chirp

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Synonyms for chirp

Synonyms for chirp

a sharp sound made by small birds or insects

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make high-pitched sounds

sing in modulation

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As part of the partnership, ITC Infotech will be building a team of specialist engineers and technical consultants to enable global sales, service and implementation of Chirp technologies.
Second, when the cricket chirps for aggression other male crickets are attracted and female crickets will move away.
The CHIRPS dataset is available , online at http://chg.
3] denote the centroid frequency, chirp rate and its change rate, respectively.
Chirp, which has been recently launched, is a new service that allows people to share digital content like web pages, pictures or video, by playing short tunes to each other.
Chirp measurements in radar applications are used to determine the quality of transmitted pulses.
The slower chirp rate and longer chirps immediately distinguish the calling song of O.
Doughty was asked if Burrows, a native of Quebec, prefers to chirp in French or English.
At (@) tags are used to bring chirps to the attention of a specific user.
Chirps e interrupciones se producen en rafagas con asociacion temporal precisa que sugiere comunicacion.
The chirps, trills, and squeaks of many insects, including most other kinds of roaches, come from the rubbing of legs or other body parts against each other.