Beat in - definition, transcription

Amer.  |ˈbiːt ɪn|
Brit.  |biːt ɪn|


- teach by drills and repetition


The boys robbed the old man and beat his head in.

The firemen had to beat the door in.

With children as lazy as these, you have to beat the facts in.

Kerry is the man to beat in the US Democrats' race.

They have never seen a police officer on the beat in their area.

Beat in two of the egg yolks (=the yellow part).

Gradually beat in the sugar.

The boat beat in the strong wind

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