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beaten
adjective
1 defeated or outmanoeuvred.
2 colloq, esp Aust & NZ exhausted or worn out.
3 made smooth or hard by beating or treading beaten path .
4 shaped and made thin by beating beaten gold .


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moth-eaten
adjective
1 said of cloth, etc: damaged by clothes moths.
2 colloq old and worn.


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neaten
verb (neatened , neatening ) to make something neat and tidy.
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threaten
verb (threatened , threatening )
1 to make or be a threat to someone or something.
2 to give warning of something, usually unpleasant or dangerous.
3 intr said of something unpleasant or dangerous: to seem likely to happen The storm threatened all day .
[13c]
threatening adjective .
threateningly adverb .


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unbeaten
adjective
1 not beaten, especially not defeated or surpassed.
2 cricket not out.
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