battering

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The activity of battering
Present participle of batter
An instance of battering
{i} assault: massacre; repeated physical abuse
the act of subjecting to strong attack
If something takes a battering, it suffers very badly as a result of a particular event or action. Sterling took a battering yesterday as worries grew about the state of Britain's economy. = beating
battering ram
(also ram) A heavy object used by some peoples in history for battering down walls and gates before gunpowder was known to them
battering ram
This object borne as a charge in a coat of arms
battering rams
plural form of battering ram
battering ram
A battering ram is a long heavy piece of wood that is used to knock down the locked doors of buildings. They got a battering ram to smash down the door. a long heavy piece of wood used in wars in the past to break through walls or doors. Medieval weapon consisting of a heavy timber with a metal knob or point at the front. Rams were used to beat down the gates or walls of a besieged city or castle. Usually suspended by ropes from the roof of a movable shed, the timber was swung back and forth by its operators so that it banged against the structure under siege. The shed's roof was covered with animal skins to protect the operators inside it from bombardment with stones or fiery materials
battering ram
a ram used to break down doors of fortified buildings
battering ram
large hard tool used to beat in a locked door or wall
battering train
A train of artillery for siege operations
batter
A batsman
batter
The slope of a terrace, wall etc

Hydroseeding of unvegetated batters is planned.

batter
To slope (of walls, buildings etc.)
batter
a thick liquid mixture of two or more materials beaten together, to be used in cookery
batter
{v} to bruise by beating, wear down
batter
{n} a mixture of flour, water, eggs and salt
batter
A bruise on the face of a plate or of type in the form
batter
To wear or impair as if by beating or by hard usage
batter
The slope, or inclination from the vertical, of a wall or other structure or portion of a structure
batter
strike violently and repeatedly; "She clobbered the man who tried to attack her"
batter
If someone is battered, they are regularly hit and badly hurt by a member of their family or by their partner. evidence that the child was being battered. boys who witness fathers battering their mothers. battered wives. + battering bat·ter·ing Leaving the relationship does not mean that the battering will stop
batter
make a dent or impression in; "dinge a soft hat"
batter
Paste of clay or loam
batter
{i} one who wields a bat (in a game of baseball, cricket, etc.); baking mixture
batter
A mixture of liquid, flour and other ingredients that can vary in consistency A baking term
batter
An earth slope formed from placed fill material or cut into the natural hillside, during road construction
batter
A mixture of flour and liquid
batter
A slope
batter
strike against forcefully; "Winds buffeted the tent"
batter
A flour-liquid mixture that is thin enough to pour One example is pancake batter
batter
beaten together and used in cookery
batter
Flour or meal mixture containing sufficient liquid so it can be poured or dropped from a spoon before baking
batter
If you batter something, you hit it many times, using your fists or a heavy object. They were battering the door, they were breaking in Batter the steaks flat
batter
A liquid mixture (containing flour and other ingredients) that can be stirred
batter
An offensive player who takes his position in the batter’s box
batter
A beaten mixture of flour and liquid (usually egg and milk), used for baking (e.g. pancakes, cake, or yorkshire pudding) or to coat food (e.g. fish) prior to frying
batter
The person who tries to hit the ball in a sport like baseball
batter
If a place is battered by wind, rain, or storms, it is seriously damaged or affected by very bad weather. The country has been battered by winds of between fifty and seventy miles an hour. a storm that's been battering the Northeast coastline. = pound
batter
To slope gently backward
batter
Batter is a mixture of flour, eggs, and milk that is used in cooking. pancake batter. fish in batter
batter
to hit or strike violently and repeatedly
batter
In sports such as baseball and softball, a batter is a person who hits the ball with a wooden bat. batters and pitchers. see also battered, battering. to hit someone or something again and again, in a way that hurts someone or causes damage (batre or bat )
batter
One who wields a bat; a batsman
batter
{f} strike, beat, hit repeatedly
batter
semi-liquid mixture of flour, egg, and liquid
batter
To batter someone means to hit them many times, using fists or a heavy object. He battered her around the head He was battered unconscious. + battered bat·tered Her battered body was discovered in a field
batter
A binge, a heavy drinking session
batter
A backward slope in the face of a wall or of a bank; receding slope
batter
Talutage Sloping exterior surface at the base of all walls and towers Built to protect the base of the wall against attack and increase its stability
batter
A sloping part of a curtain wall The sharp angle at the base of all walls and towers along their exterior surface; talus
batter
to coat with batter
batter
A receding upward slope of the outer face of a structure
batter
a mixture of flour and eggs that becomes solid when cooked
batter
A semi- liquid mixture of several ingredients, as, flour, eggs, milk, etc
batter
An uncooked pourable mixture usually made up of flour, a liquid, and other ingredients
batter
To flatten (metal) by hammering, so as to compress it inwardly and spread it outwardly
batter
-The excavated or constructed face of a dam wall, cutting or embankment
batter
a flour mixture thin enough to pour or drop from a spoon (baseball) a ballplayer who is batting
batter
A sloping part of a curtain wall The sharp angle at the base of all walls and towers along the exterior surface It was used to help objects ricochet off the walls and into enemies
batter
A batsman. Used under the modern fashion for expunging gender from all words, but in fact women cricketers refer to themselves as batsmen (ie. its already gender-neutral, see the batsman article)
batter
A thick, viscous mixture containing a flour or other starch, fat, sugar and other ingedients and baked into cakes or breads Sometimes used to coat foods to be deep-fried
batter
To beat with successive blows; to beat repeatedly and with violence, so as to bruise, shatter, or demolish; as, to batter a wall or rampart
batter
A flour-liquid mixture that is thin enough to pour
batter
The steep excavated slope in an open cut mine
batter
A semifluid substance, usually composed of flour and other ingredients, into which principal components of food are dipped or with which they are coated, or which may be used directly to form bakery foods [From §110 3(c)]
batter
the inclination of a surface in relation to a horizontal, a vertical, or, occasionally, an inclined plane (commonly noted on detail plans as so many inches to one foot) See also rake
batter
a flour mixture thin enough to pour or drop from a spoon
batter
(baseball) a ballplayer who is batting
batter
A player in the batter's box being pitched to by a pitcher When a player becomes a batter depends on his or her position in the batting order
batter
A sloping part of a curtain wall The sharp angle at the base of all walls and towers along their exterior surface
batter
An uncooked mixture, usually of flour, eggs, liquid, and a leavening agent, that is thin enough to pour
batter
Flour or liquid mixture that coats item being cooked, item is usually fried
batterings
plural of battering
battering

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    [ 'ba-t&r ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English bateren, probably frequentative of batten to bat, from bat.

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