Detailed Translations for beater from English to Spanish


beater [the ~] noun

  1. the beater (carpet-beater)
    el batidor; el aldaba

Translation Matrix for beater:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
aldaba beater; carpet-beater door handle; door-latch
batidor beater; carpet-beater charioteer; waggoner; wagoner
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- driver

Related Words for "beater":

Synonyms for "beater":

Related Definitions for "beater":

  1. an implement for beating1
  2. a worker who rouses wild game from under cover for a hunter1

Wiktionary Translations for beater:

  1. a kitchen implement for mixing

beater form of beat:

to beat verb (beats, beated, beating)

  1. to beat (hit; strike; smash; )

Conjugations for beat:

  1. beat
  2. beat
  3. beats
  4. beat
  5. beat
  6. beat
simple past
  1. beated
  2. beated
  3. beated
  4. beated
  5. beated
  6. beated
present perfect
  1. have beated
  2. have beated
  3. has beated
  4. have beated
  5. have beated
  6. have beated
past continuous
  1. was beating
  2. were beating
  3. was beating
  4. were beating
  5. were beating
  6. were beating
  1. shall beat
  2. will beat
  3. will beat
  4. shall beat
  5. will beat
  6. will beat
continuous present
  1. am beating
  2. are beating
  3. is beating
  4. are beating
  5. are beating
  6. are beating
  1. be beated
  2. be beated
  3. be beated
  4. be beated
  5. be beated
  6. be beated
  1. beat!
  2. let's beat!
  3. beated
  4. beating
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for beat:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
golpear knocking on; tapping on
- beatnik; cadence; heartbeat; measure; meter; metre; musical rhythm; pulsation; pulse; rhythm; round
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
aporrear bang; batter; beat; hammer; hit; smack; smash; strike beat up; castigate; drub; flog; knock about; lash; pound; punch; push; rack; thump; trounce; whack; whip
dar golpes bang; batter; beat; hammer; hit; smack; smash; strike affect; chop down; concern; cut down; fell; hit; hit someone; knock; move; pound; strike; strike someone; tap; tap at; touch
dar un golpe bang; batter; beat; hammer; hit; smack; smash; strike
golpear bang; batter; beat; hammer; hit; smack; smash; strike affect; bang; brush against; bump against; call; clang; clink; concern; drive; drive piles; flutter; hammer; hit; hit someone; jangle; jingle; knock; knock together; move; pound; ram; rattle; rattling; ring; ruckle; slap; smack; strike; strike someone; strike together; tap; tap at; tap in; thump; tinkle; touch
pegar a bang; batter; beat; hammer; hit; smack; smash; strike
- baffle; beat out; beat up; bewilder; bunk; circumvent; crush; drum; exhaust; flap; get; mystify; outfox; outsmart; outwit; overreach; perplex; pose; pound; pulsate; puzzle; quiver; scramble; shell; stick; thrum; thump; tick; ticktack; ticktock; trounce; tucker; tucker out; vanquish; vex; wash up; work over
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- all in; bushed; dead
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- pulsate; thrash; throb

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Related Definitions for "beat":

  1. very tired1
    • so beat I could flop down and go to sleep anywhere1
  2. the act of beating to windward; sailing as close as possible to the direction from which the wind is blowing1
  3. a stroke or blow1
    • the signal was two beats on the steam pipe1
  4. a regular rate of repetition1
    • the cox raised the beat1
  5. the basic rhythmic unit in a piece of music1
    • the conductor set the beat1
  6. (prosody) the accent in a metrical foot of verse1
  7. the sound of stroke or blow1
    • he heard the beat of a drum1
  8. the rhythmic contraction and expansion of the arteries with each beat of the heart1
    • he could feel the beat of her heart1
  9. a regular route for a sentry or police officer1
    • in the old days a policeman walked a beat and knew all his people by name1
  10. a member of the beat generation; a nonconformist in dress and behavior1
  11. a single pulsation of an oscillation produced by adding two waves of different frequencies; has a frequency equal to the difference between the two oscillations1
  12. wear out completely1
    • I'm beat1
  13. be a mystery or bewildering to1
    • This beats me!1
  14. come out better in a competition, race, or conflict1
    • Agassi beat Becker in the tennis championship1
    • We beat the competition1
  15. beat through cleverness and wit1
    • I beat the traffic1
  16. give a beating to; subject to a beating, either as a punishment or as an act of aggression1
    • Thugs beat him up when he walked down the street late at night1
    • The teacher used to beat the students1
  17. hit repeatedly1
    • beat on the door1
    • beat the table with his shoe1
  18. strike (water or bushes) repeatedly to rouse animals for hunting1
  19. strike (a part of one's own body) repeatedly, as in great emotion or in accompaniment to music1
    • beat one's breast1
    • beat one's foot rhythmically1
  20. stir vigorously1
    • beat the egg whites1
    • beat the cream1
  21. shape by beating1
    • beat swords into ploughshares1
  22. produce a rhythm by striking repeatedly1
    • beat the drum1
  23. make by pounding or trampling1
    • beat a path through the forest1
  24. move with or as if with a regular alternating motion1
  25. move rhythmically1
    • Her heart was beating fast1
  26. indicate by beating, as with the fingers or drumsticks1
  27. sail with much tacking or with difficulty1
    • The boat beat in the strong wind1
  28. move with a flapping motion1
  29. move with a thrashing motion1
    • The eagle beat its wings and soared high into the sky1
  30. glare or strike with great intensity1
    • The sun was beating down on us1
  31. make a rhythmic sound1
    • The drums beat all night1
  32. make a sound like a clock or a timer1
    • the grandfather clock beat midnight1
  33. avoid paying1
    • beat the subway fare1
  34. be superior1
    • Reading beats watching television1
    • This sure beats work!1

Wiktionary Translations for beat:

  1. to whip
  2. to win against
  3. nautical
  4. to hit, to knock, to pound, to strike
  5. to strike or pound repeatedly

Cross Translation:
beat batir kloppen — verslaan
beat palpitar; latir kloppen — hoorbaar bewegen
beat batir; vencer besiegen — den Sieg über jemanden erringen
beat distanciar distanzierenSport, transitiv: jemanden im Wettkampf weit überholen, hinter sich lassen, überbieten
beat golpear hauen — einen oder mehrere Schlag versetzen
beat aporrear klopfen — Periodische Bewegung, die ein rhythmisches Geräusch entfaltet.
beat batir schlagen — (transitiv) gegen eine Person in einer Disziplin oder Tätigkeit gewinnen
beat batir schlagen — (transitiv) heftige, starke Bewegung, mit dem Ziel etwas oder jemanden zu treffen
beat perturbar; sacudir agiter — Traductions à trier suivant le sens
beat chapotear barboterbredouiller, marmonner, parler d’une manière confuse, s’embrouiller dans ses explications.
beat batir; golpear battre — Frapper de coups répétés
beat vencer; derrotar; batir battre — Vaincre et, par extension, gagner sur quelqu’un à un sport, à un jeu, à une compétition
beat acuñar; barajar; golpetear; pegar; sacudir; trillar battrefrapper de coups répétés.
beat blandir; tremolar brandiragiter dans sa main une arme, comme si on se préparer à frapper.
beat chapotear clapoter — marine|fr éprouver le clapotis.
beat dominar; aventajar; superar dominercommander souverainement, avoir une puissance absolue.
beat golpear; pegar frapper — A TRIER
beat ganar; cobrar gagner — Traductions à trier suivant le sens
beat chocar; golpear; pegar; percutir; desagradar; escandalizar; sorprender; batir heurterentrer brusquement en contact.
beat barloventear; bordear; navegar de bolina louvoyer — marine|fr Faire plusieurs routes en zigzag au plus près du vent, en lui présenter tantôt un côté du bâtiment, tantôt l’autre.
beat pulso pouls — Battement des artères...
beat ritmo rythmenombre ; cadence ; mesure.
beat superar; vencer; atravesar; aventajar surmontermonter au-dessus.
beat vencer vaincreremporter la victoire sur ses ennemis, dans la guerre.

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