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beep / bēp/ • n. a short, high-pitched sound emitted by electronic equipment or a vehicle horn. • v. [intr.] (of a horn or electronic device) produce such a sound: radio receivers squawked and beeped. ∎  [tr.] summon (someone) by means of a pager: they have themselves beeped in restaurants.

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