Word: blip

Category: blip

Arts & Entertainment, Computers & Electronics, Games

Related words: blip

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Synonyms: blip

pip

Translations: blip

spanish
bache, problema pasajero, punto luminoso, repunte


german
markierung, echozeichen, leuchtzeichen

french
spot, plot, soubresaut, bip

italian
ingrandita, puntino, bip, inconveniene

portuguese
pontinho, ligeiro desvio, manto, bip

dutch
echo, uitschieter, bliep

russian
изображение на экране радара, всплеск, вспышка, экране радара, всплеском

norwegian
blaff

finnish
täplä, piippaus, kaikumerkki

czech
výkyv, bliknutí, zanedbatelné období

polish
wyskok, spadek

hungarian
radarkép, felvillanás, visszavert jel, radarjel

turkish
pat, yansıtma, bip, vurma

greek
στιγμιαία πτώση, μικρό πρόβλημα, λόγος Blip

ukrainian
зображення на екрані, на екрані нічого

albanian
Blip

bulgarian
премигване, Blip

belarusian
малюнак на, выяву на, адлюстраванне на

estonian
piuksatus, Laik, Vaikne, kriipsuke, Laik on

croatian
prikaz na ekranu radara, jeka, točkica, ekranu radara

lithuanian
orientyrų, Refleksija vaizdo signalo ekrane, Taršos

latvian
fiksēšanas, fiksēšanas-

macedonian
светла точка, накусо споменат, само накусо споменат

romanian
blip pe, bip, bip care

slovak
výkyv, natočenie, výkyvy, odchýlku, kolísanie

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The meaning and "use of": blip

noun
  • a short high-pitched sound made by an electronic device.
  • a flashing point of light on a radar screen representing an object, typically accompanied by a high-pitched sound.
  • an unexpected, minor, and typically temporary deviation from a general trend.

verb
  • (of an electronic device) make a short high-pitched sound or succession of sounds.
  • open (the throttle of a motor vehicle) momentarily.

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