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Meaning of “peep” - Learner’s Dictionary

peep

verb [I]     /piːp/
peep at/ through/out, etc
to look at something for a short time, often when you do not want other people to see you: She peeped at them through the fence.Using the eyesEyesight, glasses and lensesThe eye and surrounding areaPerceptive
peep through/over/out from, etc
to appear but not be seen completely: The sun peeped out from behind the clouds.Appearing and disappearing
peep noun [no plural]
She took a peep at herself in the mirror.
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