is this in a physical sense, as in to hit someone with force, or metaphorical, as in to defeat? or both?
The most normal pronounciation would be to put the stress on 'slog', not on 'dem'.
The new TTS does a better job of this, it sounds more or less OK now.
is this beat in the past or present tense?
Past, present is slår.
OH. Those are the same word!
Sounds like a great word for its meaning.
Its like flog!
We slew them!
I think I'd prefer to have you on my team.
The Swedish sounds like the English idiom, "We slugged them!" which means "We beat them."
It was a bit of a slog
as a native English speaker, I wrote 'thrashed' which is a common expression used by sports players in the UK, but was marked as an error - FYI
Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't that more like "we absolutely destroyed them" rather than just "we beat them"? That's the way my mates used it in Dublin, at least.
Vi slog de shows as wrong answer.
de means "they", dem means "them".
But doesnt accept "We hit them"
Then either it should be added, or there was a bug, or you had a typo and didn't realise.