①If someone is battered, they are regularly hit and badly hurt by a member of their family or by their partner.【v.殴打；痛打；毒打】
②To batter someone means to hit them many times, using fists or a heavy object.【v.（用拳头或重物）多次重击，连续猛打（某人）】
③If a place is battered by wind, rain, or storms, it is seriously damaged or affected by very bad weather.【v.（风、雨或暴风雪等）肆虐，严重破坏】
④Batter is a mixture of flour, eggs, and milk that is used in cooking.【n.（面粉、鸡蛋和牛奶和成的）糊，面糊】
①Boys who witness fathers batteringtheir mothers.
②He battered her around the head.
③The country has been battered by winds of between fifty and seventy miles an hour.
④pancake batter .
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①If one thing happens or is done in tandem with another thing, the two things happen at the same time.【与…同时(发生)】
②If one person does something in tandem with another person, the two people do it by working together.【与…协作;配合】
①Malcolm's contract will run in tandem with his existing one.
②He is working in tandem with officials of the Serious Fraud Office.
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