beatable
adjective see beat I

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • beatable — eat a*ble adj. capable of being defeated. Syn: vanquishable, vincible. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • beatable — index vulnerable Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • beatable — 1610s, from BEAT (Cf. beat) (v.) + ABLE (Cf. able) …   Etymology dictionary

  • beatable — /ˈbitəbəl/ (say beetuhbuhl) adjective 1. able to be beaten: butter soft enough to be beatable. 2. (of an opponent) of such quality or strength as to make it possible to defeat them: *So for me, I definitely think he s beatable and like I said, my …   Australian English dictionary

  • beatable — [[t]bi͟ːtəb(ə)l[/t]] ADJ GRADED: v link ADJ Someone who is beatable can be beaten. They have a lot of talent, are very aggressive and play tough defence. But they are beatable …   English dictionary

  • beatable — beat ► VERB (past beat; past part. beaten) 1) strike (someone) repeatedly and violently. 2) strike repeatedly to flatten or make a noise. 3) defeat, surpass, or overcome. 4) informal baffle. 5) (of the heart) pulsate. 6) …   English terms dictionary

  • beatable — adjective Able to be beaten. Ant: unbeatable …   Wiktionary

  • beatable — adj. can be defeated, can be overcome, surpassable …   English contemporary dictionary

  • beatable — adjective susceptible to being defeated • Syn: ↑vanquishable, ↑vincible • Similar to: ↑conquerable • Derivationally related forms: ↑vanquish (for: ↑vanquis …   Useful english dictionary

  • 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 …   Universalium

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