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chirp

 (chûrp)
n.
A short, high-pitched sound, such as the one a small bird or insect makes.
intr.v. chirped, chirp·ing, chirps
To make a short, high-pitched sound.

[Middle English *chirpen, of imitative origin.]
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chirp

(tʃɜːp)
vb (intr)
1. (Zoology) (esp of some birds and insects) to make a short high-pitched sound
2. to speak in a lively fashion
n
(Zoology) a chirping sound, esp that made by a bird
[C15 (as chirpinge, gerund): of imitative origin]
ˈchirper n

CHIRP

(tʃɜːp)
n acronym for
(Aeronautics) Confidential Human Incidents Reporting Programme: a system, run by the RAF Institute of Medicine, by which commercial pilots can comment on safety trends without the knowledge of their employers
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chirp

(tʃɜrp)

n.
1. the short, sharp sound made by small birds and certain insects.
2. any similar sound, esp. of a cheerful, excited tone.
v.i.
3. to make the sound of a chirp.
v.t.
4. to say or express with such a sound.
[1400–50; late Middle English chyrpynge (ger.); expressive word akin to cheep, chirk]
chirp′er, n.
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chirp


Past participle: chirped
Gerund: chirping

Imperative
chirp
chirp
Present
I chirp
you chirp
he/she/it chirps
we chirp
you chirp
they chirp
Preterite
I chirped
you chirped
he/she/it chirped
we chirped
you chirped
they chirped
Present Continuous
I am chirping
you are chirping
he/she/it is chirping
we are chirping
you are chirping
they are chirping
Present Perfect
I have chirped
you have chirped
he/she/it has chirped
we have chirped
you have chirped
they have chirped
Past Continuous
I was chirping
you were chirping
he/she/it was chirping
we were chirping
you were chirping
they were chirping
Past Perfect
I had chirped
you had chirped
he/she/it had chirped
we had chirped
you had chirped
they had chirped
Future
I will chirp
you will chirp
he/she/it will chirp
we will chirp
you will chirp
they will chirp
Future Perfect
I will have chirped
you will have chirped
he/she/it will have chirped
we will have chirped
you will have chirped
they will have chirped
Future Continuous
I will be chirping
you will be chirping
he/she/it will be chirping
we will be chirping
you will be chirping
they will be chirping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been chirping
you have been chirping
he/she/it has been chirping
we have been chirping
you have been chirping
they have been chirping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been chirping
you will have been chirping
he/she/it will have been chirping
we will have been chirping
you will have been chirping
they will have been chirping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been chirping
you had been chirping
he/she/it had been chirping
we had been chirping
you had been chirping
they had been chirping
Conditional
I would chirp
you would chirp
he/she/it would chirp
we would chirp
you would chirp
they would chirp
Past Conditional
I would have chirped
you would have chirped
he/she/it would have chirped
we would have chirped
you would have chirped
they would have chirped
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.chirp - a sharp sound made by small birds or insectschirp - a sharp sound made by small birds or insects
sound - the sudden occurrence of an audible event; "the sound awakened them"
tweet - a weak chirping sound as of a small bird
Verb1.chirp - make high-pitched soundschirp - 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
2.chirp - sing in modulationchirp - sing in modulation      
music - musical activity (singing or whistling etc.); "his music was his central interest"
sing - produce tones with the voice; "She was singing while she was cooking"; "My brother sings very well"
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chirp

verb chirrup, pipe, peep, warble, twitter, cheep, tweet The birds chirped loudly in the hedges.
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Translations
زَقْزَقَهيُزَقْزِقُ
crvlikánícrvlikat
kvidrekvidrenpippepippensang
kvak, tístkvaka, tísta
čirkštičirškimas
čiepstēšanačiepstētčivināšanačivināt
cvrlikaniecvrlikaťšveholeniešveholiť
čivkanječivkati
cırcırcırcır etmekcıvıldamakcıvıltı

chirp

[tʃɜːp]
A. N [of birds] → pío m, gorjeo m; [of crickets] → chirrido m, canto m
B. VI [birds] → piar, gorjear; [crickets] → chirriar, cantar
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chirp

[ˈtʃɜːrp]
n
[birds] → pépiement m, gazouillis m
[grasshopper] → stridulation f
vi
[bird] → pépier, gazouiller
[grasshopper] → chanter, striduler
vt [person] (= say happily) → dire gaiement
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chirp

vi (birds)zwitschern; (crickets)zirpen
n (of birds)Piepser m; (= chirping)Piepsen nt no pl, → Zwitschern nt no pl; (of crickets)Zirpen nt no pl; I don’t want to hear another chirp out of youich möchte keinen Muckser mehr von dir hören (inf)
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chirp

[tʃɜːp] chirrup [ˈtʃɪrəp]
1. n (of birds) → cinguettio; (of crickets) → cri cri m
2. vi (see n) → cinguettare, fare cri cri
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chirp

(tʃəːp) chirrup (ˈtʃirəp) nouns
the sharp, shrill sound of certain birds and insects.
verb
to make such a sound.
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Among the signatories were Professor Gerard Mourou, a physics Nobel Prizewinner for the invention of 'chirped pulse amplification' a technique used to create ultrashort-pulse, very high-intensity petawatt laser pulses; Professor Stefan Hell, who developed a method in which one light pulse causes fluorescent molecules to glow, while another causes all molecules except those in a very narrow area to become dark; and Professor Theodor Hansch, whose work on the 'optical frequency comb' technique won him, along with John L Hall and Roy J Glauber, a joint-Nobel Prize.
While Optical Tweezers and Chirped Pulse Amplification both have incredible potential in biological applications, you probably do not realize how frequently lasers are used in daily life.
Their invention of so-called chirped pulse amplification is essential to generate the ultrashort laser pulses of the ZEISS VisuMax femtosecond laser system.
Their breakthrough method, known as chirped pulse amplification, or CPA, is used for applications such as LASIK eye surgery and cellphone component manufacturing.
They developed a technique called Chirped Pulse Amplification (CPA).
The Rochester researchers developed an elegant workaround, which they called "chirped pulse amplification." First they stretched out the beam with a mile-long fiber optic cable, reducing its peak intensity.
"As far as sharing it with Gerard, of course he was my supervisor and mentor and he has taken CPA (Chirped Pulse Amplification) to great heights so he definitely deserves this award.
InnoSlab amplifier systems are characterised by a very simple beam path, and require no chirped pulse amplification and no regenerative beam path in order to achieve large amplification with high efficiency.
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Mourou, "Generation of Ultrahigh Peak Power Pulses by Chirped Pulse Amplification," IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, vol.