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peaked

adjective uk   us   /piːkt/

peaked adjective (HAT PART)

A peaked hat has a peak at the front: a peaked cap

peaked adjective (HIGH POINT)

rising to a point

peaked adjective (ILL)

US informal (UK peaky) slightly ill, often looking pale
Translations of “peaked”
in Chinese (Traditional) 帽子的一部分, 鴨舌帽,有帽簷的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 帽子的一部分, 鸭舌帽的…
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