Beat off (to ) conjugation

English
40 examples
This verb can also mean the following: drive, waste, drive something away with blows, waste time, masturbate, do

Conjugation of beat off

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
beat off
beat off
beats off
beat off
beat off
beat off
Future Simple
will beat off
will beat off
will beat off
will beat off
will beat off
will beat off
Past Simple
beat off
beat off
beat off
beat off
beat off
beat off
Conditional Simple
would beat off
would beat off
would beat off
would beat off
would beat off
would beat off
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am beating off
are beating off
is beating off
are beating off
are beating off
are beating off
Future Progressive
will be beating off
will be beating off
will be beating off
will be beating off
will be beating off
will be beating off
Past Progressive
was beating off
were beating off
was beating off
were beating off
were beating off
were beating off
Conditional Progressive
would be beating off
would be beating off
would be beating off
would be beating off
would be beating off
would be beating off
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have beaten off
have beaten off
has beaten off
have beaten off
have beaten off
have beaten off
Future Perfect
will have beaten off
will have beaten off
will have beaten off
will have beaten off
will have beaten off
will have beaten off
Past Perfect
had beaten off
had beaten off
had beaten off
had beaten off
had beaten off
had beaten off
Conditional Perfect
would have beaten off
would have beaten off
would have beaten off
would have beaten off
would have beaten off
would have beaten off
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been beating off
have been beating off
has been beating off
have been beating off
have been beating off
have been beating off
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been beating off
will have been beating off
will have been beating off
will have been beating off
will have been beating off
will have been beating off
Past Perfect Progressive
had been beating off
had been beating off
had been beating off
had been beating off
had been beating off
had been beating off
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been beating off
would have been beating off
would have been beating off
would have been beating off
would have been beating off
would have been beating off

Examples of beat off

Example in EnglishTranslation in English
"People who beat off to this also beat off to this, this and that."
"The black ants sallied forth bravely to beat off the thieves and kidnappers. "
- Do you mean you beat off to her?
- I beat off to her at work today.
- Make sure you bring back that movie, because you know how much I love to beat off to that shower scene where Macaulay Culkin puts on the aftershave and burns his face.
"People who beat off to this also beat off to this, this and that."
"The black ants sallied forth bravely to beat off the thieves and kidnappers. "
- Do you mean you beat off to her?
- I beat off to her at work today.
- Make sure you bring back that movie, because you know how much I love to beat off to that shower scene where Macaulay Culkin puts on the aftershave and burns his face.
"Paddick beats off under the desk in class, I seen him..."
Boom! Suddenly you're kissing another woman while he beats off.
I'll fuck either one of you if he beats off so I get the visual.
Later on, he beats off to the tape.
The Hnorable Bini beats off, l wait that Mariani dies, and they make me enator.
"Paddick beats off under the desk in class, I seen him..."
Boom! Suddenly you're kissing another woman while he beats off.
I'll fuck either one of you if he beats off so I get the visual.
Later on, he beats off to the tape.
The Hnorable Bini beats off, l wait that Mariani dies, and they make me enator.
Every enemy thrust on our airfield so far has been beaten off.
Except for that one raid that was beaten off just north of here.
I've beaten off that man.
My Fuhrer, I must inform you that our counterstrikes in Pomerania and Hungary have been beaten off by the Bolsheviks.
Now, thanks to the decisive actions of the detachment and its commander, the enemy's been beaten off and made to flee.
! I was beating off to the chicks!
'Horsa and the other galley slaves had escaped from the galley, 'and swum safely to shore, after beating off repeated attacks of cramp and crabs, 'and made their way overythe desert towards the great city, 'guided by the smell of the drains.'
- demanding girls be admitted to Welton... - You didn't. - so we can all stop beating off.
And now here you are, 24 hours later, you're beating off to a catalogue!
And so I walk into his little makeshift office, and I see him crouched in the corner beating off so savagely, like just going at it like he had a gun to his head.
Every enemy thrust on our airfield so far has been beaten off.
Except for that one raid that was beaten off just north of here.
I've beaten off that man.
My Fuhrer, I must inform you that our counterstrikes in Pomerania and Hungary have been beaten off by the Bolsheviks.
Now, thanks to the decisive actions of the detachment and its commander, the enemy's been beaten off and made to flee.
! I was beating off to the chicks!
'Horsa and the other galley slaves had escaped from the galley, 'and swum safely to shore, after beating off repeated attacks of cramp and crabs, 'and made their way overythe desert towards the great city, 'guided by the smell of the drains.'
- demanding girls be admitted to Welton... - You didn't. - so we can all stop beating off.
And now here you are, 24 hours later, you're beating off to a catalogue!
And so I walk into his little makeshift office, and I see him crouched in the corner beating off so savagely, like just going at it like he had a gun to his head.

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