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Translation of "peak" - English-Spanish dictionary

peak

noun   /piːk/
B1 the top of a mountain pico snow-covered peaks
the highest level or value of something máximo House prices have probably reached their peak. peak travel times
(Definition of peak from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

peak

noun /piːk/
the pointed top of a mountain or hill pico, cumbre snow-covered peaks.
the highest, greatest, busiest etc point, time etc cumbre, cúspide, apogeo He was at the peak of his career.
the front part of a cap which shades the eyes visera The boy wore a cap with a peak.
peaked adjective
having a peak con visera a peaked cap.
peaky adjective
(British, informal ) looking pale and unhealthy; peaked (American) pálido, enfermizo You look peaky today.
(Definition of peak from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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