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beat·en

 (bēt′n)
adj.
1. Formed or made thin by hammering: beaten gold.
2. Worn by continuous use; familiar and much traveled: a village located well off the beaten path.
3. Totally worn-out; exhausted.

beaten

(ˈbiːtən)
adj
1. defeated or baffled
2. (Crafts) shaped or made thin by hammering: a bowl of beaten gold.
3. much travelled; well trodden (esp in the phrase the beaten track)
4. off the beaten track
a. in or into unfamiliar territory
b. out of the ordinary; unusual
5. (Cookery) (of food) mixed by beating; whipped
6. tired out; exhausted
7. (Hunting) hunting (of woods, undergrowth, etc) scoured so as to rouse game

beat•en

(ˈbit n)

adj.
1. formed or shaped by blows; hammered: a dish of beaten brass.
2. much trodden; commonly used: a beaten path.
3. defeated; vanquished; thwarted.
4. overcome by exhaustion; worn-out.
5. mixed or made light by beating: beaten eggs.
Idioms:
off the beaten track or path, out of the ordinary; not well-known; unusual.
[before 1100; Middle English beten, Old English bēaten, past participle of bēatan to beat]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.beaten - formed or made thin by hammeringbeaten - formed or made thin by hammering; "beaten gold"
2.beaten - much trodden and worn smooth or barebeaten - much trodden and worn smooth or bare; "did not stray from the beaten path"
familiar - well known or easily recognized; "a familiar figure"; "familiar songs"; "familiar guests"

beaten

adjective
1. well-trodden, worn, trodden, trampled, well-used, much travelled Before you is a well-worn path of beaten earth.
2. stirred, mixed, whipped, blended, whisked, frothy, foamy Cool a little and slowly add the beaten eggs.
3. shaped, worked, formed, stamped, hammered, forged brightly painted beaten metal
4. defeated, overcome, frustrated, overwhelmed, cowed, thwarted, trounced, vanquished, disheartened They had looked a beaten side with just seven minutes left.
Translations
مَخْفوقمَهْزوم، مَغْلوب
poraženýšlehanýzbitý
felvert
òeyttur, hrærîuryfirbugaîur, sigraîur; uppgefinn
šľahanýubitý
çalkalanmışçırpılmışyenikyenilmiş

beaten

[ˈbiːtn]
A. PP of beat
B. ADJ
1. (= shaped, compacted) [metal, earth] → batido
off the beaten track (= isolated) → apartado, retirado; (= unfrequented) → fuera de los lugares donde va todo el mundo
to get off the beaten trackapartarse de los lugares donde va todo el mundo
2. (= defeated) [person] → derrotado
he was a beaten manera un hombre derrotado

beaten

[ˈbiːtən] adj (= trampled) [earth] → battu(e)
off the beaten track → hors des chemins battus, hors des sentiers battus
to get off the beaten track → sortir des sentiers battusbeaten-up [ˌbiːtənˈʌp] adjdéglingué

beaten

ptp of beat
adj
metalgehämmert; egggeschlagen
earthfestgetreten; pathausgetreten; a well-beaten pathein Trampelpfad m; to be off the beaten track (fig)abgelegen sein
(= defeated) a beaten manein geschlagener Mann

beaten

[ˈbiːtn]
1. pp of beat
2. adj (metal) → battuto/a
off the beaten track → fuori mano

beat

(biːt) past tense beat: past participle ˈbeaten verb
1. to strike or hit repeatedly. Beat the drum.
2. to win against. She beat me in a contest.
3. to mix thoroughly. to beat an egg.
4. to move in a regular rhythm. My heart is beating faster than usual.
5. to mark or indicate (musical time) with a baton etc. A conductor beats time for an orchestra.
noun
1. a regular stroke or its sound. I like the beat of that song.
2. a regular or usual course. a policeman's beat.
ˈbeater noun
ˈbeating noun
ˈbeaten adjective
1. overcome; defeated. the beaten team; He looked tired and beaten.
2. mixed thoroughly. beaten egg.
beat about the bush
to approach a subject in an indirect way, without coming to the point or making any decision.
beat down
1. (of the sun) to give out great heat. The sun's rays beat down on us.
2. to (force to) lower a price by bargaining. We beat the price down; We beat him down to a good price.
beat it
to go away. Beat it, or I'll hit you!; She told her little brother to beat it.
beat off
to succeed in overcoming or preventing. The old man beat off the youths who attacked him; He beat the attack off easily.
beat a (hasty) retreat
to go away in a hurry. The children beat a hasty retreat when he appeared.
beat up
to punch, kick or hit (a person) severely and repeatedly. He beat up an old lady.
off the beaten track
away from main roads, centres of population etc.

beaten

a. pp. de to beat, maltratado-a; golpeado-a; vencido-a, derrotado-a.
References in classic literature ?
The young inventor admitted knowing the youthful scientist, but that was all, Tom reiterating his determination not to let Professor Bumper be beaten in the race for the idol of gold.
A beaten path, such as those made by the periodical passage of the deer, wound through a little glen at no great distance, and struck the river at the point where the white man and his red companions had posted themselves.
I wanted to keep my place by his side and not leave him under that rush of horses' feet, but it was in vain; and now without a master or a friend I was alone on that great slaughter ground; then fear took hold on me, and I trembled as I had never trembled before; and I too, as I had seen other horses do, tried to join in the ranks and gallop with them; but I was beaten off by the swords of the soldiers.
He could not even imagine how it would feel to be beaten.
They have been cruel, every one; they have worked me night and day in degraded employments, and beaten me; they have fed me ill, and some days not at all.
This carpet was carried away and the last grain of dust beaten and banged and swept our of it; then brought back and put down again.
I have seen him tie up a lame young woman, and whip her with a heavy cowskin upon her naked shoulders, causing the warm red blood to drip; and, in justification of the bloody deed, he would quote this passage of Scripture--"He that knoweth his master's will, and doeth it not, shall be beaten with many stripes.