break up, pick
beat up, work over
(et-verb form of)
to hit something repeatedly, as a nail with a hammer or a log with an axe
to beat somebody up
to bill (to work with a billhook)
to chop, often with (m) (to sever with an axe or similar tool)
to chop (to cut into pieces, such as vegetables)
to beat (to win somebody with a considerable margin)
to beat (to be better in something than somebody else)
''Matti hakkaa Pekan matematiikassa.''
Matti beats Pekka in mathematics.
to beat (to play certain musical instruments, such as drums or piano, with a great fervor)