peaknoun [ C ]uk /piːk/ us /piːk/
peak noun [ C ] (HIGHEST POINT)
- He seems to have reached the peak of his tennis career.
- Accommodation is tricky to find at the peak of the season.
- The evening rush hour reaches its peak between 5 and 6pm.
- There are always peaks and troughs in any relationship.
- The Beatles were at their peak during the 1960s.
peak noun [ C ] (MOUNTAIN)
- the glaciated peaks of the Himalayas
- From the lowlands of the south to the rugged peaks in the north, Derbyshire has something for everyone.
- Snow-covered peaks form a back-drop to beautiful mountain lakes.
- Ben Nevis is Scotland's highest peak.
- We set up camp three quarters of the way up the peak.
peak noun [ C ] (HAT PART)
peakadjective [ before noun ]uk /piːk/ us /piːk/
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