Spanish translation of 'peer'
- (= noble)
⇒ he was made a life peer
le concedieron un título vitalicio
- (= equal)
- (in status)
- (in age)
coetáneo (coetánea) 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
- (in status)
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Example Sentences Including 'peer'
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Anyone who has given up alcohol for any amount of time will know that peer pressure is the hardest thing.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
It is no easy thing to peer through the fog of recent economic data.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Peer ranking requires each group member to rank the performance of all other members from best to worst.A Conceptual View of Human Resource Management: Strategic Objectives, Environments, Functions
The Conservative peer has offered a 250,000 prize for the best solution of how one or more countries could leave the euro.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
In 1977 he became a Labour life peer.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
She peered at me intently.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
That the British rich are suffering much harder than their peers abroad should come as no surprise.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
The only pressure here is peer pressure, which works as a positive force.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
This is probably due to a mixture of peer pressure and social conscience.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
This year, the distance from their peers only widens.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
You could see him peering back from first class.The Sun (2011)
Steel shaded his eyes against the sunlight and peered into the distance.Man of Honour (2007)
To be voted by your peers is one of the biggest things in the game.The Sun (2013)
She now sits as a crossbench peer in the House of Lords.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
A committee of MPs, peers and officials will be set up before the summer and tasked with recommending one of the options.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
And the joints of ageing peers too..The Sun (2008)
Avoid leaving any windows open while you are out and try to ensure valuables are not visible to people peering in.The Sun (2014)
He had peered through the window and come into the bank.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
He is a life peer and should be in it till death.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
It came during the bill's committee stage, an unusual time for peers to force votes.Times, Sunday Times (2017)
Neat and trim in a pink shirt and blue spotted tie, the Conservative peer still runs three or four times a week.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
One of the Conservative hereditary peers seems to think so.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The crossbench peer said he hoped the courses would help to restore public trust in public life.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
They tend to be four to five months behind peers in verbal ability and are less able to identify shapes.The Sun (2011)
This is where peer pressure is so important.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Baghdad is full of scarred and scared people anxiously peering into a murky future.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Lord Crisp is an independent crossbench peer.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Trends of 'peer'
Very Common. peer 1 is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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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 aguawe went up to the window and peered in
fuimos hasta la ventana y nos asomamos para ver lo que pasaba dentroto peer into sb's face
escudriñar la cara a algnI peered over her shoulder
miré por encima de su hombro
⇒ we peered over the wall
nos asomamos para mirar por encima de la pared
'peer' in Other Languages
British English: peer VERB
If you peer at something, you look at it very hard, usually because it is difficult to see clearly.
I had been peering at a computer print-out that made no sense at all.
British English: peer NOUN
Your peers are the people who are the same age as you or who have the same status as you.
His engaging personality made him popular with his peers.
Translation of peer from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary