peer

peer
I piə noun
1) (a nobleman (in Britain, one from the rank of baron upwards).) par, noble
2) (a person's equal in rank, merit or age: The child was disliked by his peers; (also adjective) He is more advanced than the rest of his peer group.) par
- peeress
- peerless

II piə verb
(to look with difficulty: He peered at the small writing.) mirar detenidamente
peer vb mirarpeer expresa la idea de mirar detenidamente o con dificultad
I peered into the darkness, but I could see nothing miré en la oscuridad, pero no pude ver nada
peer
tr[pɪəSMALLr/SMALL]
intransitive verb
1 (look closely) mirar detenidamente (at, -); (shortsightedly) mirar con ojos de miope (at, -)
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peer
tr[pɪəSMALLr/SMALL]
noun
1 (equal) par nombre masulino o femenino, igual nombre masulino o femenino; (contemporary) coetáneo,-a
2 SMALLBRITISH ENGLISH/SMALL (noble) par nombre masulino o femenino, noble nombre masulino o femenino
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to be a life peer tener un título de nobleza vitalicio
to be made a peer adquirir un título de nobleza
peer group grupo paritario
peer pressure / peer group pressure presión nombre femenino que ejercen los compañeros
peer ['pɪr] vi
: mirar detenidamente, mirar con atención
peer n
1) equal: par m, igual mf
2) noble: noble mf
peer
n.
igual s.m.
modelo s.m.
par (del reino) s.m.
v.
asomar v.
mirar de cerca v.

I pɪr, pɪə(r)
noun
1)
a) (equal) par mf, igual mf
b) (contemporary) coetáneo, -nea m,f

among her peers — entre sus coetáneos or los de su edad

2) (lord) (in UK) par m, lord m

he's a life peer — tiene un título vitalicio


II
intransitive verb

to peer AT something/somebody — (with difficulty) mirar algo/a alguien con ojos de miope; (closely) mirar algo/a alguien detenidamente

he climbed the wall and peered over — se trepó al muro y atisbó por encima


I [pɪǝ(r)]
1. N
1) (=noble) par m , lord m

he was made a life peer — le concedieron un título vitalicio

2) (=equal) (in status) par mf , igual mf ; (in age) coetáneo(-a) m / f

as a musician he has no peer — como músico no tiene par or igual

children like to feel accepted by their peers — a los niños les gusta sentirse aceptados por sus coetáneos

2.
CPD

peer evaluation N= peer review

peer group N — grupo m paritario

peer pressure, peer-group pressure N — presión f ejercida por los iguales or frm por el grupo paritario

peer review N — evaluación f por los iguales


II
[pɪǝ(r)]
VI

to peer at sth/sb — (short-sightedly) mirar algo/a algn con ojos de miope; (closely) escudriñar algo/a algn

the old man peered at the book — el anciano miraba el libro con ojos de miope

he peered at his reflection in the water — escudriñaba su reflejo en el agua

we went up to the window and peered in — fuimos hasta la ventana y nos asomamos para ver lo que pasaba dentro

to peer into sb's face — escudriñar la cara a algn

I peered over her shoulder — miré por encima de su hombro

we peered over the wall — nos asomamos para mirar por encima de la pared

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I [pɪr, pɪə(r)]
noun
1)
a) (equal) par mf, igual mf
b) (contemporary) coetáneo, -nea m,f

among her peers — entre sus coetáneos or los de su edad

2) (lord) (in UK) par m, lord m

he's a life peer — tiene un título vitalicio


II
intransitive verb

to peer AT something/somebody — (with difficulty) mirar algo/a alguien con ojos de miope; (closely) mirar algo/a alguien detenidamente

he climbed the wall and peered over — se trepó al muro y atisbó por encima


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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