beat 是什么意思

beat的中文意思是: 击败

beat例句大全

  1. He beat me and I beat him, an eye for an eye.

    一报还一报。以牙还牙。(非“眼睛对眼睛”)

  2. You beat me in the race, but I'll beat you at tennis.

    赛跑你胜了我,但网球我要赢你。

  3. If we beat the bears today, they will beat us to death.

    如果今天我们打败了熊队,他们会把我们打死的。

  4. Cuba beat the Unified Team in the preliminary round and we beat Cuba.

    古巴队在预赛中战胜了联合队,而我们又战胜古巴队。

  5. Hopefully, my OFFICE block would beat, err, not beat, I mean , that time .

    我的“办公大楼”很有希望打破,呃,不是打破这一记录。

  6. Its wings beat slowly.

    它的翅膀缓慢拍动着。

  7. She beat him handily.

    她轻而易举地就打败了他。

  8. electrocardiograph Beat Pattern Recognition

    ECG心搏模式识别

  9. In large bowl , beat butter with sugar until fluffy ; beat in egg and peppermint.

    取一大盆,用电动打蛋器打发黄油和白糖,至羽毛状,再打入鸡蛋和薄荷精华。

  10. Tottenham is a good team, they beat Inter, they beat Milan, they have ambitions.

    热刺是一支很优秀的球队,他们击败了国米和米兰,他们雄心勃勃。

  11. I knew if I could beat my eating disorder , he could beat his drinking.

    我意识到,如果能改正自己的混乱饮食习惯,他也能戒酒。

  12. Break the eggs into a bowl and beat them lightly, then beat in the milk.

    把鸡蛋打成碗,轻轻地打,然后把牛奶打进去。

  13. I beat him at chess.

    我下棋赢了他。

  14. Those bullies beat him up.

    那些混混痛打了他一顿。

  15. It has a strong beat.

    它有一个强烈的拍子。

  16. We'll beat them back again.

    我们再把他们打回去。

  17. Hailstones beat against the window.

    冰雹落在窗户上。

  18. He beat a sheepish retreat.

    他窘迫不堪地撤退了。

  19. My heart missed a beat.

    我的心跳都停了。

  20. Severus's heart missed a beat.

    西弗勒斯的心脏停跳了一下。

  21. She beat up the eggs.

    她把鸡蛋打好了。

  22. Oh, how my heart beat!

    啊,我的心跳得这么厉害!

  23. Jack beat Tom into fits .

    杰克轻易地打败了汤姆。

  24. Who dares to beat me?

    打我的是谁?

  25. Who beat you to this?

    谁把你打成这样?

  26. This watch is in beat.

    这只表走得很均匀。

  27. His heart missed a beat.

    他的心跳停了一拍。

  28. Excitement beat in my ears.

    我兴奋得两耳嗡嗡作响。

  29. Can your tractors beat this?

    你们的拖拉机能打败他么?

  30. Evaluation on contractility on the sinus beat following a ventricular premature beat by using doppler

    应用多普勒超声心动图评价室早后第一个窦性搏动的收缩性

  31. You beat eggs with chopsticks.

    你用筷子打鸡蛋。

  32. Princeton beat Harvard at football.

    普林斯顿大学在橄榄球赛中胜了哈佛大学。

  33. Beat her and strangled her.

    揍了她后再扼死她。

  34. Everybody beat us every time .

    每次大家都超过我们。

  35. You can't beat his time ?

    你就不能打败他让他根本不出现?

  36. The sailing ship beat about.

    帆船逆风循锯齿状路线行驶。

  37. My rock beat your scissors.

    我的石头赢了你的剪刀。

  38. An English breakfast beat me.

    一顿英国早餐把我给难住了。

  39. Taylor beat Bernard Hopkins in July to win the middleweight championship, then beat him again in december

    泰勒在去年7月份击败伯纳德?霍普金斯后赢得中量级冠军,而后在12月份再次打败他。

  40. We beat them last season and we showed then that we can beat anyone in the tournament.

    上赛季我们击败了他们,我们向他们展示了我们可以在锦标赛中击败任何人。

beat中英翻译结果
出自:柯林斯词典

1
打;猛击
If you beat someone or something, you hit them very hard.
  1. My wife tried to stop them and they beat her...

    我妻子想阻止他们,他们就打了她。

  2. They were beaten to death with baseball bats.

    他们被人用棒球棒打死了。

2
(通常指多次或连续地)撞击,猛撞,拍打
To beat on, at, or against something means to hit it hard, usually several times or continuously for a period of time.
  1. There was dead silence but for a fly beating against the glass...

    当时一片寂静,只听见一只苍蝇不停地撞击着玻璃。

  2. Nina managed to free herself and began beating at the flames with a pillow...

    尼娜好不容易挣脱出来,拿起枕头用力扑打火焰。

  3. The rain was beating on the windowpanes.

    雨点拍打着窗玻璃。

3
(心脏、脉搏等)跳动
When your heart or pulse beats, it continually makes regular rhythmic movements.
  1. I felt my heart beating faster.

    我感觉我的心越跳越快。

4
敲,打,击(鼓等);(鼓等)敲响
If you beat a drum or similar instrument, you hit it in order to make a sound. You can also say that a drum beats .
  1. When you beat the drum, you feel good.

    敲鼓的时候感觉很好。

  2. ...drums beating and pipes playing.

    敲鼓和吹风笛

5
(音乐的)节奏
The beat of a piece of music is the main rhythm that it has.
  1. ...the thumping beat of rock music.

    摇滚乐强烈的节奏

  2. ...the dance beats of the last two decades.

    过去20年的舞曲节奏

6
(音乐的)拍子,节拍
In music, a beat is a unit of measurement. The number of beats in a bar of a piece of music is indicated by two numbers at the beginning of the piece.
  1. It's got four beats to a bar.

    一个小节有4拍。

7
搅拌;搅打
If you beat eggs, cream, or butter, you mix them thoroughly using a fork or beater.
  1. Beat the eggs and sugar until they start to thicken.

    把鸡蛋和白糖混在一起搅打至开始变稠。

8
拍打,拍动(翅膀);(翅膀)拍动
When a bird or insect beats its wings or when its wings beat, its wings move up and down.
  1. Beating their wings they flew off...

    它们拍打着翅膀飞走了。

  2. Its wings beat slowly.

    它的翅膀缓慢拍动着。

9
打败;击败;战胜
If you beat someone in a competition or election, you defeat them.
  1. In yesterday's games, Switzerland beat the United States two-one...

    在昨天的比赛中,瑞士以2比1击败美国。

  2. There are men who simply don't like being beaten by a woman...

    有些男人就是不想被女人打败。

  3. She was easily beaten into third place.

    她轻易落败,跌至第三。

10
打破(纪录等);超过; 突破
If someone beats a record or achievement, they do better than it.
  1. He was as eager as his Captain to beat the record.

    他和队长一样渴望打破这项纪录。

11
战胜(某个组织、问题、疾病等)
If you beat something that you are fighting against, for example an organization, a problem, or a disease, you defeat it.
  1. It became clear that the Union was not going to beat the government...

    情况已然明朗,工会无法和政府抗衡。

  2. They recognise that tough action offers the only hope of beating inflation...

    他们认识到这一严厉举措是战胜通货膨胀的唯一希望。

  3. Kate Jackson is expecting her first child at 43—two years after beating breast cancer.

    凯特·杰克逊在43岁的时候怀上了第一个孩子——那时她战胜乳腺癌已经有两年了。

12
(常指暂时)击退,中断,中止
If an attack or an attempt is beaten off or is beaten back, it is stopped, often temporarily.
  1. The rescuers were beaten back by strong winds and currents...

    救援人员因风浪太大而被迫中断工作。

  2. South Africa's ruling National Party has beaten off a right-wing challenge.

    南非执政的国民党已经击退了右翼分子的一次挑战。

13
好于;优于;胜于
If you say that one thing beats another, you mean that it is better than it.
  1. Being boss of a software firm beats selling insurance...

    当软件公司的老板比卖保险强多了。

  2. Nothing quite beats the luxury of soaking in a long, hot bath at the end of a tiring day...

    辛苦一天之后美美地泡个热水澡比什么都强。

  3. For an evening stroll the beach at Dieppe is hard to beat.

    傍晚散步去迪耶普的海滩简直是不二之选。

14
没有比…更好的;什么也比不上;最好的莫过于
If you say you can't beat a particular thing you mean that it is the best thing of its kind.
  1. You can't beat soap and water for cleansing.

    做清洁没有比用肥皂和水更好的了。

15
赶在…前面;抢先
To beat a time limit or an event means to achieve something before that time or event.
  1. They were trying to beat the midnight deadline...

    他们要努力赶在午夜的最后期限之前完成。

  2. Those who shop on Sunday to beat the rush are wasting their time.

    那些为了在抢购高峰前下手而在星期天购物的人是在浪费时间。

16
(警察的)辖区,巡逻区;(记者的)负责采访的区域
A police officer's or journalist's beat is the area for which he or she is responsible.
  1. The team police get to know the people in their patrol areas better than cops who must cover a larger beat.

    小分队的警察比那些负责大片区域的警察更了解自己管片的群众。

17
把…难住;使不明白;使无法解释
You use beat in expressions such as 'It beats me' or 'What beats me is' to indicate that you cannot understand or explain something.
  1. 'What am I doing wrong, anyway?' — 'Beats me, Lewis.'...

    “不管怎样,我到底做错了什么?”——“这我也不知道,刘易斯。”

  2. How you can be so insensitive absolutely beats me.

    我真搞不懂你怎么会这么麻木。

18
滚开;走开
If you tell someone to beat it, you are telling them to go away.
  1. Beat it before it's too late.

    趁早滚开。

19
(表示惊讶或恼怒)竟然有这种事?岂有此理!
You can say Can you beat it? or Can you beat that? to show that you are surprised and perhaps annoyed about something.
  1. Can you beat it; there was Graham Greene in Freetown and there was I on the other side of Africa.

    真是岂有此理!格雷厄姆·格林在弗里敦,而我却在非洲的另一边。

20
比…抢先行动;赶在…前面(做某事)
If you intend to do something but someone beats you to it, they do it before you do.
  1. Don't be too long about it or you'll find someone has beaten you to it.

    别拖得太久,不然就会有人捷足先登了。

21
打不过,就入伙
If you can't beat them, join them means that, if someone is too strong for you to defeat, it is better to be on the same side as them.
22
停顿;犹豫
If you say or do something without missing a beat, you continue to speak or do it, even though people might have expected you to hesitate or stop.
  1. 'Are you jealous?' — 'Only when I'm not in control,' he says, not missing a beat.

    “你眼红吗?”——“除非我把持不住自己,”他毫不犹豫地说道。

23
错失机会
If you say that someone never misses a beat, you mean that they always know what is going on and how they can take advantage of it.
  1. Skye has scarcely missed a beat as one of the Gold Coast's spectacular models since her marriage.

    丝凯作为黄金海岸大红大紫的模特儿,自结婚以后从来就没有错失过任何机会。

24
(警察)值勤,当班,巡逻
A police officer on the beat is on duty, walking around the area for which he or she is responsible.
  1. The officer on the beat picks up information; hears cries for help; makes people feel safe.

    值勤警员注意观察情况,对救援呼叫及时反应,确保让百姓有一种安全感。

25
打拍子
If you beat time to a piece of music, you move your hand or foot up and down in time with the music. A conductor beats time to show the choir or orchestra how fast they should sing or play the music.
  1. He beats time with hands and feet.

    他手脚并用地打着拍子。

beat用法示例
出自:牛津词典

1
比赛
in game
2
(在比赛或竞争中)赢,打败(某人)
to defeat sb in a game or competition
3
他下棋赢了我。
He beat me at chess.
4
他们最近的胜利已证明,他们仍然是最难打败的队。
Their recent wins have proved they're still the ones to beat (= the most difficult team to beat) .
5
控制
control
6
控制
to get control of sth
7
政府的主要目标是抑制通货膨胀。
The government's main aim is to beat inflation.
8
太难
be too difficult
9
难倒
to be too difficult for sb
10
连专家都难以解决的问题
a problem that beats even the experts
11
我弄不懂他为什么这样做。
It beats me (= I don't know) why he did it.
12
使我困惑不解的是,这事怎么这么快就完成了。
What beats me is how it was done so quickly (= I don't understand how) .
13
更好
be better
14
比…更好;赛过;胜过
to do or be better than sth
15
什么也比不上家里做的好吃。
Nothing beats home cooking.
16
意大利鞋是无与伦比的。
You can't beat Italian shoes.
17
他们想打破这一速度纪录。
They want to beat the speed record (= go faster than anyone before) .
18
避免
avoid
19
避免;逃避
to avoid sth
20
我们早点出发就会避开交通拥挤。
If we go early we should beat the traffic.
21
我们很早就起床出发了,趁天还没热。
We were up and off early to beat the heat .
22
击打
hit
23
敲打;锤砸
to hit sb/sth many times, usually very hard
24
有人在打门。
Somebody was beating at the door.
25
冰雹不断地砸在窗户上。
Hailstones beat against the window.
26
有人在敲鼓。
Someone was beating a drum.
27
她正在拍掉地毯上的灰尘。
She was beating dust out of the carpet (= removing dust from the carpet by beating it) .
28
有人发现一名老翁被打死了。
An elderly man was found beaten to death .
29
那时候孩子们常常因为很小的过错而挨打。
At that time children were regularly beaten for quite minor offences (= a punishment) .
30
他们把他打得不省人事。
They beat him unconscious (= hit him until he became unconscious) .
31
心脏;鼓;翅膀
of heart/drums/wings
32
(使)规律作响,作节奏运动
to make, or cause sth to make, a regular sound or movement
33
她没死——她的心脏还在跳动。
She's alive─her heart is still beating .
34
我们听到鼓声。
We heard the drums beating .
35
鸟儿没命地扑着翅膀。
The bird was beating its wings (= moving them up and down) frantically.
36
搅拌
mix
37
(用叉等)快速搅拌,打
to mix sth with short quick movements with a fork, etc.
38
把鸡蛋打成黏稠泡沫状。
Beat the eggs up to a frothy consistency.
39
把面粉和牛奶搅拌在一起。
Beat the flour and milk together.
40
使金属成形
shape metal
41
把(金属等)锤炼,敲打(成…)
to change the shape of sth, especially metal, by hitting it with a hammer , etc.
42
银箔
beaten silver
43
金子被锤打成了薄薄的长条。
The gold is beaten out into thin strips.
44
那块金属被锤薄了。
The metal had been beaten flat.
45
开辟路径
make path
46
踏出,踩出(道路)
to make a path, etc. by walking somewhere or by pressing branches down and walking over them
47
经过很多人踏出来的路
a well-beaten track (= one that has been worn hard by much use)
48
猎人们在灌木丛中踩出了一条小径。
The hunters beat a path through the undergrowth.
49
拐弯抹角地讲话;绕圈子
to talk about sth for a long time without coming to the main point
50
别绕来绕去了,告诉我你想要什么吧。
Stop beating about the bush and tell me what you want.
51
赢某人的看家本领;打败某人的强项
to defeat or do better than sb in an activity which they have chosen or in which they think they are strong
52
绞尽脑汁;反复推敲
to think very hard about sth for a long time
53
捶胸顿足(尤指对自己的作为刻意表示悲伤或愧疚)
to show that you feel sorry about sth that you have done, especially in public and in an exaggerated way
54
提前完成任务(或跑到终点等)
to finish a task, race, etc. before a particular time
55
通常用于命令
usually used in orders
56
滚开;立即走开
to go away immediately
57
这里是私人土地,滚开!
This is private land, so beat it!
58
使门庭若市;蜂拥而至;使成注意焦点
if a lot of people beat a path to sb's door , they are all interested in sth that person has to sell, or can do or tell them
59
顶尖级戏剧演员代理人正纷纷把目光投向那个十多岁的孩子。
Top theatrical agents are beating a path to the teenager's door.
60
逃脱惩罚
to escape without being punished
61
(仓促)逃走;(慌忙)撤退
to go away or back quickly, especially to avoid sth unpleasant
62
(随着音乐)打拍子
to mark or follow the rhythm of music, by waving a stick, tapping your foot, etc.
63
她用手指打拍子。
She beat time with her fingers.
64
抢先下手;抢在前面
to get or do sth before sb else can
65
难以置信;太不像话
used to express surprise or anger
66
打不赢,就投靠
if you cannot defeat sb or be as successful as they are, then it is more sensible to join them in what they are doing and perhaps get some advantage for yourself by doing so
67
远离闹市;偏远
far away from other people, houses, etc.
68
他们住在偏远地带。
They live miles off the beaten track.
69
用以责备或惩罚某人的事实依据(或把柄等)
a fact, an argument, etc. that is used in order to blame or punish sb
70
难以超越
to be difficult to beat
71
这一得分将很难超过。
That score is going to take some beating.
72
单看豪华的程度,这家旅馆是难以超越的。
For sheer luxury, this hotel takes some beating.
73
(把某人打得)青一块紫一块,伤痕斑斑
(to hit sb until they are) covered with bruises (= blue, brown or purple marks on the body)
74
把某人狠揍一顿
to hit sb very hard several times and hurt them very much
75
(为…)竭力鼓吹,摇旗呐喊
to speak with enthusiasm in support of sb/sth
76
砸开,砸破(门等)
to hit a door, etc. many times until it breaks open
77
(阳光)强烈照射,曝晒
if the sun beats down it shines with great heat
78
说服某人降价;杀价
to persuade sb to reduce the price at which they are selling sth
79
他那辆汽车要价8 000元,但我压到了6 000元。
He wanted $8 000 for the car but I beat him down to $6 000.
80
我把价杀到了6 000元。
I beat down the price to $6 000.
81
手淫
to masturbate
82
击退;驱走
to force sb/sth back or away by fighting
83
进攻者被击退了。
The attacker was beaten off.
84
她战胜了对她的领导地位的挑战。
She beat off a challenge to her leadership.
85
敲打出节奏
to produce a rhythm by hitting sth many times
86
扑打灭(火)
to put a fire out by beating
87
我们把火扑打灭了。
We beat the flames out.
88
敲掉;锤平
to remove sth by hitting it with a hammer , etc.
89
他们能把汽车挡泥板上的凹痕敲平。
They can beat out the dent in the car's wing.
90
(从某人)骗取,骗得
to cheat sb by taking sth from them
91
她哥哥骗走了她200元。
Her brother beat her out of $200.
92
抢先;捷足先登
to get somewhere or do sth before sb else
93
她比我先到达山顶。
She beat me to the top of the hill.
94
我正要拿那最后一块饼,却给他抢先一步。
I was about to take the last cake, but he beat me to it.
95
痛殴;毒打
to hit or kick sb hard, many times
96
他被一帮暴徒打得遍体鳞伤。
He was badly beaten up by a gang of thugs.
97
狠打,虐待(弱小者)
to hit sb hard, especially sb who is young or weak
98
我听说他以前常打妻子。
I've heard people say he used to beat up on his wife.
99
(为某事)过分自责
to blame yourself too much for sth
100
听我说,没有必要为此过分自责。
Look, there's no need to beat yourself up over this.
101
鼓;心脏;翅膀
of drums/heart/wings
102
(鼓的)一击;(翅的)一振;(心脏等的)跳动;击鼓声;振翅声;跳动声
a single blow to sth, such as a drum, or a movement of sth, such as your heart; the sound that this makes
103
几下隆隆鼓声
several loud beats on the drum
104
在见到她的一刹那,他的心跳顿了一下。
His heart missed a beat when he saw her.
105
有规律的敲击(声)
a series of regular blows to sth, such as a drum; the sound that this makes
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有节奏的敲鼓声
the steady beat of the drums
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节奏
rhythm
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(音乐、诗歌等的)主节奏,节拍
the main rhythm, or a unit of rhythm, in a piece of music, a poem, etc.
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这种音乐节奏感很强。
This type of music has a strong beat to it.
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这首曲子每小节四拍。
The piece has four beats to the bar.
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警察
of police officer
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管区;辖区;巡逻地段
the area which a police officer walks around regularly and which he or she is responsible for
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增加巡逻的警察可能有助于减少罪行。
More police officers out on the beat may help to cut crime.
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警察
of police officers
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在辖区值勤巡逻
to walk around the area that they are responsible for
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以上各词均含反复敲打之义,尤指使劲地击打。
All these words mean to hit sb/sth many times, especially hard.
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指反复敲打、使劲锤砸:
to hit sb/sth a lot of times, especially very hard
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有人在打门。
Someone was beating at the door.
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昨天夜里有人发现一名小伙子被打死了。
A young man was found beaten to death last night.
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那时候,孩子们常常因为很小的过错而挨打。
At that time, children were often beaten for quite minor offences (= as a punishment) .
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指连续猛击,尤指殴打致伤或造成破坏:
to hit sb/sth hard a lot of times, especially in a way that causes serious damage
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他被打得鼻青脸肿。
He had been badly battered around the head and face.
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狂风一直在海岸肆虐。
Severe winds have been battering the coast.
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指连续猛击,尤指发出砰砰的撞击声:
to hit sb/sth hard a lot of times, especially in a way that makes a lot of noise
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暴雨砰砰砰地砸在屋顶上。
Heavy rain pounded on the roof.
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指反复拳打、捶打
to hit sb/sth a lot of times, especially with your fists (= tightly closed hands)
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指猛击、狠打:
to hit sb/sth with a lot of force
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雨点猛烈地打在窗户上。
The rain lashed at the window.
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lash的主语常为rain、wind、hail、sea或waves。
The subject of lash is often rain , wind , hail , sea or waves .
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指大声、猛烈地反复敲打、连续击打:
to hit sb/sth hard a lot of times, in a way that is noisy or violent
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他不断地用拳头擂门。
He hammered the door with his fists.
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用pound还是hammer?
pound or hammer?
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这两个词意思差别不大,但pound有时指较匀速而稳定地击打;hammer更猛烈,且常用于比喻。
There is not much difference in meaning between these two, but to pound is sometimes a steadier action. To hammer can be more violent and it is often used figuratively.
beat英语释义
出自:WordNet

1
the act of beating to windward;sailing as close as possible to the direction from which the wind is blowing
2
a stroke or blow
例子:
  1. the signal was two beats on the steam pipe
3
a regular rate of repetition
例子:
  1. the cox raised the beat
4
the basic rhythmic unit in a piece of music
例子:
  1. the piece has a fast rhythm
  2. the conductor set the beat

近义词: rhythm,musical rhythm

5
(prosody) the accent in a metrical foot of verse

近义词: meter,metre,measure,cadence

6
the sound of stroke or blow
例子:
  1. he heard the beat of a drum
7
the rhythmic contraction and expansion of the arteries with each beat of the heart
例子:
  1. he could feel the beat of her heart

近义词: pulse,pulsation,heartbeat

8
a regular route for a sentry or policeman
例子:
  1. in the old days a policeman walked a beat and knew all his people by name

近义词: round

9
a member of the beat generation;a nonconformist in dress and behavior

近义词: beatnik

10
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
11
wear out completely
例子:
  1. This kind of work exhausts me
  2. I'm beat
  3. He was all washed up after the exam

近义词: exhaust,wash up,tucker,tucker out

12
be a mystery or bewildering to
例子:
  1. This beats me!
  2. Got me--I don't know the answer!
  3. a vexing problem
  4. This question really stuck me

近义词: perplex,vex,stick,get,puzzle,mystify,baffle,pose,bewilder,flummox,stupefy,nonplus,gravel,amaze,dumbfound

13
come out better in a competition, race, or conflict
例子:
  1. Agassi beat Becker in the tennis championship
  2. We beat the competition
  3. Harvard defeated Yale in the last football game

近义词: beat out,crush,shell,trounce,vanquish

14
beat through cleverness and wit
例子:
  1. I beat the traffic
  2. She outfoxed her competitors

近义词: outwit,overreach,outsmart,outfox,circumvent

15
give a beating to;subject to a beating, either as a punishment or as an act of aggression
例子:
  1. Thugs beat him up when he walked down the street late at night
  2. The teacher used to beat the students

近义词: beat up,work over

16
hit repeatedly
例子:
  1. beat on the door
  2. beat the table with his shoe
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strike (water or bushes) repeatedly to rouse animals for hunting
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strike (a part of one's own body) repeatedly, as in great emotion or in accompaniment to music
例子:
  1. beat one's breast
  2. beat one's foot rhythmically
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stir vigorously
例子:
  1. beat the egg whites
  2. beat the cream

近义词: scramble

20
shape by beating
例子:
  1. beat swords into ploughshares
21
produce a rhythm by striking repeatedly
例子:
  1. beat the drum
22
make by pounding or trampling
例子:
  1. beat a path through the forest
23
move with or as if with a regular alternating motion
例子:
  1. the city pulsated with music and excitement

近义词: pulsate,quiver

24
move rhythmically
例子:
  1. Her heart was beating fast

近义词: pound,thump

25
indicate by beating, as with the fingers or drumsticks
例子:
  1. Beat the rhythm
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sail with much tacking or with difficulty
例子:
  1. The boat beat in the strong wind
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move with a flapping motion
例子:
  1. The bird's wings were flapping

近义词: flap

28
move with a thrashing motion
例子:
  1. The bird flapped its wings
  2. The eagle beat its wings and soared high into the sky

近义词: flap

29
glare or strike with great intensity
例子:
  1. The sun was beating down on us
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make a rhythmic sound
例子:
  1. Rain drummed against the windshield
  2. The drums beat all night

近义词: drum,thrum

31
make a sound like a clock or a timer
例子:
  1. the clocks were ticking
  2. the grandfather clock beat midnight

近义词: tick,ticktock,ticktack

32
avoid paying
例子:
  1. beat the subway fare

近义词: bunk

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be superior
例子:
  1. Reading beats watching television
  2. This sure beats work!