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A person or thing that is the equal of another specified person or thing
“The nation longs to return to a position in which it is a peer of its rivals.”
An associate or fellow in a given group, organization or setting
“Sometimes, a mild criticism by a peer overwhelms this defense strategy, leading them to abruptly plummet into a state of severe depression and self-loathing.”
A member of the nobility, especially in Britain or Ireland
“Labour peer Baroness Golding said in a statement that the two protesters were guests of hers.”
Someone who is approximately the same age (as someone else)
“One child of thirteen years of age may be three or four inches taller than a peer of the same age.”
The act or fact of looking at something
A person who was a fellow attendee at one's school
A wealthy and influential businessman or businesswoman
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Member of the jury
To look or stare at someone or something, especially intently
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“Later, with the test completed, the scientists peer at a strange-looking map and smile.”
To investigate or meddle in a matter, especially the private affairs of others
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To make a vigorous and thorough search
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Being of the same age
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