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pip1 US English

A small hard seed in a fruit

pip2 US English

A small shape or symbol, in particular

pip3 US English

A short high-pitched sound used especially to indicate the time on the radio or to instruct a caller using a public telephone to insert more money

pip4 US English

A disease of poultry or other birds causing thick mucus in the throat and white scale on the tongue

pip5 US English

(Of a young bird) crack (the shell of the egg) when hatching

pip6 US English

Defeat by a small margin or at the last moment

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apple pips

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O. Pip US English

An observation post.

one-pip US English

A second lieutenant; = one-pipper.

pip-pip-pip US English

A series of three consecutive pips used as a time signal (in a speaking clock service, etc.); a series of three consecutive pips transmitted over a public telephone line as a signal to the caller to insert more money.

peach pip US English

= peach pit.

pip card US English

A playing card between two and ten (i.e. not an ace or a court card).

Pip, Squeak, and Wilfred US English

A group of three objects or persons; specifically (a later nickname for) a series of three campaign medals or medal ribbons (the 1914–15 Star, the War Medal, and the Victory Medal) awarded to British soldiers during and at the conclusion of the First World War (1914–18).

give someone the pip US English

Make someone angry or depressed

pipsqueak US English

A person considered to be insignificant, especially because they are small or young

give someone the pip in pip4 US English

Make someone angry or depressed