Translations into Tagalog:
law enforcement: route of a patrol by a guard or officer
A pause with the camera focused on one shot, often a character's face (often used in screenplays/teleplays).
(transitive, UK, In haggling for a price) of a buyer, to persuade the seller to reduce a price
To mix food in a rapid fashion. Compare whip.
(intransitive, nautical) To sail to windward using a series of alternate tacks across the wind.
In newspapering, the primary focus of a reporter's stories (such as police/courts, education, city government, business etc.).
A small part of a dramatic play.
(transitive) To strike or pound repeatedly, usually in some sort of rhythm.
beat (with a stick)
(Should we delete <sup>(+)</sup> this redundant sense?) (impersonal): It beats X Y = X cannot understand Y , where Y is an indirect question.
beat (someone in battle)
A pulsation or throb.
to strike or pound repeatedly
interference between two tones of almost equal frequency
to hit, to knock, to pound, to strike
(nonstandard) Past participle of beat
(to) beat (with a stick)
The interference between two tones of almost equal frequency
(transitive) To hit; to knock; to pound; to strike.
set out (forth)
(gay slang) fabulous
beat (on something)
(transitive) To indicate by beating or drumming.
To strike or pound repeatedly, usually in some sort of rhythm.
(law enforcement) The route of a patrol by a guard or officer as in walk the beat .
Speed degree during a certain part of a song rythm.
attack (an enemy)
to win against
To end in success a struggle or contest.
(transitive) To win against; to defeat or overcome; to do better than, outdo, or excel (someone) in a particular, competitive event.
The instrumental portion of a piece of hip-hop music.
A pulse on the beat level, the metric level at which pulses are heard as the basic unit. Thus a beat is the basic time unit of a piece.
Similar phrases in dictionary English Tagalog. (1)
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