Definition of meep in English:

meep

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Pronunciation: /mɪːp
 
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noun

A short, high-pitched sound, especially as emitted by an animal or a vehicle’s horn: the kitten released a terrified meep (as exclamation) ‘Meep, meep,’ said Keating, giving a good imitation of the Road Runner cartoon character
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  • Haley sprang back into her room, cursing the shrill meep that burst from her lips
  • The evildoer always gets punished in the end, usually after a "meep, meep" from his intended victim just before the boulder rolls back the other way and flattens him.
  • One last meep, and they were both gone.

Origin

1920s: imitative.

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