Bleeping



(used as a substitute word for one regarded as objectionable):
Get that bleeping cat out of here!
a brief, constant beeping sound, usually of a high pitch and generated by an electronic device.
such an electronic sound used to replace a censored word or phrase, as on a television broadcast.
Also, blip. (used as a euphemism to indicate the omission or deletion of an obscenity or other objectionable word).
(of an electronic device) to emit a series of bleeps as an audible signal, summons, or warning.
Also, blip. to censor (an obscene, vulgar, or other objectionable word or phrase) from a radio or television broadcast by deleting from the audio signal, leaving a gap or an electronic tone:
The word was bleeped out of the comedian’s routine.
Contemporary Examples

Most Outrageous ‘Jersey Shore’ Moments Sadie Bass August 2, 2011
Assessing Obama’s Nuclear Summit Graham Allison April 16, 2010

noun
a short high-pitched signal made by an electronic apparatus; beep
another word for bleeper
verb
(intransitive) to make such a noise
(transitive) to call (someone) by triggering the bleeper he or she is wearing
n.
v.

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