beat = golpear verb

beat = derrengado adjective

beat = golpe noun

1beat

/ˈbiːt/ verb
verb
beat, beatenor beat, beating

Spanish Translation of BEAT

transitive verb
1
strike : golpear, pegar, darle una paliza (a alguien)
2
defeat : vencer, derrotar (a un rival, etc.), batir (un récord)
3
: superar, ser mejor que
nothing beats a nice, hot bathno hay nada mejor que un baño caliente
4
avoid : anticiparse a, evitar
to beat the crowdevitar el gentío
5
6
: batir (alas)
7
beat it! familiar : ¡lárgate!
8
it beats me : no sé
9
to beat down : echar abajo (una puerta)
10
to beat out defeat : vencer, derrotar
11
to beat up : darle una paliza (a alguien)
12
to beat up on : darle frecuentes palizas (a alguien)
intransitive verb
1
: batir
3
to beat down : pegar fuerte, caer a plomo (dícese del sol)

2beat

adjective
adjective

Spanish Translation of BEAT

exhausted : derrengado, muy cansado
I'm beat!¡estoy molido!

3beat

noun
noun

Spanish Translation of BEAT

1
: golpe masculine, redoble masculine (de un tambor), latido masculine (del corazón)
2
rhythm : ritmo masculine, tiempo masculine

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