bleeper

[[t]bli͟ːpə(r)[/t]]
bleepers
N-COUNT
A bleeper is the same as a beeper. [BRIT, INFORMAL]

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  • bleeper — ► NOUN Brit. ▪ a small portable electronic device which bleeps when someone wants to contact the wearer …   English terms dictionary

  • bleeper — UK [ˈbliːpə(r)] / US [ˈblɪpər] noun [countable] Word forms bleeper : singular bleeper plural bleepers British a beeper …   English dictionary

  • bleeper — noun (C) BrE a small machine that you carry with you, that makes short high electronic sounds to tell you that you must telephone someone; bleeper, pager …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • bleeper — See bleep. * * * …   Universalium

  • bleeper — noun a) Something or someone that bleeps. b) An electronic device that makes a bleeping sound to obscure certain words, used to censor spoken dialogue. Syn: beeper …   Wiktionary

  • bleeper — bleep|er [ˈbli:pə US ər] n BrE a small machine that you carry with you, that makes short high electronic sounds to tell you that you must telephone someone = ↑pager American Equivalent: beeper …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • bleeper — bleep|er [ blipər ] noun count BRITISH a BEEPER …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • bleeper — bleep·er || bliːpÉ™ n. (British) beeper, pager …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bleeper — /ˈblipə/ (say bleepuh) noun → pager …   Australian English dictionary

  • bleeper — n. a small portable electronic device which emits a bleep when the wearer is contacted …   Useful english dictionary

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