Translation of beaten in Spanish:

beaten

Pronunciation /ˈbitn/ /ˈbiːt(ə)n/

past participle

adjective

  • 1

    (defeated)
    (opponent) derrotado
    • Thoroughly deserving defeat, the beaten finalists for the past three years will not be able to go one better this time around.
    • At Potsdam, Patricia was a beaten finalist in the 100m and 200m races and unfortunately just missed out on the bronze medal, by one tenth of a second.
    • The beaten finalist was relatively philosophical about his defeat.
    • The talk should have been of his tremendous fight back, a late rally that saw last year's beaten finalist's escape to victory over a brave East Kerry side.
    • The four ties which were played as the long haul to the final in Glasgow in June began saw last year's beaten finalists, Kyles, ejected from the tournament at the first hurdle.
    • Ballymote, last year's beaten finalists, have a Saturday evening clash against Mullinabreena-Coolaney.
    • The thinking man's player, the 2002 beaten finalist crafts points with care and is able to play from any quarter of the court.
    • Last year's beaten finalists, Westport will also be looking to gain some silverware this year.
    • This score brought the beaten county finalists to within five points of Harps.
    • Davies, last year's beaten finalist, came back from a set down to secure a 3-2 win against the England captain.
    • Down and out as a beaten finalist in Paris four years ago, Ronaldo's revival as the world's most deadly striker was sealed by two second half strikes.
    • He finished last season as a beaten Grand Finalist with Leigh who missed the opportunity to go in Super League.
    • If it's any comfort to the beaten finalists it is that they lost to a moment of panache.
    • Last season's beaten Grand Finalists opened with a 26-10 defeat at Hull KR.
    • The beaten Grand Finalists are trying to put together a financial package that would keep around 15 players on full-time contracts.
    • Although Karanja was a beaten favourite on that occasion, he lost no marks in defeat and there is every reason to believe that, with that outing under his belt, he can go one better here.
    • The Baroness, a beaten favourite in a selling race on her latest start at Lingfield, is my Nap selection to recover losses by winning the J Cheever Loophole Handicap over six furlongs.
    • They looked a beaten team from the moment Conor Moran struck for Mayo's opening goal on the quarter hour mark.
    • That sounded like he was a beaten man before any ball was struck.
    • Britain's Alex Bogdanovic, a beaten semi-finalist in last year's Surbiton Trophy, has struck a rich vein of form in recent weeks.
  • 2

    (flattened)
    (metal) batido
    • The volume was plated with a thin layer of beaten gold, and a row of high-quality garnets traced up its spine.
    • Indian sweets are traditionally decorated with a very thin layer of beaten silver.
    • Her glistening black hair was encircled by a crown of animal figures carved from lapis lazuli intertwined and connected by vines and leaves of knotted beaten copper.
    • Large disks of beaten gold adorned her ears and the shimmering gold dress she wore appeared almost liquid.
    • Iron objects were also inlaid with silver to decorate them, or sometimes were completely sheathed in a fine sheet of beaten silver.
    • They combined apricots, raisins and almonds in meat dishes, which were extravagantly embellished with cream and thin sheets or beaten gold and silver foil.
  • 3

    (well trodden)
    to go off the beaten track apartarse de los caminos trillados
    • You have to literally drive off the beaten path to get there; a gravel road that traverses over a single lane bridge takes you up a winding path to a parking area.
    • Unlike most Hindi films, where the heroine is relegated to looking pretty, this movie follows the less beaten path of strong women oriented films.
    • The Publik aims to lure partiers away from the beaten path
    • Something I know for sure is that I won't take the beaten path.
    • Some people decamp to quieter beautiful places, enclaves still not discovered, off the beaten path.
    • In any city, straying from the beaten path pays off.
    • All this is not to say that Anil will follow the beaten path.
    • Seriously off the beaten path, getting to Petrela requires a sturdy Jeep or Landcruiser.
    • She attributes all this to her refusal to travel the beaten path.
    • Luckily, the guide managed to steer the vehicle off the beaten path into the jungle to avoid the animals thundering towards them.
    • Off any beaten path in Newfoundland are such remnants, gone but not necessarily forgotten.
    • I know he's said I should swing by the studio, but it's not exactly on the beaten path for me.
    • That's what you get for ignoring the beaten path and finding your own romantic spot.
    • Other than lighted torches there would have been total darkness, Tennison knew this was off the beaten path towards a seldom-used cavern trail.
    • Keeping close behind the guide, Allie soaked in the beautiful surroundings while they wove their way through the a beaten path in the thick forest.
    • Ironically, Lonely Planet was founded to avoid exactly this sort of conjunction where everyone travels along the beaten path.
    • Why plod down the beaten path of more energy consumption?
    • Annake strolled down the beaten path of the tiny village.
    • If you are ready to leave the beaten path, this left-field route is exciting, challenging and occasionally eye-opening.
    • It began as a buffalo trace before conflict between Native Americans and early settlers transformed it into a beaten path.
  • 4

    Cooking
    (egg) batido
    • Sometimes the mother also sends down a bundle of savoury channa and beaten rice.
    • When the mixture has completely cooled, stir in the beaten egg and season with the salt and pepper.
    • There is something quite irresistible about clouds of softly beaten cream and sugary, honey-coloured meringue.
    • Have three dishes ready with seasoned flour, beaten egg and breadcrumbs.
    • Or combine 1 teaspoon of witch hazel with 1 teaspoon of honey and a beaten egg white.
    • Carefully fold the dry ingredients, in two batches, into the beaten egg whites with a flexible rubber spatula.
    • Now tip the white sauce into the beaten egg white and fold in carefully, either using a silver spoon or not using a silver spoon.
    • Fold the white sauce gently but thoroughly into the beaten egg whites, using a flexible spatula.
    • Lightly brush the items with beaten egg white, cover completely with sugar, shake off excess, and let dry.
    • Brush with beaten egg white and scatter with granulated sugar.
    • Glaze the dough with beaten egg, and add a piece of chocolate to each.
    • Mix mashed potato with a little beaten egg, salt and black pepper and chopped chives.
    • Give the soup a vigorous stir in one direction and slowly pour in the beaten egg to make swirls.
    • Add the beaten egg and cheese, stir until thoroughly combined and season to taste.
    • Squeeze out the excess liquid with your hands and add the beaten egg, salt, flour, parsley and thyme leaves, mixing well.
    • Prepare the flour and the beaten egg in separate shallow containers.
    • Finally, dip the meat covered egg in beaten egg before coating in breadcrumbs and plunging into the deep fat fryer until golden brown.
    • Fold the chocolate mixture into the egg and sugar then carefully fold in the beaten egg whites with a metal spoon.
    • If you like your stuffing firm, so that it cuts in slices, add a beaten egg to bind it.
    • Ostrich eggs are rich, with a yellowy yolk that lends itself wonderfully to cakes - though at 3.5lbs of beaten liquid in each egg, you'd have to be baking for a crowd.