batter

  • 41 Batter — Сбитый шрифт || сбивать шрифт …

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  • 42 batter — Synonyms and related words: Beau Brummel, abuse, albumen, amateur athlete, archer, assault, athlete, attack, ballplayer, bang, barbarize, baseballer, baseman, bash, baste, battery, beat, beat up, belabor, blocking back, bombard, bonnyclabber,… …

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  • 43 batter — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. smash, beat, pound. See destruction, impulse. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [One who bats] Syn. hitter, batsman, pinch hitter, designated hitter, switch hitter, player, man who is up, man at the plate,… …

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  • 44 Batter — Bat|ter 〈[bæ̣tə(r)] m.; Gen.: s, Pl.: ; Sport; Baseball〉 derjenige Spieler, der am Schlag ist [Etym.: <engl. bat »Schläger, Schlagknüppel«] …

    Lexikalische Deutsches Wörterbuch

  • 45 batter — bat·ter || bætÉ™ n. one who wields a bat (in a game of baseball, cricket, etc.); baking mixture v. strike, beat, hit repeatedly …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 46 batter —    To slope inward (receding from bottom to top), often almost imperceptibly, or such an inward slope of a wall. Walls have most often been battered for structural reasons. Also see architecture and declivity …

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  • 47 batter — batter1 verb 1》 strike repeatedly with hard blows.     ↘subject (one s spouse, partner, or child) to repeated violence and assault. 2》 [usu. as noun battering] criticize severely or defeat heavily. Derivatives batterer noun Origin ME: from OFr.… …

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  • 48 batter — I. v. a. 1. Beat, smite, pelt, dash against. 2. Bruise, break, shatter, shiver, smash, demolish, destroy, strike down, knock down, shake to pieces, shiver to pieces. 3. Indent, wear, wear away, abrade, deface, mar, disfigure. II. v. n. 1. Attack… …

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  • 49 Batter — 1) A sloping part of a curtain wall. The sharp angle at the base of all walls and towers along their exterior surface. Built to protect the base of the wall against attack and increase its stability. 2) Lower sloping surface of a wall linking a… …

    Medieval glossary

  • 50 batter — verb they took turns battering the effigy Syn: pummel, pound, hit repeatedly, buffet, thrash, beat up, clobber, trounce, rain blows on; informal knock around/about, beat the living daylights out of, give someone a good hiding, lay into, lace into …

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  • 51 batter — I v 1. beat, beat up, pound, lay on, pommel, pummel, thrash, trounce, pelt, Sl. paste, Sl. clobber, Archaic. belabor; maul, manhandle, rough up, Sl. knock around or about, Sl. give one the works; smite, hit, strike, slap, smack, cuff, buffet,… …

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  • 52 batter — bat·ter …

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  • 53 batter — verb Syn: beat up, hit repeatedly, pummel, pound, rain blows on, buffet, belabour, thrash; informal knock about/around, lay into, do over …

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  • 54 Batter (cooking) — Batter is a liquid mixture, usually based on one or more flours combined with liquids such as water, milk or beer. Egg is also a common component. Often a leavening agent is included in the mixture to aerate and fluff up the batter as it cooks… …

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  • 55 Batter rule — Batter Bat ter, n. A backward slope in the face of a wall or of a bank; receding slope. [1913 Webster] {Batter rule}, an instrument consisting of a rule or frame, and a plumb line, by which the batter or slope of a wall is regulated in building.… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 56 Batter bits — are the solidified and fried batter which does not stick to battered foodstuffs. These small pieces of batter, known in some parts of the UK as scraps, are considered waste because of their lack of nutritional value and high fat content.Fact|date …

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  • 57 batter down — ˈbatter ˌdown [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they batter down he/she/it batters down present participle battering down past tense …

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  • 58 batter something down — ˌbatter sthˈdown derived to hit sth hard many times until it breaks or comes down • The police had to batter the door down. Main entry: ↑batterderived …

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  • 59 batter-dipped — batter coated fish …

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  • 60 batter-fried — batter coated fish …

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