blipping blipping


  1. (n) a sudden minor shock or meaningless interruption
  2. (n) a radar echo displayed so as to show the position of a reflecting surface



  1. Political radarscopes began blipping wildly.
  2. After blipping his thrusters to edge closer to Gemini 7, he fired short reverse blasts to come to a stop, since there is no friction in space to slow him down.


  • One of country’s purest young voices gets its due on 'Stay Reckless'

    Austin Lucas – Stay Reckless New West Records ???? (out of 5 stars) Well-known to the Americana cognoscenti, this Indiana native has been running and working with some premier talent in the young twangster scene, first blipping on serious radars as a bright new standout on a particularly vintage 2008 cast of Chuck Ragan’s Revival Tour. Hopefully, with this next-level emergence on leading alt ...
    on August 28, 2013     Source: Orlando Weekly

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