cheep

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verb \ˈchēp\

Definition of cheep

  1. intransitive verb
  2. 1 :  to utter faint shrill sounds :  peep

  3. 2 :  to utter a single word or sound

cheep

noun

Examples of cheep in a sentence

  1. the toaster cheeps to indicate that the toast is done

Origin and Etymology of cheep

imitative


First Known Use: circa 1522


CHEEP Defined for English Language Learners

cheep

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verb \ˈchēp\

Definition of cheep for English Language Learners

  • of a bird : to make a quick high sound


CHEEP Defined for Kids

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cheep

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verb \ˈchēp\

Definition of cheep for Students

cheeped

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cheeping

  1. :  3peep, chirp The chicks were cheeping for food.


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cheep

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Definition of cheep for Students

  1. :  1chirp



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