What does beater mean?

Definitions for beater
ˈbi tərbeat·er

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. beaternoun

    a worker who rouses wild game from under cover for a hunter

  2. beaternoun

    an implement for beating

Wiktionary

  1. beaternoun

    A kitchen implement for mixing.

  2. beaternoun

    A stick used to play a percussion instrument.

  3. beater

    A man who drives game towards shooters in a hunting party, often working in a group.

  4. beater

    A papermaking machine for processing fibres by fibrillation in order to improve bonding strength

  5. beater

    An automobile in poor operating condition.

  6. beaternoun

    A sleeveless undershirt.

Samuel Johnson's Dictionary

  1. Beaternoun

    Etymology: from beat.

    Beat all your mortar with a beater three or four times over, before you use it; for thereby you incorporate the sand and lime well together. Joseph Moxon, Mechanical Exercises.

    The best schoolmaster of our time, was the greatest beater. Roger Ascham, Schoolmaster.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Beaternoun

    one who, or that which, beats

  2. Beaternoun

    a person who beats up game for the hunters

Freebase

  1. Beater

    A beater is a weaving tool designed to push the weft yarn securely into place. In small hand weaving such as Inkle weaving and tablet weaving the beater may be combined with the shuttle into a single tool. In rigid heddle looms the beater is combined with the heddles. Beaters appear both in a hand-held form, and as an integral part of a loom. Hand beaters must have enough mass to force the weaving into place, so they come in a variety of weights and sizes. Some may have lead inserts to provide additional heft for a smaller beater, and some are made entirely from metal. Loom beaters typically take the form of a bar mounted across the loom. The actual beating is done by a metal insert known as a reed, which contains a number of slots, known as dents, which the warp threads pass through. This is the more common form, as floor looms and mechanized looms both use a beater with a reed.

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  1. betear

  2. berate

  3. rebeat

  4. rebate

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of beater in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of beater in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

Examples of beater in a Sentence

  1. Mattia Binotto:

    I think there will be time to recover eventually, i think Ferrari will be a beater if you consider the overall of the season. Will Ferrari be a beater already in Australia ? Maybe not.

  2. Tom Caldwell:

    Jos is a smart guy, he's going to innovate and he's going to come up with innovative ways to increase Neo's market share, price is one way. I'm not convinced it will be a world beater for Neo, but it sure is innovative.

  3. Judge Martin Rudland:

    Telling a women beater who is clearly a control freak, binge drink and drug taker who by the way probably drives his car whilst intoxicated there's plenty more fish in the sea I would touch this prick with a blunt barge pole if I was shark shit!!!! Yes this is a sarcastic comment as its definately not a great comment by this so called Judge.

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  • Treiber, Quirl, SchneebesenGerman
  • batidorSpanish
  • vispiläFinnish
  • batteur, baguette de tambour, bazouFrench
  • klopper, trommelstok, drijver, wrakDutch
  • naganiaczPolish
  • lata-velha, calhambeque, batedeira, batedorPortuguese
  • заго́нщик, па́лочка, взбива́лка, развалю́ха, колоту́шка, уда́рная па́лочкаRussian

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