- n.[电子学]尖峰信号，尖头信号; 短促而尖锐的声音; （统计数字的）上下浮动; 雷达的可视信号
- 复数: blips;
Was it just a temporary blip on an otherwise healthy growth curve?
What interests me is what occurs during the blip and shudder.
For most of them even that currency crisis was just a blip.
The market had one bad blip today.
The Blip is out of focus.
This year aboard is going to be just a blip in the grand scheme of things!
This financial crisis was no minor blip, to be forgotten as quickly as possible.
此次金融危机决非一段微不足道 、 乃至可以很快忘掉的小插曲.
A third option is that bond investors think today's inflation rates are a blip.
The aircraft was then brought into a position where the blip was central.
1. a sudden minor shock or meaningless interruption;
"the market had one bad blip today"
"you can't react to the day-to-day blips"
"renewed jitters in the wake of a blip in retail sales"
2. a radar echo displayed so as to show the position of a reflecting surface