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pip 1

 (pĭp)
n.
The small seed of a fruit, as that of an apple or orange.

[Short for pippin.]

pip 2

 (pĭp)
tr.v. pipped, pip·ping, pips Chiefly British
1. To wound or kill with a bullet.
2. To defeat.
3. To blackball.

[Possibly from pip.]

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pip3
pips on a gaming die (top) and on a domino (bottom)

pip 3

 (pĭp)
n.
1. Games
a. A dot indicating a unit of numerical value on dice or dominoes.
b. A mark indicating the suit or numerical value of a playing card.
2. A spot or speck.
3. A rootstock of certain flowering plants, especially the lily of the valley.
4. Any of the small segments that make up the surface of a pineapple.
5. Informal A shoulder insignia indicating the rank of certain officers, as in the British Army.
6. See blip.

[Origin unknown.]

pip 4

 (pĭp)
v. pipped, pip·ping, pips
v.tr.
To break through (the shell) in hatching. Used chiefly of birds.
v.intr.
To peep or chirp.
n.
A short, high-pitched radio signal.

[Variant of peep and peep.]

pip 5

 (pĭp)
n.
1. A disease of birds, characterized by a thick mucous discharge that forms a crust in the mouth and throat.
2. Slang A minor unspecified human ailment.

[Middle English pippe, from Middle Dutch, phlegm, pip, from Medieval Latin *pippīta, alteration of Latin pītuīta; see peiə- in Indo-European roots.]

pip

(pɪp)
n
1. (Botany) the seed of a fleshy fruit, such as an apple or pear
2. (Botany) any of the segments marking the surface of a pineapple
3. (Botany) a rootstock or flower of the lily of the valley or certain other plants
[C18: short for pippin]

pip

(pɪp)
n
1. (Electronics) a short high-pitched sound, a sequence of which can act as a time signal, esp on radio
2. (Electronics) a radar blip
3. (Card Games)
a. a spot or single device, such as a spade, diamond, heart, or club on a playing card
b. any of the spots on dice or dominoes
4. (Military) informal Also called: star the emblem worn on the shoulder by junior officers in the British Army, indicating their rank
vb, pips, pipping or pipped
5. (Zoology) (of a young bird)
a. (intr) to chirp; peep
b. to pierce (the shell of its egg) while hatching
6. (intr) to make a short high-pitched sound
[C16 (in the sense: spot or speck); C17 (vb); C20 (in the sense: short high-pitched sound): of obscure, probably imitative origin; senses 1 and 5 are probably related to peep2]

pip

(pɪp)
n
1. (Veterinary Science) a contagious disease of poultry characterized by the secretion of thick mucus in the mouth and throat
2. facetious slang a minor human ailment
3. slang Brit and Austral and NZ and South African a bad temper or depression (esp in the phrase give (someone) the pip)
4. get the pip have the pip informal NZ to sulk
vb, pips, pipping or pipped
slang Brit to cause to be annoyed or depressed
[C15: from Middle Dutch pippe, ultimately from Latin pituita phlegm; see pituitary]

pip

(pɪp)
vb (tr) , pips, pipping or pipped
1. to wound or kill, esp with a gun
2. to defeat (a person), esp when his success seems certain (often in the phrase pip at the post)
3. to blackball or ostracize
[C19 (originally in the sense: to blackball): probably from pip2]

pip1

(pɪp)

n.
1. one of the spots on dice, playing cards, or dominoes.
2. each of the small segments into which the surface of a pineapple is divided.
3. a metal insignia of rank worn on the shoulders of junior officers in the British army.
4. an individual rootstock of a plant, esp. of the lily of the valley.
[1590–1600; earlier peep; orig. uncertain]

pip2

(pɪp)

n.
1. a contagious disease of birds, esp. poultry, characterized by the secretion of a thick mucus in the mouth and throat.
2. Facetious. any minor or unspecified ailment in a person.
[1375–1425; late Middle English pippe < Middle Dutch < Vulgar Latin *pipita, for Latin pītuīta phlegm, pip]

pip3

(pɪp)

n.
1. a small seed, esp. of a fleshy fruit, as an apple or orange.
2. Informal. someone or something wonderful or amazing.
[1590–1600; short for pippin]

pip4

(pɪp)

v. pipped, pip•ping. v.i.
1. to peep or chirp.
2. (of a hatching bird) to break out from the shell.
v.t.
3. to crack or chip a hole through (the shell), as a hatching bird.
[1650–60; variant of peep2]

pip5

(pɪp)

n.
[1940–45; imitative]

pip

- An apple seed or lemon seed is a pip.
See also related terms for lemon.

pip


Past participle: pipped
Gerund: pipping

Imperative
pip
pip
Present
I pip
you pip
he/she/it pips
we pip
you pip
they pip
Preterite
I pipped
you pipped
he/she/it pipped
we pipped
you pipped
they pipped
Present Continuous
I am pipping
you are pipping
he/she/it is pipping
we are pipping
you are pipping
they are pipping
Present Perfect
I have pipped
you have pipped
he/she/it has pipped
we have pipped
you have pipped
they have pipped
Past Continuous
I was pipping
you were pipping
he/she/it was pipping
we were pipping
you were pipping
they were pipping
Past Perfect
I had pipped
you had pipped
he/she/it had pipped
we had pipped
you had pipped
they had pipped
Future
I will pip
you will pip
he/she/it will pip
we will pip
you will pip
they will pip
Future Perfect
I will have pipped
you will have pipped
he/she/it will have pipped
we will have pipped
you will have pipped
they will have pipped
Future Continuous
I will be pipping
you will be pipping
he/she/it will be pipping
we will be pipping
you will be pipping
they will be pipping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been pipping
you have been pipping
he/she/it has been pipping
we have been pipping
you have been pipping
they have been pipping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been pipping
you will have been pipping
he/she/it will have been pipping
we will have been pipping
you will have been pipping
they will have been pipping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been pipping
you had been pipping
he/she/it had been pipping
we had been pipping
you had been pipping
they had been pipping
Conditional
I would pip
you would pip
he/she/it would pip
we would pip
you would pip
they would pip
Past Conditional
I would have pipped
you would have pipped
he/she/it would have pipped
we would have pipped
you would have pipped
they would have pipped
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pip - a disease of poultry
animal disease - a disease that typically does not affect human beings
2.pip - a minor nonspecific ailment
ailment, complaint, ill - an often persistent bodily disorder or disease; a cause for complaining
3.pip - a small hard seed found in some fruits
seed - a small hard fruit
4.pip - a mark on a die or on a playing card (shape depending on the suit)
playing card - one of a pack of cards that are used to play card games
marking, mark, marker - a distinguishing symbol; "the owner's mark was on all the sheep"
5.pip - a radar echo displayed so as to show the position of a reflecting surfacepip - a radar echo displayed so as to show the position of a reflecting surface
radar echo - an electronic signal that has been reflected back to the radar antenna; contains information about the location and distance of the reflecting object
Verb1.pip - kill by firing a missile
shoot, pip, hit - hit with a missile from a weapon
kill - cause to die; put to death, usually intentionally or knowingly; "This man killed several people when he tried to rob a bank"; "The farmer killed a pig for the holidays"
flight - shoot a bird in flight
pick off - shoot one by one
2.pip - hit with a missile from a weapon
injure, wound - cause injuries or bodily harm to
strike, hit - make a strategic, offensive, assault against an enemy, opponent, or a target; "The Germans struck Poland on Sept. 1, 1939"; "We must strike the enemy's oil fields"; "in the fifth inning, the Giants struck, sending three runners home to win the game 5 to 2"
shoot, blast - fire a shot; "the gunman blasted away"
gun down - strike down or shoot down
grass - shoot down, of birds
kneecap - shoot in the kneecap, often done by terrorist groups as a warning; "They kneecapped the industrialist"
pip, shoot - kill by firing a missile
3.pip - defeat thoroughly; "He mopped up the floor with his opponents"
beat, beat out, vanquish, trounce, crush, shell - come out better in a competition, race, or conflict; "Agassi beat Becker in the tennis championship"; "We beat the competition"; "Harvard defeated Yale in the last football game"

pip

noun seed, stone, pit The cape gooseberry has tiny, edible pips.

pip

noun
A fertilized plant ovule capable of germinating:
Translations
بِذْرَهحَبَّةدَقّة الرّاديو او التلفون
časový signáljadérkojádro
bipfrøkerne
hedelmän siemen
koštica
pípsteinn, lítiî fræ
kauliņšsēklasignāls
časový signál
peška
kärna
เมล็ดในของผลไม้
hạt

pip

1 [pɪp] N
1. (Bot) → pepita f, pepa f (esp LAm); (on card, dice) → punto m (Brit) (Mil) (on uniform) → estrella f; (on radar screen) → señal f
2. (= sound) → bip m, pitido m
the pips (Telec) → la señal
wait till you hear the pipsespere a que oiga la señal

pip

2 (o.f.) [pɪp] (Brit) N to give sb the pipsacar de quicio a algn
it's enough to give you the pipes para volverse loco
he's got the pipestá de muy mal humor

pip

3 [pɪp] VT to be pipped at or to the post (Brit) → perder por un pelo
Baby Boy pipped Omar at or to the postBaby Boy le ganó a Omar por un pelo

pip

[ˈpɪp]
n
(= seed) → pépin m
(British) (= time signal on radio) → top m
(on dice, domino)point m
vt (British) to be pipped at the post → se faire coiffer sur le poteau
I was just pipped at the post for the job → Je me suis fait coiffer sur le poteau pour le poste.
to be pipped to the post → se faire coiffer sur le poteau

pip

1
n
(Bot) → Kern m
(on card, dice) → Auge nt; (Brit Mil inf) → Stern m; (on radar screen) → Pip m, → Echozeichen nt
(Rad, Telec) the pipsdas Zeitzeichen; (in public telephone) → das Tut-Tut-Tut; at the third pip it will be …beim dritten Ton des Zeitzeichens ist es …; put more money in when you hear the pipsbitte Geld nachwerfen, sobald das Zeichen ertönt

pip

2
n (Vet) → Pips m; to give somebody the pip (Brit inf) → jdn aufregen (inf)

pip

3
vt (Brit inf) → knapp besiegen or schlagen; to pip somebody at or to the post (in race) → jdn um Haaresbreite schlagen; (fig)jdm um Haaresbreite zuvorkommen; (in getting orders etc) → jdm etw vor der Nase wegschnappen; I was pipped at or to the post again (fig)da war mir wieder jemand zuvorgekommen; he was pipped for second place by Mooreer wurde von Moore nur knapp vom zweiten Platz verdrängt

pip

1 [pɪp] n to give sb the pip (Brit) (fam) → far venire i nervi a qn

pip

2 [pɪp] n (seed) → seme m; (on card) → seme m; (on dice) → punto (Brit) (Mil) (fam) (on uniform) → stelletta; (on radar screen) → segnale m
the pips npl (Telec) → il segnale acustico (Radio) → il segnale orario

pip

3 [pɪp] vt (Brit) (fam) to be pipped at the postessere battuto/a sul traguardo

pip1

(pip) noun
a seed of a fruit. an orange/apple pip.

pip2

(pip) noun
a short sharp sound on radio, a telephone etc, used eg to show the exact time. He put his watch right by the pips.

pip

حَبَّة jadérko kerne Obstkern κουκούτσι pepita hedelmän siemen pépin koštica seme pit kjerne pestka caroço, semente зернышко kärna เมล็ดในของผลไม้ çekirdek hạt 果仁
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As I learned afterward, they had got their previous guest of honour, a brilliant young radical, unskilled in drinking, quite pipped.