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pip1 British & World English

A small hard seed in a fruit

pip2 British & World English

A star (one to three according to rank) on the shoulder of an army officer’s uniform

pip3 British & World 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 British & World English

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

pip5 British & World English

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

pip6 British & World English

Defeat by a small margin or at the last moment

pip emma British & World English

Informal term for p.m.

give someone the pip British & World English

Make someone angry or depressed

pip someone at the post British & World English

Defeat someone at the last moment

give someone the pip in pip4 British & World English

Make someone angry or depressed

pip someone at the post in pip6 British & World English

Defeat someone at the last moment

pipsqueak British & World English

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

pip someone at or to the post in pip6 British & World English

Defeat someone at the last moment

pip English Thesaurus

grapes with the pips removed

pip English-Spanish

pepita feminine, semilla feminine

toodle-pip in toodle-oo English-Spanish

¡chau!, ¡hasta más ver!

the pip in pip English-Spanish

enfermedad infecciosa de las aves de corral

to give sb the pip in pip English-Spanish

sacar* de quicio a algn

to pip sb at the post in post English-Spanish

ganarle a algn por la mano