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beep

noun A single detonation of a beeper.
 
verb To contact another person by portable pager—e.g., Dr. Kildare was beeped on rounds. Page is the more commonly used written form.
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beep

Bleep, British verb To contact by portable pager–eg, Dr. Kildare was beeped on rounds
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