to beat up

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Englisch - Englisch
do over

if he answers in a foreign accent, we do him over; and if he's got any money on him we'll roll him as well.

lay into
An artificially or disingenuously manufactured outcry, usually in the media

Hydro project claims a beat up - Brownlee.

To feel badly guilty and accuse oneself over something. Usually followed by over
To give a severe beating to

I got beaten up by thugs on my way home.

To get something done, derived from the idea of beating for game
To sail to windward using a series of alternate tacks across the wind
To cause by some other means, injuries comparable to the result of being beaten up

He flew into a hill and beat himself up pretty badly.

Repeatedly bomb a military target or targets
Battered by time and usage; beaten up
To attack suddenly; to alarm

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.

If someone beats a person up, they hit or kick the person many times. Then they actually beat her up as well The government supporters are beating up anyone they suspect of favouring the demonstrators
gather; "drum up support
give a beating to, hit repeatedly, pound
give a beating to; subject to a beating, either as a punishment or as an act of aggression; "Thugs beat him up when he walked down the street late at night"; "The teacher used to beat the students"
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
gather; "drum up support"
to beat up