English version

take some beating

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtake some beatingtake some beatingBEAT/DEFEATif something or someone will take some beating, it will be difficult for anyone or anything to be or do better Raikkonen has 42 points, which will take some beating. Florida takes some beating as a vacation destination. beat
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take some beatingAs a great place for a vacation, Florida takes some beating.Schumacher has a twelve-second lead, which will take some beating.And the valley of the River Wharfe takes some beating.As family Christmasses go, the gruesome Moons in their storm-lashed failing farm take some beating.As far as awful games go this one takes some beating.For sheer enjoyment of climbing at this standard the routes on the Clapis sector the Dentelles de Montmirail take some beating.For styling and interior comfort, both for pilots and passengers, it certainly takes some beating.Did they complain about the Fujitsu factory, which takes some beating when one is considering eyesores?He is sure to take some beating with more enterprising tactics and can hand out a lesson in the New University Maiden.
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