batter

batter
I
verb
(to beat with blow after blow: He was battered to death with a large stick.) moler a palos, apalear

II
noun
(a mixture of flour, eggs and milk or water used in cooking. fry the fish in batter; pancake batter.) mezcla culinaria a base de harina, huevos y leche o agua
batter1 n pasta de rebozar
in batter rebozado / a la romana
squid in batter calamares a la romana
batter2 vb
1. golpear / pegar / aporrear
someone was battering at the door alguien golpeaba la puerta
2. rebozar
battered fish pescado rebozado
batter
tr['bætəSMALLr/SMALL]
noun
1 SMALLCOOKERY/SMALL rebozado
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
in batter rebozado,-a
squid in batter calamares a la romana
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batter
tr['bætəSMALLr/SMALL]
noun
1 SMALLSPORT/SMALL (baseball, cricket) bateador,-ra
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batter
tr['bætəSMALLr/SMALL]
transitive verb
1 (person) golpear, apalear; (bruise) magullar; (object) maltratar, estropear
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to batter somebody about dar una buena paliza a alguien
to batter at something golpear algo
the police battered at the door la policía golpeó la puerta
to batter something in echar algo abajo
they had to batter the door in tuvieron que echar la puerta abajo
to batter somebody to death matar a alguien a palos
batter ['bæt̬ər] vt
1) beat: aporrear, golpear
2) mistreat: maltratar
batter n
1) : masa f para rebozar
2) hitter: bateador m, -dora f
batter
n.
albardilla s.f.
apalear s.m.
bateador, -ora s.m.,f.
batido s.m.
pasta s.f.
v.
apalear v.
estropear v.

I 'bætər, 'bætə(r)
transitive verb
1) (beat) \<\<victim/opponent\>\> apalear, aporrear; \<\<child/wife\>\> maltratar, pegarle* a

boats battered by the storm — barcos azotados por la tormenta

2) (cover with batter) rebozar*
Phrasal Verbs:

II
noun
1) u (for fried fish, etc) rebozado m, pasta f para rebozar; (for pancakes) masa f; (for cake) (AmE) masa f
2) c (in baseball) (AmE) bateador, -dora m,f

I
['bætǝ(r)]
N (Culin) mezcla f para rebozar

in batter — rebozado


II ['bætǝ(r)]
1.
N (Baseball, Cricket) bateador(a) m / f
See:
see cultural note BASEBALL in baseball,
see cultural note CRICKET in cricket
2. VT
1) [+ person] apalear; [+ wife, baby] maltratar; [boxer] magullar; [wind, waves] azotar; (Mil) cañonear, bombardear
2) (verbally etc) criticar ásperamente, poner como un trapo *
* * *

I ['bætər, 'bætə(r)]
transitive verb
1) (beat) \<\<victim/opponent\>\> apalear, aporrear; \<\<child/wife\>\> maltratar, pegarle* a

boats battered by the storm — barcos azotados por la tormenta

2) (cover with batter) rebozar*
Phrasal Verbs:

II
noun
1) u (for fried fish, etc) rebozado m, pasta f para rebozar; (for pancakes) masa f; (for cake) (AmE) masa f
2) c (in baseball) (AmE) bateador, -dora m,f

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

Mira otros diccionarios:

  • Batter — may refer to: * Batter (cooking) * Batter (baseball) * Batsman (cricket), sometimes called a batter * To hit or strike a person, as in committing the crime of battery * To hit or strike a person, as in committing the tort of battery, a common law …   Wikipedia

  • Batter — Bat ter, n. A backward slope in the face of a wall or of a bank; receding slope. [1913 Webster] {Batter rule}, an instrument consisting of a rule or frame, and a plumb line, by which the batter or slope of a wall is regulated in building. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Batter — Bat ter, n. [OE. batere, batire; cf. OF. bateure, bature, a beating. See {Batter}, v. t.] 1. A semi liquid mixture of several ingredients, as, flour, eggs, milk, etc., beaten together and used in cookery. King. [1913 Webster] 2. Paste of clay or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Batter — Bat ter (b[a^]t t[ e]r), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Battered} (b[a^]t t[ e]rd); p. pr. & vb. n. {Battering}.] [OE. bateren, OF. batre, F. battre, fr. LL. battere, for L. batuere to strike, beat; of unknown origin. Cf. {Abate}, {Bate} to abate.] [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • batter — vb mangle, *maim, mutilate, cripple Analogous words: *beat, pound, pummel, thrash, buffet, belabor, baste batter n *dough, paste battle n Battle, engagement, action denote a hostile meeting between opposing military forces …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • batter — [n] mixture before baking concoction, dough, mix, mush*, paste, preparation, recipe; concepts 457,466 batter [v] strike and damage assault, bash, beat, break, bruise, buffet, clobber, contuse, cripple, crush, dash, deface, demolish, destroy,… …   New thesaurus

  • batter — Ⅰ. batter [1] ► VERB ▪ strike repeatedly with hard blows. DERIVATIVES batterer noun. ORIGIN Old French batre to beat . Ⅱ. batter [2] ► NOUN …   English terms dictionary

  • batter — batter1 [bat′ər] vt. [ME bateren < OFr battre < VL battere < L battuere, to beat, via Gaul < IE base * bhāt , to strike > L fatuus, foolish & Sans bátati, (he) strikes; also, in part, freq. of BAT1, v.] 1. a) to beat or strike with …   English World dictionary

  • Batter — Bat ter, v. i. (Arch.) To slope gently backward. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Batter — Bat ter (b[a^]t t[ e]r), n. The one who wields the bat in baseball; the one whose turn it is at bat; formerly called the {batsman}. [1913 Webster +PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • batter — index beat (strike), force (break), lash (strike), mishandle (maltreat), mutilate …   Law dictionary

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