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bleep out

slang To censor audio by playing a high-pitched "bleep" sound over it, as is often done with expletives. A noun or pronoun can be used between "bleep" and "out." When I heard the replay of that interview on the radio, they had bleeped everything out, so I still don't know what the celebrity said that was so offensive.
See also: out

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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"In most tasks, participating in a run/walk activity was more beneficial that doing the bleep test, where children should be closer to exhaustion.
There is something undeniably charming about the neat symmetry of Lee's coda - culminating with kindly Bleep taking the trumpet from his son and saying, "All right .
Try 2-2 (21/1, BetVictor) if you're happy to take a bleep in the dark...
The Winsor recommendations stated that all officers should be made to take a "bleep" test annually , with participants having to complete a 15-metre shuttle run in shorter and shorter periods, reaching level 5.4 - four shuttles at level 5.
"You BLEEPING Polish BLEEP," I heard one yob shout.
I had a basket of goods which I was duly checking out with that awful "bleep, bleep bleeping" as they are passed over the electronic reader.
JONATHAN HOGG made history by becoming the first Town player to complete a 'bleep test'.
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Ed, aged 24, of Willenhall, said: "I have been told I didn't deserve to be travelling on a bus, I've had 'what are doing in that bleep wheelchair you bleep, bleep?' shouted at me and when I came out as gay, there was abuse shouted at me as well.
They used the bleep test - where participants have to run laps at increasing speed until they can no longer keep up with the bleep - to test fitness levels among children.
The usual dawn chorus is drowned out as wagons reverse and bleep, engines roar up and down the street, men shout to one another.
They tried similar things at Wimbledon tennis with noises on the net for each bad serve but for every bleep from the machine they had to bleep out the cursing of the player who thought he'd been robbed of a point by faulty machinery.