Definition of 'beeper'
Example sentences containing 'beeper'
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Lunch hour ended, the cafeteria cleared out, and his beeper went off. DOLL'S EYES (2001)Latovsky was at a truck-stop counter when his beeper went off. DOLL'S EYES (2001)
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Translations for 'beeper'
British English: beeper /ˈbliːpə/ NOUN
A beeper is a portable device that makes a beeping noise, usually to tell you to phone someone or to remind you to do something.
- American English: beeper
- Arabic: جِهَاز إِلِكْترونيّ لإسْتِقْبال رَسَائِل قَصِيرَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: bipe
- Chinese: 传呼机
- Croatian: minidozivnik
- Czech: pager
- Danish: bipper
- Dutch: pieper
- European Spanish: busca
- Finnish: henkilönhakulaite
- French: bip
- German: Signalgeber
- Greek: ηχητικός σηματοδότης
- Italian: cercapersone
- Japanese: ポケットベル
- Korean: 삐삐
- Norwegian: personsøker
- Polish: biper
- European Portuguese: bip
- Romanian: beeper
- Russian: источник звукового сигнала
- Spanish: buscapersonas
- Swedish: personsökare
- Thai: เครื่องส่งสัญญาณติดตามตัว
- Turkish: çağrı cihazı
- Ukrainian: біпер
- Vietnamese: thiết bị phát ra tiếng bíp bíp
Definition of beeper from the Collins English Dictionary
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