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pep

  

      n  
1    high spirits, energy, or vitality  
      vb   , peps, pepping, pepped  
2    tr; usually foll by: up   to liven by imbuing with new vigour  
     (C20: short for pepper)  


bed and PEP  
      adj     (Brit)   (of a stock-exchange transaction) complying with regulations for self-select PEPs, a shareholding being sold in the evening and bought back the next morning for the shareholder's own PEP  
PEP  
      n acronym for  
1    personal equity plan: a method of saving in the U.K. with certain tax advantages, in which investments up to a fixed annual value can be purchased  
      abbrev. for  
2    political and economic planning  
pep pill  
      n  
Informal   a tablet containing a stimulant drug  
pep talk  
      n  
Informal   an enthusiastic talk designed to increase confidence, production, cooperation, etc.  
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PEP  
      n acronym for  
1    personal equity plan: a method of saving in the U.K. with certain tax advantages, in which investments up to a fixed annual value can be purchased  
      abbrev. for  
2    political and economic planning  


bed and PEP  
      adj     (Brit)   (of a stock-exchange transaction) complying with regulations for self-select PEPs, a shareholding being sold in the evening and bought back the next morning for the shareholder's own PEP  
pep  
      n  
1    high spirits, energy, or vitality  
      vb   , peps, pepping, pepped  
2    tr; usually foll by: up   to liven by imbuing with new vigour  
     (C20: short for pepper)  
pep pill  
      n  
Informal   a tablet containing a stimulant drug  
pep talk  
      n  
Informal   an enthusiastic talk designed to increase confidence, production, cooperation, etc.  

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pep

  
1   
      n   animation, brio, energy, get-up-and-go     (informal)   gusto, high spirits, life, liveliness, spirit, verve, vigour, vim     (slang)   vitality, vivacity, zip     (informal)  
2   
      vb     (with)       up   animate, enliven, exhilarate, inspire, invigorate, jazz up     (informal)   quicken, stimulate, vitalize, vivify  

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