peeps

To share, as in little birds peeping to their parents to be fed.

Do you want your own bowl or do you just want peeps?


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  • peeps — UK [piːps] US [pips] noun [plural] computing informal used especially on the Internet to refer to people Thesaurus: informal and humorous words for groups of peoplesynonym general words for groups of peoplehyponym …   Useful english dictionary

  • Peeps — For other uses, see Peeps (disambiguation). Yellow and pink Peeps …   Wikipedia

  • peeps — noun /piːpz/ a) people Not many peeps here tonight, innit? b) People. Hey my peeps, how are you doing? …   Wiktionary

  • peeps — n People, workers. I ll have my peeps talk to your peeps and we ll close this deal. 2000s …   Historical dictionary of American slang

  • peeps — /pips/ (say peeps) plural noun → peepz …   Australian English dictionary

  • PEEPS — People …   Abbreviations SMS and Internet

  • peeps — n pl people. The term occurs in American slang, in which it may refer to one s fel low gang members or one s friends and family, and in British, where it is often a plural term of address, probably inspired by its use in the comic mono logues… …   Contemporary slang

  • peeps — pɪːp n. peek; brief look v. peek; look briefly …   English contemporary dictionary

  • peeps — people …   Glossary of chat acronyms & text shorthand

  • peeps — Noun. 1. Sleep. 2. People …   English slang and colloquialisms

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