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A brief high-pitched sound, as from an electronic device.
v. bleeped, bleep·ing, bleeps
To emit a bleep or bleeps.
To edit out (spoken material) from a broadcast or recording, especially by replacing with an electronic sound: The station bleeped out the expletives from the taped interview.


bleep′er n.


(ˈbli pɪŋ)

(used to replace a word or words regarded as objectionable): Get that bleeping cat out of here!
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BLEEPING smoke alarms should be a wake-up call to check on your neighbours.
PHILLIP Schofield has rapped this year's Brit Awards as "too safe" for bleeping out Adele swearing after the 9pm watershed.
This is how the head of the Scottish Power's repair crew explained it: "Whatever bleeping bleep from BT planted that bleeping pole wants his bleeping brains bleeping bleeped
Every time you walk past the room it's just bleeping constantly, somebody swearing somewhere and it's being constantly bleeped out.
Yeah, they should have been there that day in '63, 11th inning, when or Walking Wisdom pitched for the Kansas City A's and decided to throw a bleeping fastball to Mickey Mantle.
The wagons rev up, rattling along the road, bleeping again as they reverse.
I was just wondering if any of you were going bleeping crackers as well?
He added: "We cannot use a bleeping system because we have staggered crossings.
It was a good job I wasn't at work that day or the bleeping would have sent everyone mad