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  1. pep
    IPA[pep]
  2. noun

    • 1. energy and high spirits; liveliness:

      he was an enthusiastic player, full of pep and fight

    verb

    • 1. add liveliness or vigor to someone or something:

      measures to pep up the economy
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: pep

    • v.: verb: pep, 3rd person present: peps, gerund or present participle: pepping, past tense: pepped, past participle: pepped

    • noun

      (in the UK) a personal equity plan, a program allowing individuals to hold shares and unit trusts free of tax on dividends and capital gains (replaced in 1999 by the ISA).
    • noun

      post-exposure prophylaxis (treatment given very shortly after exposure to an infectious agent, such as rabies or the HIV virus, to prevent infection):
    • noun

      energy and high spirits; liveliness:
    • verb

      make someone or something more lively or interesting:
    • noun

      (in the UK) a personal equity plan, a scheme allowing individuals to hold shares and unit trusts free of tax on dividends and capital gains (replaced in 1999 by the ISA).
    • noun

      post-exposure prophylaxis (treatment given very shortly after exposure to an infectious agent, such as rabies or the HIV virus, to prevent infection):
    • noun

      a pill containing a stimulant drug.
    • noun

      a talk intended to make someone feel more courageous or enthusiastic:
    • noun

      a meeting aimed at inspiring enthusiasm, especially one held before a sporting event.
    • noun

      a talk intended to make someone feel more courageous or enthusiastic:
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