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peer 

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  • 词形变化
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peer

[piə]

n.同辈, 同等的人, 贵族
vi.凝视, 窥视

例句与用法:

The opinions of his peers are more important to him than his parents' ideas.

在他看来,他同辈人的观点比他父母的观点更为重要。

She peers through the mist, trying to find the right path.

她透过雾眯着眼看,想找出正确的路。

词形变化:

动词过去式: peered | 动词过去分词: peered | 动词现在分词: peering | 动词第三人称单数: peers |

vi.

1. 凝视, 盯着看[Q][(+at/into)]

She peered at him closely, as if not believing it could really be him.

她仔细地瞧着他, 似乎不相信真会是他。

2. 隐约出现; 出现

The moon peered out from behind clouds.

月亮从云后隐约出现。


n.[C]

1. (地位, 能力等)同等的人; 同辈, 同事

The opinions of his peers are more important to him than his parents' ideas.

对他来说, 同辈人的意见比他父母的看法更重要。

He is so fine a man that it would be hard to find his peer.

他为人之好简直找不出第二个人。

Children are easily influenced by their peer.

孩子很容易受同辈影响。

2. (英国的)贵族; (英国的)上院议员

He has been made a peer.

他已被封为贵族。

vt.

1. 与……相比, 与……同等

2. 封……为贵族


短语词组:

peer at

1. 凝视

She peered at me over the top of her glasses.

她从眼镜上方盯着我看。


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