1 a worker who rouses wild game from under cover for a hunter
2 an implement for beating
- Rhymes: -iːtə(r)
- A kitchen implement for mixing.
- A stick used to play a percussion instrument.
- A man who drives game towards shooters in a hunting party, often working in a group.
- A papermaking machine for processing fibres by fibrillation in order to improve bonding strength
- An automobile in poor operating condition.
a kitchen implement for mixing
an automobile in poor operating condition
- Russian: развалюха
in a hunting party, the group of men used to drive game towards the shooters
- German: Treiber
- Russian: загонщик
papermaking machine for processing fibres by fibrillation in order to improve bonding strength
- ttbc Dutch: klopper de
- ttbc French: batteur
- ttbc Italian: frullatore (1), battitore
- ttbc Japanese: ビーター (biitā)
- ttbc Portuguese: batedor
- ttbc Spanish: batidor
Etymology 2By shortening from wife beater.
- A sleeveless undershirt,
A sleeveless undershirt
The term beater has several meanings.
- For the implements used in playing some percussion instruments, see drum stick.
- For the position in the game of Quidditch described in the Harry Potter series of novels, see Quidditch.
- Another name for Glamdring, Gandalf's sword in J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit
- Beater (weaving), a tool used to force woven yarn into place
- A beater is also a machine used to pulverize wood pulp in the paper-making process.
- In hunting, a beater is a man who beats for game.
- A beater is one of the rapidly rotating attachments on a mixer as used in cooking. In this context, it is sometimes referred to as an egg beater.
- Beater may refer to a vehicle that is in very poor condition, or that has been modified in a crude or ugly fashion.
- Beater can be a contraction of "wife beater", a colloquialism for a sleeveless shirt.
- A beater is a young harp or grey seal in the age between approximately 3-4 weeks and one year