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cheep

noun [C] uk   /tʃiːp/ us  
the high, weak cry made by a young bird
cheep
verb [I] uk   us  
Translations of “cheep”
in Spanish piar…
in Korean 짹짹대다…
in Arabic يُزقزِق…
in Portuguese piar, gorjear…
in French piauler…
in German piepsen…
in Catalan piular…
in Japanese (鳥が)ピヨピヨ鳴く…
in Italian pigolare…
in Chinese (Traditional) (雛鳥的)唧唧叫,吱吱叫…
in Chinese (Simplified) (雏鸟的)唧唧叫,吱吱叫…
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