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English definition of “blip”

blip

noun [C]  /blɪp/ us  
an unexpected and unusual condition that is usually temporary: The drop in sales last month was just a blip, nothing to worry about. A blip is also a small spot of light that appears on a radar screen and shows where a physical object is.
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