To-beat

To-beat´


v. t.1.To beat thoroughly or severely.
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The framework agreement is first of all to-beat grant completed over a period of 24 months from the date and ends without need for termination.
The Elite, who clinched the last quarterfinal berth after avoiding an early exit twice, will try to spoil the Giants' twice- to-beat edge at 4 p.
Other variables measured were latency of onset, duration, and beat to-beat cycle length.
Until Saturday, the former Rangers management duo had plugged defensive holes, added class to midfield, breathed new life into a Duncan Ferguson-led attack and fashioned a hard- to-beat outfit that had gone 10 games without defeat.