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Spanish translation of “peep”


verb /piːp/
to look through a narrow opening or from behind something She peeped through the window. to look quickly and in secret He peeped at the answers at the back of the book. peephole noun a hole (in a door etc) through which one can look He was caught spying on his neighbours through a hole in the fence.
(Definition of peep from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)

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