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  1. bleep

    • IPA[bliːp]

    英式

    • n.
      a short high-pitched sound made by an electronic device as a signal or to attract attention;a short high-pitched electronic sound used in broadcasting as a substitute for a censored word or phrase.
    • v.
      (of an electronic device) make a short high-pitched sound or sounds as a signal or to attract attention;summon (someone) with a bleeper
    • verb: bleep, 3rd person present: bleeps, gerund or present participle: bleeping, past tense: bleeped, past participle: bleeped

    • noun: bleep, plural noun: bleeps

    • 釋義

    名詞

    • 1. a short high-pitched sound made by an electronic device as a signal or to attract attention when your food was ready for eating, the microwave told you so with five bleeps
    • a short high-pitched electronic sound used in broadcasting as a substitute for a censored word or phrase.
    • another term for bleeper

    動詞

    • 1. (of an electronic device) make a short high-pitched sound or sounds as a signal or to attract attention the timer has just begun to bleep the screen flickered for a few moments and bleeped
    • summon (someone) with a bleeper I'll get Jan to bleep you if I need transport
    • substitute a bleep or bleeps for (a censored word or phrase) I may have to bleep a few words in his testimony cable operators have bleeped out the accuser's name
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    • IPA[blēp]

    美式

    • n.
      a short high-pitched sound made by an electronic device as a signal or to attract attention: the autopilot sent back an acknowledgment bleep
    • v.
      (of an electronic device) make a short high-pitched sound or repeated sequence of sounds: the timer has just begun to bleep the screen flickered for a few moments and bleeped

    Oxford American Dictionary