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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 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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But a new edited version of the ad has had the word bleeped out from the audio.
Every time you walk past the room it's just bleeping constantly, somebody swearing somewhere and it's being constantly bleeped out. I think it's called Jersey Shore.
The series has in the meantime continued its storyline, but with one change: the word "Mohammed" was bleeped out every single time, and the Mohammed character was blocked out with a large sign that stated, "CENSORED".
Badly Bleeped TV, in which TV and radio clips are played with words bleeped out, has been a regular feature on the BBC station.
Radio 1's Scott Mills' show Badly Bleeped TV, in which TV and radio clips are played with words bleeped out, has been a regular feature on the BBC station.
TALKING dolls of TV's foul-mouthed Osbourne family have gone on sale - with the nasty bits bleeped out.
The dolls cost from pounds 9.99 to pounds 29.99 and Martyn Wiseman, of maker Downpace Ltd, said: "We've bleeped out the swearing so we don't offend parents of our younger customers."
BLEEPED OUT: Referee Wendy Toms failed the "bleep test"
A FOUL-MOUTHED Scot on the Jeremy Kyle Show did not have all his swearing bleeped out - because English bosses couldn't understand what he was saying.
Although some words were bleeped out, it still broadcast the Scot saying: "I don't see you going out there saying bleeped to people in the street you'd get your *** kicked in."
All mentions were bleeped out of director Stephen Frears' critically-acclaimed film when it was shown on some airline flights.
When this was shown on American TV, Chef Ramsay as they call him, not only had all his f***s bleeped out, they also had to blur his mouth as well to protect the sensibilities of any God-fearing lip-readers.
This is totally unnecessary and should be bleeped out or, better still, not uttered in the first place.
Get Me Out of Here - because swearing is to be bleeped out.
FORMULA ONE boss Eddie Jordan is hoping his swearing is bleeped out of an ITV documentary on his team's history-making season - or he will face the wrath of his mother.