hipe


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hype someone or something (up)

to promote, advertise, or boost someone or something, often excessively. No matter how much they hyped it up, it was still a very dull movie. Her agent hyped her up as a great actress.

hype

(hɑɪp)
1. n. publicity; sales propaganda; promotion, especially if blatant and aggressive. There was so much hype before the picture was released that the picture itself was a letdown.
2. tv. to publicize or promote someone or something aggressively; to overpraise someone or something. Let’s hype it until everyone in the country has heard about it.
3. and hipe n. a hypodermic syringe and needle. (Drugs.) She forgot to clean the hype.
4. n. an injection of drugs. (Drugs.) Ernie needed a hype real bad.
5. n. a drug addict who injects drugs. (Drugs.) The hypes have a rough time in prison.
6. mod. really good; excellent. Now this is a truly hype pizza!

hipe

verb
See hype
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The HSE wishes to engage external support to examine the quality of the HIPE system* with a strong emphasis on coding processes in the acute Irish hospital setting.
Overall aim the hse has identified a requirement for e-books to support the upgrade of clinical coding from 6th edition to 8th edition of the international statistical classification of diseases and related health problems, tenth revision, australian modification (icd-10-am), australian classification of health interventions (achi), and the australian coding standards (acs) rationale the icd-10-am/achi/acs provides the clinical classification for hipe clinical coding of inpatient and day-case activity in 56 irish hospitals.
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