Greenwich Time Signal

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Noun[edit]

Greenwich Time Signal (plural Greenwich Time Signals)

  1. (Britain) A time signal transmitted on radio by the BBC every hour and consisting of five short beeps followed by a longer one, with the longer one coinciding with the start of the hour.

Synonyms[edit]

  • the pips (UK, informal)