- adj.破旧的; 磨损的; 受虐待的; 消瘦的
For sole sake of rejection, I even run away and battered.
We battered the door down.
I'm so not a battered woman.
The ammunition started to explode so we battered down and sat it out.
Palestinian rockets fired from the Gaza Strip crashed into the battered Israeli border town of Sderot.
The victim's face was battered to a pulp.
They were gone and all that was left was my poor, battered car.
他们消失得无影无踪,留下的只有我那可怜的 、 被砸坏的爱车.
The heavy waves battered the ship to pieces.
In the first room, the engineer is snoring, with a battered, opened and emptied can.
第一个房间, 工程师正打着鼾.罐子被打扁, 开了,里面空了.
While the battered car was moving away, Roy stopped his bus and telephoned the police.
He battered up his car in the race.
They were battered, scarred.
The storm battered up our boat pretty badly.
The opened battered mouth of the corpse bothered him.
The winds battered the trees.
They battered through the floorboards somehow.
The police battered the door down and rescued the children from the burning house.
She battered at the door with her fists.
a battered old car
A karate expert battered a man to death.
The country has been battered by winds of between fifty and seventy miles an hour.
Her battered body was discovered in a field.
Thousands are desperately trying to leave their battered homes.
Battered pine floors slanted down to a Georgian window.
He drove up in a battered old car.
Frank Mariano negotiates the desert terrain in his battered pickup.
He was battered unconscious.
He pulled on a battered old crash helmet with a scratched visor.
A tearful husband repeated calls for help in catching the fiend who battered his wife.
1. damaged by blows or hard usage;
"a battered old car"
"the beaten-up old Ford"
2. damaged especially by hard usage;
"his battered old hat"
3. beaten repeatedly with heavy blows;
"a battered child"
"the battered woman syndrome"