beat–up

play
adjective \ˈbēt-ˌəp, -ˈəp\

1863

First Known Use of beat–up

1863


BEAT–UP Defined for English Language Learners

beat–up

play
adjective \ˈbēt-ˌəp, -ˈəp\

Definition of beat–up for English Language Learners

  • : old and badly worn or damaged


BEAT–UP Defined for Kids

beat–up

play
adjective \ˈbēt-ˌəp\

Definition of beat–up for Students

  1. :  badly worn or damaged by use or neglect <a beat-up old car>


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