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beat-upadjective

 us   /ˈbiˈt̬ʌp/
damaged and in ​badcondition: He ​drove an ​old, beat-up ​stationwagon.
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beat upadjective

uk   /biːtˈʌp/  us   /biːt̬-/ (also beaten up) informal
(of things) in ​badcondition: [before noun] a beat-up ​oldcar
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Translations of “beat up”
in Chinese (Simplified) (东西)用坏了的,破烂的…
in Chinese (Traditional) (東西)用壞了的,破爛的…
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