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  • v. Present participle of beep.
  • n. An instance of beeping; a sound that beeps.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Well I got lucky, the other agent had a call beeping in on him and decided to take it and call me back.

    ActiveRain Real Estate Network

  • The beeping was a remote alarm alerting Ayik that he had some unwanted visitors at his

    The Sydney Morning Herald News Headlines

  • 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.

    Heart Palpitations

  • He called, but Simon heard no real words, only a kind of beeping such as some swamp amphibian might voice.

    Web Of The Witch World

  • One small example is "beeping": hanging up after a single ring.

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary

  • 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!

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  • 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! - Business News

  • 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.

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary

  • 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 Volokh Conspiracy

  • The beeping was the sensor on Starsa‚Äôs pulmonary support unit and physiostimulator pack, warning that her activity was exceeding recommended limits.

    The Best and The Brightest

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