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battered 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/ˈbatərd/,
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Injured by repeated blows or punishment,
  1. (of food) Coated in batter and deep-fried until crisp


  1. damaged by blows or hard usage; "a battered old car"; "the beaten-up old Ford"
  2. exhibiting symptoms resulting from repeated physical and emotional injury; "a battered child"; "the battered woman syndrome"
  3. (battering) the act of subjecting to strong attack
  4. Battered is the debut album of the Norwegian thrash metal band Battered. It was released by Tabu Recordings on February 27 in Norway, March 13 in the rest of Europe and April 4, 2006 in USA.
  5. Battered is a Norwegian thrash metal band fronted by then-former (now reunited) Einherjer members Frode Glesnes, Gerhard Storesund and Aksel Herløe in 2004. Since then they have only released one demo: ...Beyond Recognition and one album Battered. ...
  6. (Battering) Domestic violence, also known as domestic abuse, spousal abuse, child abuse or intimate partner violence (IPV), can be broadly defined as a pattern of abusive behaviors by one or both partners in an intimate relationship such as marriage, dating, family, friends or cohabitation. ...
  7. Beaten up through a lot of use; in rough condition; weathered, beat-up; Beaten repeatedly or consistently; beaten up; Coated with batter
  8. (Battering) is a sociological term coined by the battered women's movement to describe a pattern of physical violence, intimidation, coercion, manipulation and other forms of abuse committed by a person (the batterer) to establish or maintain control of his or her partner.
  9. Product covered in liquid mixture, usually egg and flour. This is usually partly cooked (pre-cooked) to set the batter in place before freezing.
  10. (7) -- architectural term meaning a wall deliberately built not vertically but leaning inwards as it rises (Warren, 140) Sample Image (Lesson 17)
  11. To be drunk, tipsy, inebriated; from the concept of beer-battered fried fish.
  12. Cooked in a coating that usually contains wheat flour, eggs and milk.
  13. May be used to describe crenellations.
  14. In architecture, a term for a wall or pier that slopes backward as it rises from the ground.