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"peep" in American English

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peepverb [I]

 us   /pip/
  • peep verb [I] (LOOK)

to look quickly and often secretly: He peeped over his shoulder to see if anyone was watching.
If something peeps up or out, it has just begun to appear: Daisies were peeping through the turf.

peepnoun

 us   /pip/
  • peep noun (SOUND)

[C] a sound, or a spoken word: She’s too scared to make a peep.
(Definition of peep from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







"peep" in British English

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peepverb

uk   /piːp/  us   /piːp/

peepnoun

uk   /piːp/  us   /piːp/
(Definition of peep from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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