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English definition of “pipe up”

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pipe up

phrasal verb with pipe
to speak suddenly, esp. in an excited way: "I’ll bet you dropped it," Cherry piped up.
Translations of “pipe up”
in Chinese (Traditional) 突然開始說話(或發出噪音)…
in Russian подавать голос…
in Turkish aniden söylemek, hemen söyleyivermek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 突然开始说话(或发出噪声)…
in Polish wtrącać się…
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