beating definition

  • noun:
    • An act of duplicated hitting or striking.
    • A sound defeat.
    • A-sharp reversal; a setback: Stocks took a beating from panicky investors.
    • A throbbing or pulsation, at the time of one's heart.
    • Physics The regular difference in amplitude of a wave made by the superposition of two waves various frequencies, causing portions of louder, and less noisy, sound.
    • activity of this verb to conquer
    • much defeat or setback
    • the pulsation regarding the heart
    • The work of striking or offering hits; discipline or chastisement by hits.
    • Pulsation; throbbing.
    • Pulsative sounds. See Beat, n.
    • the entire process of cruising from the wind by tacks in zigzag course.
    • The act of striking, or running by blows; any procedure for working by percussion.
    • discipline or chastisement by blows; a flogging.
    • hawaii of being outdone or out-done; a defeat.
    • Regular pulsation or throbbing.
    • In music, same as beat, 7 : in this form with greater regularity put on the music of this strings of a piano or even the pipes of an organ.
    • Nautical, the work of advancing in a zigzag line from the wind.
    • the work of inflicting corporal discipline with duplicated blows
    • the act of overcoming or outdoing
    • An act of repeated hitting or striking.
    • A sound beat.
    • A sharp reversal; a setback: shares took a beating from panicky people.
    • A throbbing or pulsation, as of one's heart.
    • Physics The periodic difference in amplitude of a wave from the superposition of two waves various frequencies, resulting in segments of louder, and then less noisy, sound.
    • action for the verb to conquer
    • a heavy defeat or setback
    • the pulsation associated with the heart
    • The act of striking or providing blows; discipline or chastisement by hits.
    • Pulsation; throbbing.
    • Pulsative noises. See overcome, n.
    • The process of sailing from the wind by tacks in zigzag direction.
    • The act of striking, or operating by hits; any procedure for working by percussion.
    • Punishment or chastisement by blows; a flogging.
    • hawaii to be beaten or out-done; a defeat.
    • Regular pulsation or throbbing.
    • In songs, just like beat, 7 : in this form with greater regularity put on the music regarding the strings of a piano or even the pipelines of an organ.
    • Nautical, the act of advancing in a zigzag line resistant to the wind.
    • the work of inflicting corporal punishment with repeated hits
    • the act of overcoming or outdoing
  • verb:
    • provide participle of beat.
    • Present participle of beat.

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