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  1. peeps

    • IPA[pēps]

    美式

    • plural
      people (often used to refer to a person's friends or associates)
    • 釋義
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    plural

    • 1. informal people (often used to refer to a person's friends or associates) thanks for the feedback, peeps! she's back home with her peeps in Milwaukee
    • n.
      a feeble, high-pitched sound made by a young bird or mammal.
    • v.
      make a brief, high-pitched sound: Don peeped on his whistle

    Oxford Dictionary

    • v.
      look quickly and furtively at something, especially through a narrow opening: the door was ajar and she couldn't resist peeping in
    • n.
      a quick or furtive look: Jonathan took a peep at his watch

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a high-pitched feeble sound made by a young bird or mammal.
    • v.
      make a cheeping or beeping sound: Don peeped on his whistle

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • v.
      look quickly and furtively at something, especially through a narrow opening: his door was ajar and she couldn't resist peeping in
    • n.
      a quick or furtive look: Jonathan took a little peep at his watch

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a sequence of pictures viewed through a lens or hole set into a box, formerly offered as a ...

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      (of a shoe) having the tip cut away to leave the big toe partially exposed.
    • n.
      a peep-toe shoe: a pair of black peep-toes

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a sequence of pictures viewed through a lens or hole set into a box, traditionally offered as a ...

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      (of a shoe) having the tip cut away to leave the big toe partially exposed.
    • n.
      a peep-toe shoe: a pair of black peep-toes

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[piːps]

    英式

    • plural
      people (often used to refer to a person's friends or associates): thanks for the feedback, peeps! she's back home with her peeps in Milwaukee

    Oxford Dictionary