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peer

US [pɪr]
UK [pɪə(r)]
  • n.同辈;同龄人;身份(或地位)相同的人;(英国)贵族成员
  • v.仔细看;端详
  • Web凝视;对等;同等的人
Plural Form:peers  Present Participle:peering  Past Tense:peered  
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n.
1.
[usupl]
身份(或地位)相同的人;同龄人;同辈a person who is the same age or who has the same social status as you
She enjoys the respect of her peers.
她受到同侪的尊敬。
Children are worried about failing in front of their peers.
儿童都怕在同伴面前失败。
Peer pressure is strong among young people(= they want to be like other people of the same age) .
年轻人受到强大的同辈压力。
2.
(英国)贵族成员(in Britain) a member of the nobility
v.
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(+ adv./prep.)
仔细看;端详to look closely or carefully at sth, especially when you cannot see it clearly
We peered into the shadows.
我们往阴暗处仔细瞧。
He went to the window and peered out.
他走到窗前仔细往外瞧。
She kept peering over her shoulder.
她不停地回头看。
He peered closely at the photograph.
他聚精会神地端详着相片。

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The company says the problem has to do with its 'supernodes'--a crucial part of its peer-to-peer networking system.
公司说和“超级节点”有关,这是其点对点(P2P)网络系统的关键部分。
zài zhōng guó běi fāng , zòng zǐ shì yóu mǐ hún zhe zǎo yē zi zuò chéng 。