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peer review

noun [C or U]
 
 
(also peer appraisal) HR
a system in which people you work with report on your performance so that you and your managers know areas that you need to improve, or an occasion when this happen: She finds the peer review group valuable because she gets feedback. A peer review of member firms by other accountants is required every three years. a peer review process/system
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