bleep out

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bleep something out

to replace a word or phrase in a radio or television broadcast with some sort of covering tone. (This is sometimes done to prevent a taboo word or other information from being broadcast.) He tried to say the word on television, but they bleeped it out. They tried to bleep out the whole sentence.
See also: out
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If you choose the strict code, it will even bleep out the last word of Clark Gable's immortal line in Gone With The Wind - "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn.