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  1. peck

    • IPA[pek]

    美式

    • v.
      (of a bird) strike or bite something with its beak;make (a hole) by striking with the beak
    • n.
      a stroke or bite by a bird with its beak;a light or perfunctory kiss
    • noun: peck, plural noun: pecks

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    • 1. a stroke or bite by a bird with its beak the bird managed to give its attacker a sharp peck
    • a light or perfunctory kiss a fatherly peck on the cheek
    • 2. archaic, informal food he wants a little more peck
    • ph.
      (1916–2003), American actor; full name Eldred Gregory Peck. His many films range from the ...

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    • ph.
      (1916–2003), US actor; full name Eldred Gregory Peck. Notable movies: Spellbound (1945), ...

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      denoting or using an inexpert form of typing in which only one or two fingers are used: hunt-and-peck computer users

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    • adj.
      denoting or using an inexpert form of typing in which only one or two fingers are used: hunt-and-peck computer users

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    • IPA[pɛk]

    英式

    • v.
      (of a bird) strike or bite something with its beak: two geese were pecking at some grain vultures pecked out the calf's eyes
    • n.
      a stroke or bite by a bird with its beak: the bird managed to give its attacker a sharp peck

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    • IPA[pɛk]

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    • n.
      a measure of capacity for dry goods, equal to a quarter of a bushel (2 imperial gallons = 9.092 ...

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    • IPA[pek]

    美式

    • n.
      a measure of capacity for dry goods, equal to a quarter of a bushel (8 US quarts = 8.81 liters, ...

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    • IPA[pɛk]

    英式

    • v.
      (of a horse) pitch forward or stumble as a result of striking the ground with the front rather ... her father's horse had pecked slightly on landing

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    • IPA[pek]

    美式

    • v.
      (of a horse) pitch forward or stumble as a result of striking the ground with the front rather ... her father's horse had pecked slightly on landing

    Oxford American Dictionary