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beep

Saltos de línea: beep
Pronunciación: /biːp
 
/

Definición de beep en inglés:

sustantivo

A short, high-pitched sound emitted by electronic equipment or a vehicle horn: leave a message after the beep
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Someone was beeping a car horn, long and short beeps that sounded like Morse code.
  • Sorry I couldn't come to the phone right now, but leave your name number and a short message after the beep and I'll holler right back atcha!
  • The sound of an electronic beep, over and over again, echoing my heartbeats.

verbo

[no object] Volver al principio  
1(Of a horn or electronic device) produce a beep: the machines were beeping and the tills humming
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I groan when one of the devices starts beeping or ringing or humming in a darkened theater.
  • Different mechanical devices beeped and whirred on tables and panels.
  • The car horn beeped, signaling that my father was getting extremely impatient.
1.1 [with object] chiefly North American Summon (someone) by means of a pager: they have themselves beeped in restaurants
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • His Palm now beeps him to take the drug, as well as his vitamins.
  • This could be one of his juiciest scoops in months, and it was all Jared could do to stop himself from beeping Todd again.
  • She was asleep at the hotel when I beeped her, but she admitted that she would do anything to get away from Alex.

Origen

1920s: imitative.

Words that rhyme with beep

asleep, bleep, cheap, cheep, creep, deep, heap, Jeep, keep, leap, neap, neep, peep, reap, seep, sheep, skin-deep, sleep, steep, Streep, sweep, veep, weep

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