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ADJ   beat | more beat | most beat
NOUN   a beat | beats
VERB  to beat | beat | beaten ... 
SYNO   to beat | to beat out | to crush ... 
béat {adj}beatific
béat {adj}blissful
battre qn./qc.
to beat sb./sth. [eggs, people]
anat. battre [cœur, pouls]to beat
anat. palpiter [cœur]to beat [heart]
l'emporter sur qn.to beat sb. [defeat]
enfoncer qn./qc. [concurrent, concurrence]to beat sb./sth.
mil. sport écrabouiller qn./qc. [vaincre]to beat sb./sth. [defeat]
matériel tech. marteler qc. [forgeron]to beat sth.
cuis. fouetter qc.to beat sth. [Am.]
sport battre qc. [record]to beat sth. [record]
regarder d'un air béat [fam.]to rubberneck [coll.] [Am.]
battue {f}
beat [hunting]
battement {m} [cœur, pouls, etc.]beat [heart, pulse etc.]
mus. rythme {m}beat [rhythm, esp. jazz and pop]
mus. temps {m}beat [time, musical note]
2 Words: Others
Fiche le camp !Beat it!
Barre-toi ! [fam.]Beat it! [Am.] [coll.]
Dégage ! [fam.]Beat it! [coll.]
Vire-toi de ! [fam.]Beat it! [coll.]
épuisé {adj} [personne]dead beat [coll.] [person] [completely exhausted]
2 Words: Verbs
se débiner [fam.]to beat it [coll.]
se virer [fam.]to beat it [coll.] [go away]
mil. se replierto beat retreat
battre qn. à plates couturesto beat sb. hollow
mettre la pâtée à qn. [fam.] [vaincre l'adversaire largement]to beat sb. hollow [coll.]
battre qn. d'importanceto beat sb. soundly
rosser qn. d'importance [vieilli]to beat sb. soundly
cogner qn.to beat sb. up
démolir qn. [fam.]to beat sb. up [coll.]
rouer qn. de coups [loc.]to beat sb. up [coll.]
casser la figure à qn. [fam.]to beat sb. up [coll.]
casser la gueule à qn. [fam.]to beat sb. up [coll.]
rabâcher qc. à qn. [loc.]to beat sth. into sb. [idiom]
mus. battre la mesureto beat time
tabasser qn.to beat up sb.
flanquer une raclée à qn. [fam.]to beat up sb. [coll.]
3 Words: Verbs
mil. battre en retraiteto (beat a) retreat
sport battre un recordto beat a record
se faire la paire [loc.]to beat a retreat [idiom]
prendre la clé des champs [loc.]to beat a retreat [idiom]
anat. se battre la poitrineto beat one's breast
se frapper la poitrineto beat one's breast
battre qn. à mortto beat sb. to death
frapper qn./qc. à mortto beat sb./sth. to death
mil. battre le tambourto beat the drum
cuis. battre les œufs en omeletteto beat the eggs
déjouer les pronosticsto beat the odds
mil. battre la retraiteto beat the retreat
3 Words: Nouns
anat. méd. tachycardie {f}fast heart beat
4 Words: Verbs
se défiler [fam.]to beat a (hasty) retreat [fig.]
mettre les bouts [loc.]to beat a (hasty) retreat [fig.]
prendre la poudre d'escampette [loc.]to beat a (hasty) retreat [fig.]
perdre sa peine et son temps [loc.]to beat a dead horse [Am.] [idiom]
battre en retraite [fig.]to beat a hasty retreat
battre en retraite précipitammentto beat a hasty retreat
noyer le poisson [fig.] [loc.]to beat about the bush [idiom]
tourner autour du pot [fam.] [loc.]to beat about the bush [idiom]
faire des tours et des détours [loc.]to beat about the bush [idiom]
noyer le poisson [fig.] [loc.]to beat around the bush [idiom]
tourner autour du pot [fam.] [loc.]to beat around the bush [idiom]
assener des coups de poing à qn.to beat sb. with ones fists
faire de la retape pour qc. [fam.] [loc.]to beat the drum for sth. [coll.] [idiom]
mettre la pâtée à qn. [fam.] [loc.] [vaincre l'adversaire largement]to beat the pants off sb. [coll.] [idiom]
5+ Words: Others
Cessez de tourner autour du pot ! [fam.]Don't beat about the bush! [coll.]
5+ Words: Verbs
accourir en foule chez qn.to beat a path to sb.'s door
mettre qc. en charpie [fig.] [adversaire violent]to beat sb to a pulp [coll.]
battre qn. à son propre jeu [loc.]to beat sb. at their own game [idiom]
battre le tambour pour qn./qc. [loc.]to beat the big drum for sb./sth. [Br.] [idiom]
cuis. battre les œufs en neigeto beat the egg whites until stiff
battre qn.to beat the hell out of sb. [coll.] [idiom]
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