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    #1

    Smile struck/hit/beat him on the face

    Without saying a word, the angry man walked up to Tony and struck/beat/hit him on the face.


    Do alll of the bolded words fit in the above and mean about the same? Thanks.


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    Re: struck/hit/beat him on the face

    "Struck" and "hit" are fine. "Beat" would mean a continuous series of blows.

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    Re: struck/hit/beat him on the face

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    "Struck" and "hit" are fine. "Beat" would mean a continuous series of blows.
    Thanks, Anglik.
    Got it.

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