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policeman on the beat

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  • beat — [c]/bit / (say beet) verb (beat, beaten or beat, beating) –verb (t) 1. to strike repeatedly and usually violently. 2. to thrash, cane, or flog, as a punishment. 3. to whisk; stir, as in order to thicken or aerate: to beat cream; to beat eggwhites …   Australian English dictionary


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