Definición de beaten en inglés:

beaten

Saltos de línea: beaten
Pronunciación: /ˈbiːt(ə)n
 
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past participle of beat.

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1Having been defeated: last year’s beaten finalist
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  • Thoroughly deserving defeat, the beaten finalists for the past three years will not be able to go one better this time around.
  • At Potsdam, Patricia was a beaten finalist in the 100m and 200m races and unfortunately just missed out on the bronze medal, by one tenth of a second.
  • The beaten finalist was relatively philosophical about his defeat.
1.1Exhausted and dejected: he sat feeling old and beaten
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  • The rider moans in an exhausted and beaten heap.
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2Having been beaten or struck: he trudged home like a beaten cur
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  • Dom had left with the look of a beaten dog on his face, the nurse had gone too, and the doctor had checked some things in his room while Matt pretended to be sleeping before he left too.
  • They love nothing better than to see a strong man break down and act like a beaten dog, a loser, because they're all so weak themselves.
  • A few boys were running breakneck for the street like beaten dogs.
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3(Of food) stirred vigorously to a uniform consistency: beaten egg
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  • Sometimes the mother also sends down a bundle of savoury channa and beaten rice.
  • When the mixture has completely cooled, stir in the beaten egg and season with the salt and pepper.
  • There is something quite irresistible about clouds of softly beaten cream and sugary, honey-coloured meringue.
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whisked, whipped, stirred, mixed, blended;
frothy, foamy
3.1(Of metal) shaped by hammering, typically so as to give the surface a dimpled texture: beaten copper coffee tables
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  • The restaurant is beautiful, aglow with rich hardwoods, cream parchment, wrought copper screens and beaten metal surfaces.
  • The paint has chipped and flaked away, revealing the beaten silver metal beneath.
  • Crafty collars made of beaten metal, neckpieces of wood and macramé, great big pendants and crosses are all back from the wilderness.
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3.2(Of precious metal) hammered to form thin foil for ornamental use: magnificent howdahs covered with beaten gold and silver
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  • The volume was plated with a thin layer of beaten gold, and a row of high-quality garnets traced up its spine.
  • Indian sweets are traditionally decorated with a very thin layer of beaten silver.
  • Her glistening black hair was encircled by a crown of animal figures carved from lapis lazuli intertwined and connected by vines and leaves of knotted beaten copper.
4(Of a path) well trodden; much used.
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  • You have to literally drive off the beaten path to get there; a gravel road that traverses over a single lane bridge takes you up a winding path to a parking area.
  • Unlike most Hindi films, where the heroine is relegated to looking pretty, this movie follows the less beaten path of strong women oriented films.
  • The Publik aims to lure partiers away from the beaten path
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well trodden, much trodden, well used, much travelled, worn, well worn

Frases

off the beaten track (or path)

In or into an isolated place: we tried to find locations slightly off the beaten track
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  • It was not intended as an insult, it was simply an allusion to the geographical location, which is slightly off the beaten track.
  • They may be slightly off the beaten track, but a visit is well worth the car journey and can make for a beautiful day out far, far away from the madding crowd.
  • Part of Galicia's appeal to the tourist is the attraction of visiting somewhere slightly off the beaten track.
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unfrequented, isolated, quiet, private, remote, out of the way, outlying, secluded, hidden, backwoods, in the back of beyond, in the middle of nowhere, in the hinterlands
informal in the sticks

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