin, ventricle, smithy, bullion, karat, forensics, chord, smash in, blood vessel, E-FIT, leucocyte, coronary artery, Half-tone, all-points bulletin, stakeout, mug shot, eighth note, outface, tonic, evidence, la, scale, mi, smelt, drumming, cholesterol, roadblock, sol, so, embolism, edge out, pitch, sheet metal, lymphocyte, fingerprint, grace, beat on, murmur, polygraph, shut out, blood product, clampdown, crotchet, tuckered, blood pressure, macerate, ironwork, heart failure.
enrich, fold in, sing, done in, eliminate, weary, department, hatch, ladle, tail, hurt, hallmark, dethrone, infest, F, weld, brood, bean, pewter, edge, water down, go ahead, peck, flatten, assail, ruffle, crucible, pare, print, register, frequency, roost, police, reconstitute, solder, wiring, whale at, dice, rundown, bonk, marinade, fortify, path, blow away, outrun, fight back, lay about one, clot, dredge, G, fillet, pipe, rub in, plump, weep, slap down, pinch-hit, nugget, cry, steamroll, clangor, annihilate, sideline, Weariful, scraping, hammer, thaw, jangle, bludgeon, ricochet, bleary, butchery, rain, cuff, lurch, D.
cube, garnish, lick, exhausted, preface, clue, cream, chink, waggle, peel, flay, migrate, leaf, grease, metal, spent, B, whisk, outshine, skunk, perch, hemorrhage, blitz, elbow, slog, juice, mince, buffet, C, brain, worn-out, gut, wear down, pepper, flake, temper, clean up, truss, hop, grate, hammering, drizzle, baste, hull, clock.
Other synonyms and related words:
turn, churn, flog, wallop, belabor, flagellate, flap, get, pound, do in, thresh, cozen, throw, stick, mill, hammer, exhausted, accent, thrash, sharp, scourge, bruise, whisk, pluck, sting, cycle, run, lay on, rap, lash, all in, flat, strike, larrup, whop, knock, defraud, bushed, bout, skin, stump, smite, bang, baste, flop, palpitate, route, pummel, flail, buffet, drub, bohemian, pommel, lambaste, beating, tired, gravel, round, nonplus, pelt, spank, lick, thump, chisel, fatigued, batter.
very tired (adjective)
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
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Sense 8 (noun)
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Sense 15 (noun)
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Sense 17 (noun)
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Sense 20 (noun)
area of responsibility (noun)
patrol, route, circuit, precinct, path.
theater, campus, area, battlefield, bailiwick, pen, circuit, ring, domain, colosseum, auditorium, field, hippodrome, precinct, enclosure, amphitheater, province, circus, locale, turf, ground, arena, setting, region, room, courtyard, realm, gallery, stage, hall, dominion, circle, battle-ground, gymnasium.
whack, tremble, lash, stir, cudgel, club, smack, swing, batter, subdue, wham, thump, overpower, forge, outplay, flay, blend, worst, clobber, outstrip, whisk, thrash, wallop, lambast, outsmart, punch, excel, flutter, bash, overwhelm, strike, transcend, rout, trounce, pummel, palpitate, overcome, quake, flap, dash, annihilate, vanquish, surpass, strap, bruise, exceed, pelt, whip, slaughter, belt, lick, pulse, shake, biff, flog, slap, hammer, buffet, mix, defeat, outrun, knock, pound, thwack, HIT, welt, pulsate, quiver, conquer, outdo, clout, outwit, best, vibrate, drub, bang, throb, subjugate, swipe.
beat up (noun)
wearied, batter, cadence, bang, circuit, measure, route, vibration, thump, fatigued, assault, pulsation, round, pulse, tired, rhythm, knock around, exhausted, strike, HIT, palpitation, throb, flutter, blow, accent, path, territory, metre, journey, time.
blow, stroke (noun)
town, locality, plot, shire, commonweal, county, earldom, zone, canton, kingdom, state, territory, lot, neighborhood, sector, dukedom, place, district, municipality, borough, riding, empire, tract, nation, country, duchy, division, parcel, quarter, colony, city.
predominate, foil, overthrow, overpower, outdo, humble, master, subdue, whip, surmount, conquer, quell, trump, overcome, outplay, overturn, trounce, checkmate, defeat, triumph, capture, subject, vanquish, win, crush, rout.
defeat, surpass (verb)
Predominated, won, mastered, vanquished, defeated, foiled, Triumphed, Outdid, Overcame, overturned, overthrown, surmounted, Trounced, humbled, Whipped, Trumped, subdued, crushed, quelled, beaten, conquered, Checkmated, outdone, Captured, overpowered, Subjected, routed, outplayed, Overthrew.
injure by striking (verb)
trounce, clout, lambaste, bruise, club, spank, punish, drub, hammer, rap, whip, bat, pummel, thwack, bash, smack, flog, slug, wallop, thrash, buffet, castigate, crush, swat, mash, flail, bang, batter, knock, thresh, ram, belt, cudgel, pelt, lick, flagellate.
vibrated, Ticked, Pulsated, Vacillated, Radiated, Undulated, pulsed, Throbbed, Bobbed, wobbled, Staggered, Swayed, Rocked, Oscillated, Trembled, teeter-tottered, Fluctuated, Wagged, Alternated, Tottered, seesawed.
Usage examples for beat:
- You ought to be able to beat us at this game." - "Tom Swift and his Undersea Search or, The Treasure on the Floor of the Atlantic", Victor Appleton.
- Her heart began to beat more quickly; for the first time in her life she did not know her child. - "The Front Yard", Constance Fenimore Woolson.
- You ought not to beat me because I told you the truth. - "King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table", Unknown.