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Translation of "beat" - English-Turkish dictionary

beat

noun [C]     /biːt/
REGULAR SOUND
B2 a regular sound that is made by your heart or by something hitting a surface kalp atışı, tık sesi a heart beat the beat of a drumThe circulatory system and blood
RHYTHM
B2 the main rhythm of a piece of music müzikte vuruş, tını, çıkarılan her bir ses, nota, tempo loud music with a repetitive beatTechnical music terms
AREA
the area of a town or city that a police officer walks around regularly devriye Having more police officers on the beat (= walking around their beat) should help to reduce crime.The police generally
(Definition of beat noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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