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blip
American English: /blɪp/
British English: /blɪp/

Translation of blip in Spanish:

noun

  • 1 (sound)
    bip (masculine)
    pitidito (masculine)
    Example sentences
    • He's got the groove going and he paces his compilations like an expert DJ, but his blips and bleeps sound awfully derivative.
    • Previous emphasis on speed is now being replaced by ambience laced with moments of electronic blips and beeps, free jazz, noise, no wave and tinges of psychedelia.
    • Beeps, blips and pings are the everyday sounds that we live with, thanks to our push-button gizmos and fast-paced lifestyle.
  • 2 (on radar screen)
    señal (feminine) luminosa
    Example sentences
    • A bunch of ‘wacky’ characters watch blips on a radar screen.
    • In the darkened operations room below decks, grey overalled officers and sailors watched an approaching blip on their radar screens.
    • They watch the blips on the screen representing the planes break into two and fly off.
  • 3 (irregularity)
    (problem) problema (masculine) pasajero
    Example sentences
    • The drop last year is likely to be a small blip in a general upward trend.
    • They're just a minor blip in the general scheme of things.
    • You are looking for general, overall upward trends, not short-term blips.
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