There are 2 definitions of pep in English:

pep1

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Pronunciation: /pɛp
 
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informal

verb (peps, pepping, pepped)

[with object] (pep someone/thing up)
Make someone or something more lively or interesting: measures to pep up the economy
More example sentences
  • Audio quality is a bit more pleasing, with clear voices and lively music pepping things up.
  • For the uninitiated, chicken paillard is strips of thin, marinated, char-grilled chicken, and it had a great accompaniment in the mash, which was nicely pepped up by some fine, flaky black pudding.
  • The children are usually depressed and need to be pepped up.
Synonyms
improve, enliven, animate, liven up, put some/new life into, invigorate, vitalize, revitalize, vivify, ginger up, energize, electrify, galvanize, put some spark into, stimulate, get something going, add zest to, perk up, brighten up, cheer up; season, spice, add spice to, pepper, leaven, flavour, add flavouring to
informal buck up

noun

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Energy and high spirits; liveliness: he was an enthusiastic player, full of pep
More example sentences
  • Not surprisingly, depressed people lack pep and energy.
  • It also had enough pep to cope with higher speeds and was perfectly happy in its top-end performance.
  • Those who follow his advice should feel themselves fresh, charming, agile, vigorous, and full of pep.
Synonyms

Origin

early 20th century: abbreviation of pepper.

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There are 2 definitions of pep in English:

PEP2

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Pronunciation: /pɛp
 
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(also Pep)

noun (plural PEPs)

(In the UK) personal equity plan, a scheme allowing individuals to hold shares and unit trusts free of tax on dividends and capital gains (replaced in 1999 by the ISA).

abbreviation

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Political and Economic Planning.

Origin

acronym.

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