cheep

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cheep

 (chēp)
n.
A faint, shrill sound like that of a young bird; a chirp.
intr.v. cheeped, cheep·ing, cheeps
To make a faint, shrill sound or sounds; chirp.

[Imitative.]

cheep′er n.

cheep

(tʃiːp)
n
(Zoology) the short weak high-pitched cry of a young bird; chirp
vb
(Zoology) (intr) (of young birds) to utter characteristic shrill sounds
ˈcheeper n

cheep

(tʃip)

v.i.
1. to chirp; peep.
v.t.
2. to express by cheeps.
n.
3. a chirp.
[1505–15; imitative]
cheep′er, n.

cheep


Past participle: cheeped
Gerund: cheeping

Imperative
cheep
cheep
Present
I cheep
you cheep
he/she/it cheeps
we cheep
you cheep
they cheep
Preterite
I cheeped
you cheeped
he/she/it cheeped
we cheeped
you cheeped
they cheeped
Present Continuous
I am cheeping
you are cheeping
he/she/it is cheeping
we are cheeping
you are cheeping
they are cheeping
Present Perfect
I have cheeped
you have cheeped
he/she/it has cheeped
we have cheeped
you have cheeped
they have cheeped
Past Continuous
I was cheeping
you were cheeping
he/she/it was cheeping
we were cheeping
you were cheeping
they were cheeping
Past Perfect
I had cheeped
you had cheeped
he/she/it had cheeped
we had cheeped
you had cheeped
they had cheeped
Future
I will cheep
you will cheep
he/she/it will cheep
we will cheep
you will cheep
they will cheep
Future Perfect
I will have cheeped
you will have cheeped
he/she/it will have cheeped
we will have cheeped
you will have cheeped
they will have cheeped
Future Continuous
I will be cheeping
you will be cheeping
he/she/it will be cheeping
we will be cheeping
you will be cheeping
they will be cheeping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been cheeping
you have been cheeping
he/she/it has been cheeping
we have been cheeping
you have been cheeping
they have been cheeping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been cheeping
you will have been cheeping
he/she/it will have been cheeping
we will have been cheeping
you will have been cheeping
they will have been cheeping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been cheeping
you had been cheeping
he/she/it had been cheeping
we had been cheeping
you had been cheeping
they had been cheeping
Conditional
I would cheep
you would cheep
he/she/it would cheep
we would cheep
you would cheep
they would cheep
Past Conditional
I would have cheeped
you would have cheeped
he/she/it would have cheeped
we would have cheeped
you would have cheeped
they would have cheeped
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cheep - the short weak cry of a young birdcheep - the short weak cry of a young bird  
cry - the characteristic utterance of an animal; "animal cries filled the night"
Verb1.cheep - make high-pitched soundscheep - make high-pitched sounds; "the birds were chirping in the bushes"
let loose, let out, utter, emit - express audibly; utter sounds (not necessarily words); "She let out a big heavy sigh"; "He uttered strange sounds that nobody could understand"
chitter, twitter - make high-pitched sounds, as of birds
Translations
زَقْزَقَةُ الطُّيورصَوْتُ الزَّقْزَقَهيُزَقْزِقُ الطَّيْر
hlespípánípípatpípnutípískat
kvidrekvidrenlydpippepippen
pisszenés
píp, tíst, orîtísttísta
cypsėjimascypsėtigarsasžodis
čiepstēšanačiepstētčiepstiens
muk
çıt sesicıvılda makcıvıldamacıvıltıötmek

cheep

[tʃiːp]
A. N [of bird] → pío m
B. VIpiar

cheep

[ˈtʃiːp]
n [bird] → piaulement m
vi [bird] → piauler

cheep

nPiep m, → Piepser m
vipiepsen

cheep

[tʃiːp]
1. n (of bird) → pigolio
2. vipigolare

cheep

(tʃiːp) verb
to make the shrill sound of a young bird.
noun
1. such a sound.
2. a single sound or word. I have not heard a cheep from the baby since he went to bed.
References in classic literature ?
He whimpers and cheeps all the night, trying to make up his mind to run into the middle of the room.
It made a small frightened cheep like a field mouse, and he wondered languidly if it were hurt.
We did this once with a baby sparrow and his cheeps soon brought down an adult sparrow who fed him through the mesh.
He'd drawn a pixelated bird on his computer that riffled on Nintendo fish, called Cheep Cheeps.
A few days ago, I was at the front of our house with my wife and our 12-year-old son, when we saw a baby bird hopping across the road, his beak wide with cheeps.