beat out

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to win by a narrow margin
To sound a rhythm on a percussion instrument such as a drum

The drummer beat out a steady slow march.

To extinguish

He managed to beat the flames out with a blanket.

If you beat out sounds on a drum or similar instrument, you make the sounds by hitting the instrument. Drums and cymbals beat out a solemn rhythm. = tap out
beat out a rhythm
come out better in a competition, race, or conflict; "Agassi beat Becker in the tennis championship"; "We beat the competition"; "Harvard defeated Yale in the last football game"
put out, extinguish; win, be more successful in a competition; drum, tap; remove forcibly
If you beat out a fire, you cause it to go out by hitting it, usually with an object such as a blanket. His brother beat out the flames with a blanket She managed to beat the fire out
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
beat out of
If someone beats another person out of something, they get that thing by deceiving the other person or behaving dishonestly. If he could beat his uncle out of a dollar he'd do it
beat someone's brains out
To beat someone very severely
beat the crap out of
To beat really badly
beat the shit out of
To beat really badly
Beat the hell out of
(deyim) 1. Fig. to defeat someone very badly.2. Fig. Inf. to batter someone severely
Beat the living daylights out of
(deyim) 1. Fig. to defeat someone very badly.2. Fig. Inf. to batter someone severely
Beat the shit out of
(deyim) 1. Fig. to defeat someone very badly.2. Fig. Inf. to batter someone severely
Beat the stuffing out of
(deyim) 1. Fig. to defeat someone very badly.2. Fig. Inf. to batter someone severely
Beat the tar out of
(deyim) 1. Fig. to defeat someone very badly.2. Fig. Inf. to batter someone severely
beat one's brain out
(deyim) Try intently to resolve something difficult by thinking
beat the living daylights out
(deyim) Make someone feel extremely scared
beat the life out of someone
hit someone very vigorously, strike someone with great force
beat the living daylights out of him
beat him out of shape, hit him senselessly, knocked him unconscious
to beat the living daylights out of him
break his bones, beat him senseless, hit him
beat out

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    /ˈbēt ˈout/ /ˈbiːt ˈaʊt/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'bEt ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English beten, from Old English bEatan; akin to Old High German bOzan to beat.

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