- vi. 凝视,盯着看 look very carefully or hard, especially as if not able to see clearly
- [C]贵族 a member of any of five noble ranks
- [C]同辈; 同龄人 a person of the same age, class
a person who is of equal standing with another in a group
a nobleman (duke or marquis or earl or viscount or baron) who is a member of the British peerage
"We peered into the back of the shop to see whether a salesman was around"
- Children are easily influenced by their peers.
- He was valued by both his peer and his superiors.
- The opinions of his peers are more important to him than his parents' ideas.
- It will not be easy to find his peer.
- He was created a peer of the UK in 2005.
- She peers through the mist, trying to find the right path.
- She peer at me over the top of her glasses.
- The cloud of data flowing through their workstations forms a clear digital globe for them to peer into.
- He peered at his father's face.
- She peers into my eyes.
- Armstrong is a peer.
- As peers, we will help each other.
- peer anxiously 不安地凝视
- peer at 凝视
- peer at the traffic lights 注视着交通灯
- peer out from 从…往外看
- peer into sb's eyes 盯着某人的眼睛
- peer into the distance 凝视着远方
- hereditary peer 〈英〉世袭上议院议员
- life peer 〈英〉终身职的上议院议员
- without a peer 无双的
Some of those men were the peers of the best European statesmen of the time.出自： J. Bryce
Curious faces peered from the windows.出自： L. M. Montgomery
He peered, trying to discern the shadowy intruders.出自： I. Murdoch
Leaning into the shaft, peering down into the darkness.出自： P. Dickinson
- peer, discern, peep
- ☆ 1300年左右进入英语，直接源自盎格鲁法语的peir；最初源自古典拉丁语的par，意为平等的。