beat

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beat englannista suomeksi

  1. hakata, jyskyttää

  2. pettää

  3. luovia

  4. alue, työvuoro, kierros

  5. kukistaa, voittaa, nujertaa

  6. isku

  7. iskeä, lyödä

  8. beatnikki

  9. sykkiä

  10. syke, oskillaatio

  11. kuitti, loppu

  12. muovata, tampata

  13. lyönti, jyske, pärinä

  14. takoa

  15. vatkata, vispata

  16. paistaa täydeltä terältä, porottaa

  17. rummuttaa, naputtaa

  18. luoviminen

  19. päristä

  20. mennä pummilla, matkustaa jäniksenä

  21. piestä

  22. vetää vertoja

  23. räpyttää

  24. rytmi

  25. poljento, biitti

  26. hämmentää

  27. räpytellä

  28. tahti

  1. isku

  2. syke

  3. tahti

  4. huojunta

  5. paussi

  6. kierros

  7. vastuualue; tontti informal

  8. ala

  9. kotipaikka

  10. lurjus

  11. biitti

  12. ajo

  13. hakata, lyödä, iskeä

  14. hakata, lyödä

  15. jyskyttää, hakata

  16. lyödä, sykkiä; jyskyttää hard, as for fear or excitement

  17. lyödä, voittaa, päihittää

  18. luovia

  19. pieksää

  20. vatkata

  21. tinkiä

  22. rummuttaa

  23. tallata

  24. paukuttaa

  25. myrskytä

  26. paukkua; päristä of fast beat of drums

  27. päristä intransitive, päristää transitive

  28. olla nopeampi kuin">olla nopeampi kuin

  29. puhki, loppu, uupunut

  30. Substantiivi

  31. Verbi

beat englanniksi

  1. A stroke; a blow.

  2. (RQ:Dryden Hind and Panther)with a careless beat, / Struck out the mute creation at a heat.

  3. A pulsation or throb.

  4. (ux)

  5. A pulse on the level, the metric level at which pulses are heard as the basic unit. Thus a beat is the basic time unit of a piece.

  6. A rhythm.

  7. The rhythm signalled by a conductor or other musician to the members of a group of musicians.

  8. The instrumental portion of a piece of hip-hop music.

  9. The interference between two tones of almost equal frequency

  10. A short pause in a play, screenplay, or teleplay, for dramatic or comedic effect; a plot point or story development.

  11. An area of a person's responsibility, especially

  12. The route patrolled by a police officer or a guard.

  13. (quote-book)|chapter=3|author=(w)|year=1886

  14. (quote-web)the rise of embedding police into schools – so-called School Resource Officers (SROs), who are employed by the local police, but whose “beat” is a school. Those officers report to the local police department and not the school, and can, and frequently do, have different priorities.

  15. The primary focus of a reporter's stories (such as police/courts, education, city government, business etc.).

  16. 2020 April, (w), ''Why we won't avoid a climate catastrophehttps://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2020/04/why-we-wont-avoid-a-climate-catastrophe-feature/'', Geographic (magazine)|National Geographic

  17. As an adult, I became a journalist whose beat is the environment. In a way, I’ve turned my youthful preoccupations into a profession.
  18. An act of reporting news or scientific results before a rival; a scoop.

  19. 1898, unknown author, ''Scribner's Magazine'' Volume 24

  20. It's a beat on the whole country.
  21. That which beats, or surpasses, another or others.

  22. A precinct.

  23. A place of habitual or frequent resort.

  24. An area frequented by gay men in search of sexual activity. See (w).

  25. A low cheat or swindler.

  26. (RQ:Twain Huckleberry Finn)

  27. The act of scouring, or ranging over, a tract of land to rouse or drive out game; also, those so engaged, collectively.

  28. 1911, Hedley Peek and Frederick George Aflalo, ''Encyclopaedia of Sport''

  29. Bears coming out of holes in the rocks at the last moment, when the beat is close to them.
  30. A smart tap on the adversary's blade.

  31. A makeup look; compare (m).

  32. {{quote-journal|en|year=2018|author=Leah Prinzivalli|magazine=Allure|title=Kylie Jenner Shared a Sneak Peek of Her New Kylie Cosmetics Blush on Instagram|url=https://www.allure.com/story/kylie-jenner-shares-sneak-peek-kylie-cosmetics-blush

  33. To hit; strike

  34. (syn)

  35. {{quote-book

  36. {{quote-journal|en|date=21 August 2012

  37. (quote-book)

  38. To strike or pound repeatedly, usually in some sort of rhythm.

  39. To strike repeatedly; to inflict repeated blows; to knock vigorously or loudly.

  40. (RQ:King James Version) the men of the city, certain sons of Belial, beset the house round about, ''and'' beat at the door (..)

  41. (RQ:King James Version)

  42. To move with pulsation or throbbing.

  43. (quote-book)|others=canto 3, verse 21|passage=A thousand hearts beat happily.

  44. To win against; to defeat or overcome; to do or be better than; to excel (someone) in a particular, competitive event.

  45. (quote-song)|title=(w)|passage=There's nothing in this world beats a 52 Vincent and a red-headed girl.

  46. To sail to windward using a series of alternate tacks across the wind.

  47. To strike (water, foliage etc.) in order to drive out game; to travel through (a forest etc.) for hunting.

  48. To mix food in a rapid fashion. ''Compare whip.''

  49. of a buyer, to persuade the seller to reduce a price

  50. To indicate by beating or drumming.

  51. To tread, as a path.

  52. To exercise severely; to perplex; to trouble.

  53. (quote-book)|passage=I know not why any one should waste his time, and beat his head about the Latin grammar, who does not intend to be a critick, or make speeches, and write dispatches in it.

  54. To be in agitation or doubt.

  55. (RQ:Shakespeare Tempest)

  56. To make a sound when struck.

  57. To make a succession of strokes on a drum.

  58. To sound with more or less rapid alternations of greater and less intensity, so as to produce a pulsating effect; said of instruments, tones, or vibrations, not perfectly in unison.

  59. To arrive at a place before someone.

  60. To have intercourse.

  61. To rob.

  62. (inflection of)

  63. (inflection of)

  64. (senseid) Exhausted.

  65. (RQ:Kerouac On the Road)

  66. Dilapidated, up.

  67. Having impressively attractive makeup.

  68. Boring.

  69. Ugly.

  70. (senseid) A beatnik.

  71. 2008, David Wills, ''Beatdom'', Issue Three, March 2008

  72. The beats were pioneers with no destination, changing the world one impulse at a time.
  73. Relating to the Generation.

  74. saint, beatified

  75. monk

  76. A (l), a rhythmic pattern, notably in music

  77. (l) an early rock genre.

  78. beat

  79. beat (50s US literary and 70s UK music scenes)

  80. beat (rhythm accompanying music)

  81. drunk

  82. drunk, drunken, intoxicated; tipsy

  83. meat

  84. happiness