Noun(1) a disease of poultry(2) a minor nonspecific ailment(3) a small hard seed found in some fruits(4) a mark on a die or on a playing card (shape depending on the suit(5) a radar echo displayed so as to show the position of a reflecting surface
Verb(1) kill by firing a missile(2) hit with a missile from a weapon(3) defeat thoroughly
(1) In the semi-finals, Gregson took the final pink to pip Mark Dodds 64-56, while York first teamer Gall beat York second teamer Dave Sanderson 51-39.(2) Rearing turkeys was no easy job even in small numbers and diseases such as pip and gape took their toll despite good care and attention.(3) However, weather can trick the plant, meaning sugar levels can indicate ripeness while the pip of the grape remains hard or green.(4) He didn't just pip the previous record, he's beaten it out of sight.(5) To score, the pip value of each card in a row, column or diagonal is summed.(6) Thus on the last day he only needed to pip Hargan by one second to claim the yellow jersey.(7) Cedric Botha just managed to pip Des Barnard in the C division.(8) And the 25-year-old may one day pip Armstrong in Paris.(9) Joker can't be used, and deuce can only be used as pip value.(10) Joker has no value at the finish, and deuce has only pip value.(11) But the best comeback was by White, who came from 36-31 down to pip Andy Buckley.(12) The first chicks will start to pip the shell as early as the 19th day of incubation.(13) I noticed that all-important pip on his shoulder.(14) Brave Ranger 9/4 finished strongly to just pip Sallins Prince for second place by a head.(15) For purpose the picture cards count 12 and 11 and the pip cards have their face value.(16) Most of the pip card are worth their face value, which is added to the value of the pile.