Translation of beating-up in Spanish:


paliza, n.

Pronunciation /ˌbidɪŋˈəp/


  • 1

    (an assault)
    paliza feminine
    • Does he carry on for a couple of seasons facing the inevitable day when someone younger comes along and finally manages to give him a good old-fashioned beating-up?
    • If he went aboard without an authority to do so he would risk a beating-up.
    • For about a month after that an orgy of brutal beatings up and assaults upon Prisoners of War irrespective of rank occurred.
    • Beatings-up in the street are dismissed on the ground that they took place "in the heat of battle."
    • The beating up had been cleverly done, for his face had been left untouched.
  • 2British

    reforestación feminine