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pep / pep/ inf. • n. energy and high spirits; liveliness: he was an enthusiastic player, full of pep and fight. • v. (pepped , pep·ping ) [tr.] (pep someone/something up) add liveliness or vigor to someone or something: measures to pep up the economy.

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PEP Brit. • abbr. ∎  personal equity plan. ∎  Political and Economic Planning.

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pep (orig. U.S.) great vigour. XX. abbrev. of next.

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pepcep, Dieppe, hep, misstep, outstep, pep, prep, rep, schlepp, skep, step, steppe, strep •quickstep • sidestep • doorstep •goosestep • footstep • one-step

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PEP Radio peak envelope power
• (or Pep; pɛp) personal equity plan
• Biochem. phosphoenolpyruvate
• political and economic planning

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