beats

Beats vs Rests - What's the difference?

beats | rests |


As an adjective beats

is .

As a noun rests is

.

Rhythm vs Beats - What's the difference?

rhythm | beats |


As a noun rhythm

is the variation of strong and weak elements (such as duration, accent) of sounds, notably in speech or music, over time; a beat or meter.

As an adjective beats is

.

Beats vs Music - What's the difference?

beats | music |


As an adjective beats

is .

As a noun music is

musician.

Beats vs Meter - What's the difference?

beats | meter |


As an adjective beats

is .

As a noun meter is

meter (unit of measure, 100 cm).

Hits vs Beats - What's the difference?

hits | beats |


As a determiner hits

is (dialectal).

As a noun hits

is .

As a verb hits

is (hit).

As an adjective beats is

.

Wins vs Beats - What's the difference?

wins | beats |


As a noun wins

is .

As a verb wins

is (win).

As an adjective beats is

.

Beat vs Beats - What's the difference?

beat | beats |


As a verb beat

is .

As an adjective beats is

.

Beaus vs Beats - What's the difference?

beaus | beats |


As a noun beaus

is .

As an adjective beats is

.

Beets vs Beats - What's the difference?

beets | beats |


As a noun beets

is .

As an adjective beats is

.

Beath vs Beats - What's the difference?

beath | beats |


As a verb beath

is (dialectal) to bathe (with warm liquid); foment.

As an adjective beats is

.

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