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Translation of "peek" - English-Spanish dictionary

peek

verb   /piːk/
to look, especially for a short time or while trying to avoid being seen mirar a hurtadillas Close your eyes. Don’t peek. I’ve got a surprise for you. I peeked out the window to see who was there. The children peeked over the wall to see where the ball had gone. The film peeks behind the scenes of a multinational corporation.1081
noun   /piːk/ informal
have/take a peek
to look at something for a short time echar una miradita If I’m passing by I might take a peek at the new premises.1081
(Definition of peek from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

peek

verb /piːk/
to look, especially quickly and in secret echar un vistazo; mirar a hurtadillas He opened the door slightly and peeked out Cover your eyes and don’t peek.
(Definition of peek from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “peek”
in Vietnamese liếc trộm…
in Malaysian mengintai…
in Thai แอบดู…
in French jeter un coup d’oeil (furtif) (à)…
in German gucken…
in Chinese (Simplified) 窥视,偷看…
in Turkish gizlice bakmak, dikizlemek, gözlemek…
in Russian выглядывать, заглядывать украдкой…
in Indonesian mengintip…
in Chinese (Traditional) 窺視,偷看…
in Polish zerkać…
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