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chirrup

chir·rup / ˈchi(ə)rəp; ˈchərəp/ • v. (-ruped , -ruping ) [intr.] (esp. of a small bird) make repeated short high-pitched sounds; twitter. ∎  (of a person) say something in a high-pitched voice. • n. a short, high-pitched sound. DERIVATIVES: chir·rup·y adj.

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