Pronunciation Verb

pep (peps, present participle pepping; past and past participle pepped)

  1. (transitive) To inject with energy and enthusiasm.
    • 1995, Faithless (band), Insomnia (song)
      At least a couple of weeks since I last slept,
      Kept takin' sleepers, but now I keep myself pepped.
Translations Noun


  1. Energy, high spirits.
    • H. E. Bates
      She was particularly pleased with the wine, which at not infrequent intervals she tasted. Beyond all doubt it promised to be of vintage quality. Clearly the long hot summer had put more than a little pep into the berries.
Synonyms Translations


  1. Initialism of post-exposure prophylaxis
  2. (UK, finance) Initialism of personal equity plan a former financial instrument
  3. (UK) Initialism of politically exposed person
Proper noun
  1. (programming) Initialism of Python enhancement proposal

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