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Meaning of “peek” - Learner’s Dictionary

peek

verb [I]     /piːk/
to look at something for a short time, often when you do not want other people to see you: I peeked out the window to see who was there.Using the eyesEyesight, glasses and lensesThe eye and surrounding areaPerceptive
Translations of “peek”
in Vietnamese liếc trộm…
in Spanish echar un vistazo, mirar a hurtadillas…
in Thai แอบดู…
in Malaysian mengintai…
in French jeter un coup d’oeil (furtif) (à)…
in German gucken…
in Chinese (Traditional) 窺視,偷看…
in Indonesian mengintip…
in Russian выглядывать, заглядывать украдкой…
in Turkish gizlice bakmak, dikizlemek, gözlemek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 窥视,偷看…
in Polish zerkać…
(Definition of peek verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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