Definition of 'peek'
Example sentences containing 'peek'
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Take a peek and pop the pounds and pennies back in your purse. The Sun (2016)While her audience gets a peek into her reality, there is still a great deal of planning. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Take a peek and pop the pounds and pennies back in your purse. The Sun (2016)While her audience gets a peek into her reality, there is still a great deal of planning. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We had a sneaky peek and were blown away. The Sun (2012)The band was lucky to get a sneak peek when it was still in its early stages. The Sun (2015)We get to peek behind the scenes of two illustrious gardens tonight. The Sun (2014)The video evidence from our experiment proves just how bad men are at taking a sneaky peek. The Sun (2011) Getting a peek inside is not easy. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Sounds to us like she was having a sneaky peek in advance. The Sun (2016) Get a sneak peek on the right. The Sun (2010) Get a sneak peek of her investigations at thesundaytimes. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Few can resist a quick peek at the spines on a bookcase and making some pretty bold generalisations based on them. The Sun (2014)Search for the video online for an exclusive peek at what's in store. The Sun (2014)Women were more circumspect, with only one in ten admitting having a sneaky peek. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We'd love a sneaky peek into your wardrobe. The Sun (2012)This will allow humankind to peek up to two metres beneath the Martian surface for the first time. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The packages look great but a quick peek behind the pricing shows the cheapest deals don't include flights. The Sun (2014)FANCY a peek inside exclusive and hidden gardens of London? The Sun (2011)It was because of this that I sneaked a peek at episode two. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We take a peek (from behind the sofa). The Sun (2011) Take a peek with Style's elf cam. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I'd had a quick peek at the menu online and knew the credit card was going to take a hammering. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Extras include cast and crew interviews, a peek behind the scenes and the UK trailer. The Sun (2011)This week, I bring you an exclusive peek at the future of video games. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Maybe I should take a peek into my wife's bag after all. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Very recently, I finally allowed myself to be vulnerable with my husband and let him get a quick peek. Christianity Today (2000)Elsewhere, we go behind the scenes at Strictly for an exclusive peek into what the stars get up to backstage on o the day of the show. The Sun (2010)
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Used Occasionally. peek is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'peek'
British English: peek VERB
If you peek at something or someone, you have a quick look at them, often secretly.
On two occasions she had peeked at him through a crack in the wall.
Definition of peek from the Collins English Dictionary
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