beat up definition

  • verb:
    • to provide a severe beating to.
    • To strike suddenly; to alarm.
    • resulting in by various other means, injuries similar to caused by being outdone up.
    • To feel terribly responsible and accuse yourself over something. Typically followed closely by over or about.
    • over and over repeatedly bomb a military target or targets.
    • To get one thing done, based on the idea of beating for online game
    • To sail to windward using some alternative tacks across the wind.
    • to offer a severe beating to.
    • To strike abruptly; to alarm.
    • resulting in by various other means, accidents comparable to the consequence of becoming outdone up.
    • To feel defectively guilty and accuse yourself over some thing. Often followed closely by over or just around.
    • over and over bomb a military target or targets.
    • for one thing done, produced from the thought of beating for game
    • To sail to windward utilizing a few alternative tacks throughout the wind.
  • adjective:
    • Battered by-time and usage; beaten up.
    • Battered by-time and usage; beaten up.
  • noun:
    • an individual who, or thing that, has-been beaten up.
    • An act of beating-up:
    • An artificially or disingenuously manufactured alarm or outcry, specially one agitated by or through the news.
    • A tree planted later on than others in a plantation.
    • A person who, or thing that, has-been outdone up.
    • An act of beating-up:
    • An artificially or disingenuously made security or outcry, particularly one agitated by or through the news.
    • A tree planted later on than others in a plantation.

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