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English word bleep comes from English bass, English drum, English putt-putt, and later English bass drum (A large drum with a low pitch.).

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Bleep detailed word origin explanation

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bass English (eng) (musical instrument) An instrument that plays in the bass range, in particular a double bass, bass guitar, electric bass or bass synthesiser.. A low spectrum of sound tones.. A male singer who sings in the bass range.. A section of musical group that produces low-pitched sound, lower than the baritone and tenor.. The clef sign that indicates that the pitch of the notes is below middle C; a [...]
drum English (eng) (ambitransitive) To beat with a rapid succession of strokes.. (intransitive) To beat a drum.. (transitive) To drill or review in an attempt to establish memorization.. To go about, as a drummer does, to gather recruits, to draw or secure partisans, customers, etc.; used with for.. To throb, as the heart. (AU, _, slang) A tip, a piece of information.. (architecture) Any of the cylindrical [...]
putt-putt English (eng) (golf) An informal form of golf, played with a putter on a short course featuring novelty obstacles.
bass drum English (eng) A large drum with a low pitch.
onomatopoeic English (eng) Having the property of onomatopoeia.. Of or relating to onomatopoeia.
bleep English (eng) (music, slang, uncountable) A broad genre of electronic music with goth and industrial influences, as opposed to traditional gothic rock.. (euphemistic) Something named by an explicit noun in the original, unedited version of the containing sentence.. A brief high-pitched sound, as from some electronic device. (intransitive) To emit one or more bleeps.. (transitive) To edit out inappropriate [...]

Words with the same origin as bleep

Descendants of bass
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