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blooper

(ˈblupɚ)
1. n. an embarrassing broadcasting error that must be bleeped or blooped out of the program. There is a record you can buy that lets you hear the famous bloopers of the past.
2. n. an error. That was a real blooper. Did you get fired?
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Bloopers are humorous grammar or spelling errors that occasionally occur in transcriptions.