- adj.被打败的; 锤薄的; 耗损的，常走的; 筋疲力尽的;
- v.（心脏等）跳动( beat的过去分词); 击打; （风、雨等）吹打;
The rescuers were beaten back by strong winds and currents.
In a warm-up game for the World Cup, Uruguay have beaten England.
They would look out through the cracks of their weather-beaten door.
Before you is a well-worn path of beaten earth.
Each has several times beaten the other in a straight fight.
Her sandals were old and somewhat beaten-up, but very comfortable.
Nick Faldo was beaten by Peter Baker in a play-off.
There are no excuses. We were beaten fair and square.
One prisoner claimed he'd been dragged to a cell, stripped and beaten.
Tiny secluded beaches can be found off the beaten track.
They had been beaten by a below-strength side.
Stephens had beaten him embarrassingly easily.
He was found beaten and in shock.
He was just beaten in a photo-finish.
England were comprehensively beaten by South Africa.
1. beaten repeatedly with heavy blows;
"a battered child"
"the battered woman syndrome"
2. formed or made thin by hammering;
3. much trodden and worn smooth or bare;
"did not stray from the beaten path"
off the beaten track (或 path)
in or into an isolated place