- v. present participle of beep.
- n. An instance of beeping; a sound that beeps.
“Well I got lucky, the other agent had a call beeping in on him and decided to take it and call me back.”
“The beeping was a remote alarm alerting Ayik that he had some unwanted visitors at his”
“Younger children may not be able to describe exactly what they are feeling when this happens, although sometimes they will say that their heart is "beeping" fast.”
“He called, but Simon heard no real words, only a kind of beeping such as some swamp amphibian might voice.”
“One small example is "beeping": hanging up after a single ring.”
“However, in relationships, if the constant "beeping" is something that really gets under your skin, Cohen says take responsibility, communicate what you want and then stick to it!”
“On the second clip, that "beeping" noise is my keys in the ignition with my doors open, it's not the train making that noise when it's backing up!”
“Practices such as "beeping" are likely to continue for quite a while: when callers lack credit, they hang up after just one ring, a signal that they want to be called back.”
“I believe all telephone communications originating in prison must be accompanied by periodic "beeping" to alert the audience to the speaker's current circumstance.”
“The beeping was the sensor on Starsa’s pulmonary support unit and physiostimulator pack, warning that her activity was exceeding recommended limits.”
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