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Italian translation of 'peak'




    1. (of mountain) vetta, cima
    2. (mountain itself) picco
    3. (of roof etc) cima
    4. (of cap) visiera
    5. (on graph) vertice m
    6. (figurative, of power, career) apice m, vertice
    to be at its peak (fame, career, empire) essere all'apice (business) essere nella fase culminante (traffic, demand) aver raggiunto il livello massimo
    he was at the peak of fitness era al massimo della forma fisica


  1. (demand, production) massimo (‑a)

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Example Sentences Including 'peak'

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How much of peak demand should its service system be designed to satisfy?
Davidow, William H. & Uttal, Bro Total Customer Service (The Ultimate Weapon) (1990)
More often than not, companies face higher costs during peak periods, which can explain the higher prices charged.
Miller, Roger LeRoy & Fishe, Raymond P. H. Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice (1995)
Signs of strain suggest that the smartphone segment has perhaps reached its peak.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The optimal solution is found when you have reached a peak on the utility surface.
Miller, Roger LeRoy & Fishe, Raymond P. H. Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice (1995)
The subsequent slump wiped out 49% of peak values.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
This is intended to speed up sales processing and provide better service online regardless of demand peaks during busy trading periods.
Computing (2010)
At the peak of his career in the mid-1960s he was so busy that he rarely had time to go home.
Times, Sunday Times (2017)
Autumn has reached its peak.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
In peak season it could take an hour to go one way.
Times, Sunday Times (2017)
It will be especially useful for areas with peak use.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Most of the passengers closed their eyes and prayed as the aircraft lurched above the peaks.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The great actor had serious struggles with choking while at the peak of his career.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The warm haze of the metropolis beyond spreads low over the base of a mountain peak.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
We rolled along towards the white towns looking like summer snow caps atop the peaks.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Whisk egg whites to form soft peaks and fold in to yolk and prawn mix.
The Sun (2014)
Whisk the egg whites until stiff peaks form.
The Sun (2016)
Whisk to soft peaks then set aside.
Times, Sunday Times (2014)
A generation which should have peaked at the World Cup was allowed to become an egotistical rabble.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
That was the peak of his career.
Barrett, J (ed) ITF World of Tennis (1993)
This one is still at peak performance three months in.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
To wake up and see lochs and mountain peaks gliding past is to feel still more so.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
He added:'Exactly when the peaks in activity occur can vary.
The Sun (2016)
It can also suck cheap electricity from the grid in the middle of the night for use in peak daytime hours.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Peak demand now came on summer days rather than winter nights.
Times, Sunday Times (2006)
So peaks just above the mountain classification of 2,000ft may now be a few inches too short.
The Sun (2016)
The wheat or mustard should be dug up and burned just before the end of these peak periods.
The Sun (2011)
Twenty years is enough time for troughs and peaks.
Times, Sunday Times (2006)
That is why hoping that the peak of the crisis is past does not make it so.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
We offer multiple connections during peak turnover times.
Christianity Today (2000)

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'peak' in Other Languages

British English: peak /piːk/ NOUN
The peak of a process or activity is the point at which it is at its strongest, most successful, or most fully developed.
...the peak of the morning rush hour.
  • American English: peak
  • Arabic: ذُرْوَةٌ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: pico
  • Chinese: 顶峰
  • Croatian: vrhunac
  • Czech: vrchol činnosti
  • Danish: højdepunkt
  • Dutch: piek
  • European Spanish: pico monte
  • Finnish: huippu
  • French: pic
  • German: Gipfel
  • Greek: κορυφή
  • Italian: picco
  • Japanese: 尖端
  • Korean: 뾰족한 끝
  • Norwegian: topp
  • Polish: szczyt wierzchołek
  • European Portuguese: pico
  • Romanian: apogeu
  • Russian: вершина
  • Latin American Spanish: pico cúspide
  • Swedish: topp
  • Thai: จุดสูงสุด
  • Turkish: zirve
  • Ukrainian: пік
  • Vietnamese: đỉnh
British English: peak ADJECTIVE
The peak level or value of something is its highest level or value.
Today's price is lower than the peak level.
  • American English: peak
  • Brazilian Portuguese: de pico
  • Chinese: 高峰的时期
  • European Spanish: máximo
  • French: de pointe
  • German: Spitzen-
  • Italian: di punta
  • Japanese: 最高の
  • Korean: 최고의
  • European Portuguese: de pico
  • Latin American Spanish: máximo
British English: peak VERB
When something peaks, it reaches its highest value or its highest level.
Temperatures have peaked at over thirty degrees.
  • American English: peak
  • Brazilian Portuguese: atingir o máximo
  • Chinese: 达到峰值
  • European Spanish: alcanzar el valor máximo
  • French: atteindre un maximum
  • German: den Höchststand erreichen
  • Italian: raggiungere il culmine
  • Japanese: 頂点に達する
  • Korean: 최고점에 달하다
  • European Portuguese: atingir o máximo
  • Latin American Spanish: alcanzar el valor máximo


Translation of peak from the Collins English to Italian
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