beat in English and example sentences

beat in English

Pronunciation
n. strike; rhythm; tapping; pulse; usual territory, regular jurisdiction; "scoop", news story that is published earlier than in the rival newspapers (Journalism)
v. hit, strike; hammer metal; defeat, finish before, do better than (in a contest, or race); stir rapidly (eggs, etc.)
adj. tired, exhausted (Slang); of a beatnik; sloppily dressed
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Synonyms for beat
1. rhythm: throb, pulsation, cadence, vibration, tick, measure
2. tired: weary, bushed, worn out, fatigued
3. blow: strike, stroke, hit, thump, punch
4. patrol: post, walk, precinct
5. strike: hit, batter, punch, cudgel, knock, pound, buffet
6. conquer: defeat, vanquish, rout, trounce, win, outdo, surpass
7. forge: break, hammer, stamp, pound
8. pulsate: palpitate, pound, throb, thump, vibrate, flutter
Verb forms for beat
Present participle: beating
Present: beat (3.person: beats)
Past: beat
Future: will beat
Present conditional: would beat
Present Perfect: have beat (3.person: has beat)
Past Perfect: had beat
Future Perfect: will have beat
Past conditional: would have beat