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Adjective
Having been hit with a hammer or hammer-like object
“The only thing they expect is to get hammered on the pitch and in the pubs.”
Verb
Simple past tense for strike or knock at or on something violently with one's hand or with a hammer or other object
“Yappyfox, the red fox who so proudly hammered on his cymbal for the previous nine hours, takes the stage and begins a classic instrumental song.”
Verb
Simple past tense for to form or forge with a hammer
“Toe plates are then cut from sheet metal, and pieces of iron are hammered and twisted into shape to form soles and heels.”
Verb
Simple past tense for inculcate something forcefully or repeatedly
“If Democrats don't soon begin to strongly support serious movement to renewable energy sources - including hammering the idea in the corporate media - then Republicans may do just that.”
Verb
Simple past tense for attack or criticize forcefully and relentlessly
“Health professionals are mobilising to condemn the government, propose major structural reforms, and hammer the ineffectual minister.”
Verb
Simple past tense for utterly defeat in a game or contest
“In previous years you might have a slip-up and get badly beaten by Kilkenny - well, everybody thought they were going to hammer us anyway.”
Verb
Simple past tense for to strike repeatedly with a hammer, some other implement, the fist, etc.
Verb
“They hammered it into me that I had not become a bad goalkeeper.”
Verb
Past participle for strike or knock at or on something violently with one's hand or with a hammer or other object
“Yappyfox, the red fox who so proudly hammered on his cymbal for the previous nine hours, takes the stage and begins a classic instrumental song.”
Verb
Past participle for to form or forge with a hammer
“Toe plates are then cut from sheet metal, and pieces of iron are hammered and twisted into shape to form soles and heels.”
Verb
Past participle for inculcate something forcefully or repeatedly
“If Democrats don't soon begin to strongly support serious movement to renewable energy sources - including hammering the idea in the corporate media - then Republicans may do just that.”
Verb
Past participle for attack or criticize forcefully and relentlessly
“Health professionals are mobilising to condemn the government, propose major structural reforms, and hammer the ineffectual minister.”
Verb
Past participle for utterly defeat in a game or contest
“In previous years you might have a slip-up and get badly beaten by Kilkenny - well, everybody thought they were going to hammer us anyway.”
Verb
Past participle for to strike repeatedly with a hammer, some other implement, the fist, etc.
Verb
“They hammered it into me that I had not become a bad goalkeeper.”
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