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  • 1 beat back — (something) to reduce the power or importance of something. People who experience a disaster have to beat back the fear and sadness all over again when another disaster strikes. Once again, health care reform has been beaten back in Congress …

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  • 2 beat back — index repel (drive back), repulse, resist (oppose) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 beat back — verb cause to move back by force or influence repel the enemy push back the urge to smoke beat back the invaders • Syn: ↑repel, ↑drive, ↑repulse, ↑force back, ↑push back …

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  • 4 beat back — Synonyms and related words: brush off, chase, chase away, chase off, cut, dismiss, drive away, drive back, fend off, hold off, keep off, pack off, push back, put back, rebuff, refuse, repel, repulse, send away, send off, send packing, snub, spurn …

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  • 5 beat back — force back, drive away, repel …

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  • 6 beat back — Repulse, repel, drive back …

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  • 7 beat back something — beat back (something) to reduce the power or importance of something. People who experience a disaster have to beat back the fear and sadness all over again when another disaster strikes. Once again, health care reform has been beaten back in… …

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  • 8 Bring The Beat Back — Steady B – Bring The Beat Back Veröffentlichung 1986 Label Jive Records Format(e) LP, MK Genre(s) Hip Hop Anzahl der Titel 9 Chronik …

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  • 9 Bring the Beat Back — Studioalbum von Steady B Veröffentlichung 1986 Label Jive Records Forma …

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  • 10 Bring the Beat Back — Infobox Album Name = Bring the Beat Back Type = Album Artist = Steady B Released = 1986 Genre = Hip hop Length = Label = Jive/RCA Records 1020 J Producer = Marley Marl Lawrence Goodman Reviews = * Allmusic Rating|4|5… …

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  • 11 beat — [bēt] vt. beat, beaten, beating [ME beten < OE beatan < IE * bhaut < base * bhau , * bhū , to strike, beat > BEETLE2, BUTT1 & BUTT2, L fustis, a club] 1. to …

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  • 12 Back to the Blues — Back To The Blues …

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  • 13 Beat Thing, The — by David Meltzer (2004)    It was almost inevitable that david meltzer would address the subject of “the Beats.” One of the most moving images in the Beat Culture and the New America museum exhibit that traveled around the country in 1996 was a… …

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  • 15 beat — beatable, adj. /beet/, v., beat, beaten or beat, beating, n., adj. v.t. 1. to strike violently or forcefully and repeatedly. 2. to dash against: rain beating the trees. 3. to flutter, flap, or rotate in or against: beating the air with its wings …

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  • 16 beat — [[t]bit[/t]] v. beat, beat•en beat, beat•ing 1) to strike forcefully and repeatedly: to beat a toy drum[/ex] 2) cvb to hit (a person or animal) repeatedly so as to cause painful injury; thrash (often fol. by up) 3) to dash against: rain beating… …

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  • 17 beat sb back — UK US beat sb/sth back Phrasal Verb with beat({{}}/biːt/ verb [T] (beat, beaten, US also beat) ► to stop someone or something from succeeding: »The central bank has come a step closer to cutting interest rates by trumpeting its success in beating …

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  • 18 beat sb/sth back — UK US beat sb/sth back Phrasal Verb with beat({{}}/biːt/ verb [T] (beat, beaten, US also beat) ► to stop someone or something from succeeding: »The central bank has come a step closer to cutting interest rates by trumpeting its success in beating …

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  • 19 beat sth back — UK US beat sb/sth back Phrasal Verb with beat({{}}/biːt/ verb [T] (beat, beaten, US also beat) ► to stop someone or something from succeeding: »The central bank has come a step closer to cutting interest rates by trumpeting its success in beating …

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  • 20 beat someone/something off — REPEL, fight off, fend off, stave off, repulse, drive away/back, force back, beat back, push back, put to flight. → beat * * * succeed in resisting an attacker or an attack ■ win against a challenge or rival …

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