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Meaning of “peel” - Learner’s Dictionary

peel

verb     /piːl/
FRUIT/VEGETABLES [T]
B1 to remove the skin of fruit or vegetables: Peel and chop the onions.Preparing foodPreparing food using heat
SURFACE [I, T]
If you peel something from a surface, you remove it and if something peels, it comes away from a surface: The paint is starting to peel off where the wall is damp. →  See also keep your eyes open/peeled (for sb/sth) Removing and getting rid of thingsTaking things away from someone or somewhere
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