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bleep in Colours & sounds topic

bleepbleep2 verb  1 [intransitive]C to make a high electronic sound The timer on the cooker started to bleep.2 [transitive] British EnglishTCT to let someone know, through their bleeper, that you want them to telephone you syn beep American English3 [transitive] (also bleep out)TCBAMT to prevent an offensive word being heard on television or the radio by making a high electronic sound All the swear words had been bleeped out.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
bleepAn hour earlier in the Emerald Suite, Jaq's comm-unit had bleeped.Or where gangsta rap gets played with nothing bleeped.The screen flickered for a few moments and bleeped.Her heart was bleeping dully and her skin felt moist and feverish and she needed to talk - now.Sindy bleeped in confusion and went to dredge the supplies' cupboards.The TV network bleeped out the obscenities.