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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.

beep

Bleep, British verb To contact by portable pager–eg, Dr. Kildare was beeped on rounds
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Beep tests are carried out as part of sports club training routines or in classes at fitness centres and gyms.
In short, not only is it driving me mad but I am increasingly becoming involved in one-way conversations with things that don't talk back but really beep me off.
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Beeps during the turning correlate with distance, certain pulses growing longer as distance increases.
Chris Hughes: I cannot think of any major changes in our routine except that now we spend considerable time micro-managing non-musical aspects of Beep Beep (design, video, advertising, publishing, etc).
Chris Hughes: Eric is a chemistry major and has completed all of his prerequisites for the doctorate program in pharmacy; however, Beep Beep has been stunting his academic growth.
Kitchen electronics haven't yet evolved from the early days, he explains: "In the beginning was the beep. Engineers wanted to signal that some operation had been done, so, being engineers, they played a short tone.
Four ultrasonic sensors mounted in the rear bumper beep as they detect obstructions at the rear.