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American English: /blip/
British English: /bliːp/

Translation of bleep in Spanish:


  • Example sentences
    • These radio units help skiers caught in an avalanche to locate each other, emitting a stream of high-pitched bleeps like a comedy sci-fi homing device.
    • A barber has become so annoyed by mobile phone use in his shop that he has started issuing fines every time he hears a bleep or electronic jingle.
    • The usual Gomez sound, a psychedelic blend of blues-rock and electronic bleeps and bloops, was unique enough to satisfy multiple listenings on previous albums.
    Example sentences
    • So maybe they won't have the next hit single - if for no other reason than the bleeps censoring out the drug references could constitute a whole new backbeat on their own.
    • Granted, this discussion is peppered with censors' bleeps and is incomprehensible at times due to Ozzy's slurred speech, but it's heartfelt and earnest all the same.
    • Clay's appearance, broadcast with a five-second delay to allow bleeps, drew heavy advance publicity because of the boycotts.

intransitive verb

  • (British English)
    emitir un pitido
    Example sentences
    • Machines bleep, robots whir, and speakers drone emotionless commands like so many HAL 9000s.
    • Front and rear parking sensors bleep neurotically at you the moment you even think about colliding with anything.
    • Even so, seeing him in the hospital is very difficult because his heart rate keeps dropping and you can see all the monitors bleeping and screaming.

transitive verb

  • (British English)
    llamar por el buscapersonas or (Spain) el busca or (Mexico) el bip or (Chile) el bíper
    Example sentences
    • On the first occasion I was covering the wards when I was bleeped regarding a patient who had developed blue hands.
    • When I was a house officer I was bleeped to a ward to watch a man pass the last few moments of his life.
    • Then Matt began to bleep Mike with the walky talky.
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