dead beat


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dead beat

adj
informal tired out; exhausted
Translations

dead beat

adj (fam) → stanco/a morto/a
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Another big platter worth tracking down is the Battered Suitcases Oblivion LP (on Dead Beat Records).
Many of you doubtless remember how the music business was described as a goner, toast, dead beat, etc.
She's cast criminals, prostitutes, dead beat mothers, drug abusers and alcoholics, domestic violence abusers," she tweeted.
Among the bands and artists playing were Dead Beat Brass, Instant Species, August Tides and Beth McCarthy.
He added: "At the end of three days of hiking, I am looking forward to relaxing in the Dead Sea - I know I will appreciate it as I'll be dead beat by then.
Doug Johnston, Author of The Dead Beat Amy Poehler's Yes Please.
THE Dead Beat Echoes play alongside The Charlatans at St George''s Hall on bank Holiday Monday as part of the Liverpool International Music Festival.
Old-school members of the Hate Crew were treated to Children Of Bodom and Follow The Reaper, while crowd-pleasers Living Dead Beat, Needled 24/7 and the epic Angels Don't Kill sounded huge.
On a rare card with two sellers, there was plenty of interest at the auction after Knock Em Dead beat front-running Irish challenger Capall Eile in the 2m6f hurdle.
for a Tramp and Epitaph for a Dead Beat, originally published almost fifty years ago, reminds us that David Markson (as David Markson) has done some slumming too, and that, like his fellow moonlighters, Markson was not, when writing pulp, attempting to produce literature.
The next three boats finished in a dead beat and the entire fleet finished within one minute and ten seconds of each other.
Soon I embarked on what Marilyn Johnson, in her remarkably vivid, illuminating and detailed book about this job, refers to as "The Dead Beat.