A beat or beat cop is a police officer who walks, rides, cycles, or drives in a specific neighborhood, known as a “beat.” Because the officer routinely patrols in the same area, he or she becomes well-known in the community, creating a positive relationship between law enforcement and the community
A transient grace note, struck immediately before the one it is intended to ornament
If you beat someone in a competition or election, you defeat them. In yesterday's games, Switzerland beat the United States two-one She was easily beaten into third place
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. It's got four beats to a bar. see also upbeat, downbeat
An attempt to knock the opponent's blade aside or out of line by using one's foible or middle against the opponent's foible
In newspapering, the primary focus of a reporters stories (such as police/courts, education, city government, business, etc.)
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. When you beat the drum, you feel good. drums beating and pipes playing. Beat is also a noun. the rhythmical beat of the drum
A throbbing or undulating effect taking place in rapid succession when two notes not quite of the same pitch are sounded together If two tones are one cycle per second apart in pitch there will be one beat per second
A cheat or swindler of the lowest grade; often emphasized by dead; as, a dead beat
When your heart or pulse beats, it continually makes regular rhythmic movements. I felt my heart beating faster. Beat is also a noun. He could hear the beat of his heart Most people's pulse rate is more than 70 beats per minute. + beating beat·ing I could hear the beating of my heart
1 A footfall within a gait A hoof, or pair of hooves virtually simultanosly striking the ground By this definition the walk has four beats, the trot has two, and the canter three 2 The emphasized beat (as in music) By this definition the walk has two beats, the trot has two and the canter has one beat
A group of American writers who came to prominence in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Their most important works are Jack Kerouac's On the Road (1957), Allen Ginsberg's Howl (1956), and William S. Burroughs' Naked Lunch (1959)
An Irish saying of one who tells wonderful stories, or of something which is amazing and remarkable
Whenever he can find an audience, Doherty will spin some tale of local history or ancestral lineage in that inimitable Irish blend of fact and blarney. 'He beats Banaghan,' as the Irish saying goes of one who tells wonderful stories..
Pa Blanken tells me that the Japs beat up our camp a month ago and we have lost all our heavy gear and moved up into the hills - he does not know where. Hell! No casualties, however. Our material losses were very serious. The Japs had found a rucksack containing all our money, our medicines, including all our vital quinine, a copy of our signals plan, and a number of maps. It seems probable that the Japs spotted our camp from the air. They certainly knew its exact position and came straight to it.
A beat cop is a police officer who walks, rides, cycles, or drives in a specific neighborhood, known as a “beat.” Because the officer routinely patrols in the same area, he or she becomes well-known in the community, creating a positive relationship between law enforcement and the community
If you beat down a person who is selling you something, you force them to accept a lower price for it than they wanted to get. A fair employer, when arranging for the pay of a carpenter, does not try to beat him down Beat down the seller to the price that suits you. = knock down
If you beat out someone in a competition, you defeat them. Indianapolis beat out nearly 100 other cities as the site for a huge United Airlines maintenance center If we are certain a rival will beat us out, we are wide open to jealousy
If you beat yourself up about something, you worry about it a lot or blame yourself for it. Tell them you don't want to do it any more. Don't beat yourself up about it I don't beat myself up. I don't deal with things I can't handle. + beating-up beatings-up beating-up There had been no violence, no beatings-up until then
the act of inflicting corporal punishment with repeated blows the act of overcoming or outdoing expanding and contracting rhythmically as to the beating of the heart; "felt the pulsating artery"; "oh my beating heart
If you say that something will take some beating, you mean that it is very good and it is unlikely that anything better will be done or made. For sheer scale and grandeur, Leeds Castle in Kent takes some beating
If someone is given a beating, they are hit hard many times, especially with something such as a stick. the savage beating of a black motorist by white police officers The team secured pictures of prisoners showing signs of severe beatings
a United States youth subculture of the 1950s; rejected possessions or regular work or traditional dress; for communal living and psychedelic drugs and anarchism; favored modern forms of jazz (e g , bebop)
The result of combining two sounds less than 30 Hz or so apart in frequency together, beating is the alternate reinforcement and cancellation of amplitude in the combination sound (over around 30 Hz in difference results in an rougher "out of tune" sound, rather than distinct beats) Most easily heard when the original sounds are of equal volume, the frequency of the beats will be the difference in frequency between the two signals Beats are common in most musical instruments, and are often used for tuning; when the instruments are in tune, beating disappears When complex sounds are combined, beating occurs between various partials in the signals - listen to a piano for a good example of this Beating is not restricted to musical instruments, it can occur between any two signals or sounds
[ bEt ] (verb.) before 12th century. From Middle English beten, from Old English bēatan (“to beat, pound, strike, lash, dash, thrust, hurt, injure”), from Proto-Germanic *bautanan (“to push, strike”) (compare Low German boten, German boßen, Old Norse bauta), from Proto-Indo-European *bhau- (compare Old Irish fo-botha 'he threatened', Latin confutāre 'to strike down', fūstis 'stick, club', Albanian bahe 'sling', Lithuanian baudžiù, Bulgarian bútam 'I beat, knock', Armenian but' 'stump').
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