hindi traducción de peek
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Formas de la palabra:peeks, peeking, peeked
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If you peek at something or someone, or if you have a peek at them, you have a quick look at them, often secretly.[informal]झांकना/झांकी nf
She had twice peeked at him through the fence.
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It was because of this that I sneaked a peek at episode two.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Search for the video online for an exclusive peek at what's in store.The Sun (2014)
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This week, I bring you an exclusive peek at the future of video games.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
We get to peek behind the scenes of two illustrious gardens tonight.The Sun (2014)
We had a sneaky peek and were blown away.The Sun (2012)
We take a peek (from behind the sofa).The Sun (2011)
We'd love a sneaky peek into your wardrobe.The Sun (2012)
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)
This will allow humankind to peek up to two metres beneath the Martian surface for the first time.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
While her audience gets a peek into her reality, there is still a great deal of planning.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Women were more circumspect, with only one in ten admitting having a sneaky peek.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
FANCY a peek inside exclusive and hidden gardens of London?The Sun (2011)
Few can resist a quick peek at the spines on a bookcase and making some pretty bold generalisations based on them.The Sun (2014)
Sounds to us like she was having a sneaky peek in advance.The Sun (2016)
The band was lucky to get a sneak peek when it was still in its early stages.The Sun (2015)
The video evidence from our experiment proves just how bad men are at taking a sneaky peek.The Sun (2011)
Very recently, I finally allowed myself to be vulnerable with my husband and let him get a quick peek.Christianity Today (2000)
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Inglés británico: 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.
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