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  • 1 Beat down EP — is an EP from French electronic music producer Para One. The style is Downtempo and Electro.Track listing12 A1 Beat DownA2 J aimerais BienA3 Beat Down (Instrumental)B1 Turtle TroubleB2 Nobody CaresExternal links [http://www.discogs.com… …

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  • 2 beat down on — (someone/something) to come from the sky with great force. We lay in bed listening to the rain beat down on the metal roof. Even early in the day a blazing sun beat down on them without mercy. Usage notes: said about rain and sun …

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  • 3 beat down — ► beat down force (someone) to reduce the price of something. Main Entry: ↑beat …

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  • 4 beat down — index browbeat, haggle, subdue Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 5 beat down — verb 1. persuade the seller to accept a lower price She beat the merchant down $100 • Syn: ↑bargain down • Hypernyms: ↑haggle, ↑higgle, ↑chaffer, ↑huckster • Verb …

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  • 6 beat down — v. 1) (D; intr.) to beat down on (the sun beat down on us mercilessly) 2) (BE) (D; tr.) ( to persuade to reduce a price ) to beat down to (I beat them down to ten pounds) * * * [ biːt daʊn] (BE) (D: tr.) ( to persuade to reduce a price ) to beat… …

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  • 7 beat down — phrasal verb Word forms beat down : present tense I/you/we/they beat down he/she/it beats down present participle beating down past tense beat down past participle beaten down 1) [intransitive] if the sun beats down, it shines very brightly… …

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  • 8 beat down — 1) PHRASAL VERB When the sun beats down, it is very hot and bright. 2) PHRASAL VERB When the rain beats down, it rains very hard. [V P] Even in the winter with the rain beating down, it s nice and cosy in there. 3) PHRASAL VERB If you beat down a …

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  • 9 beat down — {v.} 1. To crush or break the spirit of; win over; conquer. * /All their defenses were beaten down by the tanks./ 2. {informal} a. To try to get reduced; force down by discussing. * /Can we beat down the price?/ b. To persuade or force (someone)… …

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  • 10 beat down — {v.} 1. To crush or break the spirit of; win over; conquer. * /All their defenses were beaten down by the tanks./ 2. {informal} a. To try to get reduced; force down by discussing. * /Can we beat down the price?/ b. To persuade or force (someone)… …

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  • 11 beat\ down — v 1. To crush or break the spirit of; win over; conquer. All their defenses were beaten down by the tanks. 2. informal a. To try to get reduced; force down by discussing. Can we beat down the price? b. To persuade or force (someone) to accept a… …

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  • 12 beat-down — adj American tired, exhausted. A more recent version of the colloquial (dead )beat. ► She was sure looking beat down after her weekend …

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  • 13 beat down — phr verb Beat down is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑sun, ↑sunshine …

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  • 14 beat down — beat (someone) down to make someone tired or unable to continue doing something. I like the work, but the schedule just beats me down and wears on me. Usage notes: often used in the form be beaten down: Paul was so beaten down by his debts that… …

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  • 15 beat down — Synonyms and related words: bargain, bear down, bend, bid, bid for, blow down, break, break down, bring down, bring low, bring to terms, browbeat, bulldoze, bully, burn down, cast down, castrate, chaffer, cheapen, chop down, clamp down on, coerce …

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  • 16 beat down — 1. Batter, overturn, destroy, break, throw down. 2. Subdue, overpower, overcome, crush, put down. 3. Press down (by blows), lay flat …

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  • 17 beat down — verb a) (of the sun or rain) to strike with great force. We had to leave the beach because the sun was really beating down. b) To haggle someone to sell at a lower price. It was a ghastly morning, with the rain beating down in sheets …

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  • 18 beat down — bring down, force down; discourage, dishearten …

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  • 19 ˌbeat ˈdown — phrasal verb 1) if the sun beats down, it shines very brightly 2) if the rain beats down, it rains very hard …

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  • 20 beat down — (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb To be projected with blinding intensity: blaze1, glare. See LIGHT …

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