Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Peak"

The meaning of "Peak" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does You peaked mean?
A: It means you reached the very top of personal achievement. Most of the time people don’t realize their true potential and believe that they peaked.
Q: What does peaks and troughs mean?
A: This is something happening unevenly.

"The factory workers sometimes painted the walls because there were peaks and troughs in production."

peak = high level
trough = low level
Q: What does peak mean?
A: The point of highest elevation, the paramount, the highest place.
Q: What does sneak peak mean?
A: 👍👎?
Q: What does peak a boo mean?
A: It's a game that parents play with their children
They hide their face behind their hands, and come out quickly and say
"Peek a Boo!"
It's kind of like hide and seek...

Example sentences using "Peak"

Q: Please show me example sentences with peak.
A: He was at the peak of his career.
They had just reached the peak of the mountain.
The peak of the trip was when they went sledding.
They looked down from the mountain’s peak.
Q: Please show me example sentences with a peak.
A: There is snow on the mountain peak.
Q: Please show me example sentences with sneak peak .
A: I'll give you a sneak peek of my new office.

You can get a sneak peak of the new movie at the theatre.

I got a sneak peek of the new Harry Potter book, which will come out soon
Q: Please show me example sentences with peaks.
A: the mountain peaks.
he peaks through the hole
Q: Please show me example sentences with peak into.
A: I can peek into the box. Can you peek through the crack in the door? She is going to sneak a peek at the new display.

Synonyms of "Peak" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between peak and summit (when we talk about mountains) ?
A:

Same thing
Q: What is the difference between peak hour and rush hour ?
A: Peak hour is the busiest hours.
Example : Don't drive home during peak hours.

While,

The rush hour is one of the periods of the day when most people are travelling to or from work.
Example : During the evening rush hour it was often solid with vehicles.
Q: What is the difference between peak and beak ?
A: Peak usually refers to the top of something, like a mountain.
Beak is the bill of a bird typically, the mouth.
Q: What is the difference between peak (pronunciation and peek (pronunciation ?
A: Peak is the highest point, like a mountain peak would be the very top of the mountain. Peek is to sneak a look at, like peeking out the window to see if someone is out the door.

For example:
Young adults are at the peak of their lives. (Young adults are at the highest aka best part of their lives)
I took a peek out of the window to see if the cops were still here.

Peek is a little bit more sneaky than looking, usually peeking means to take a small, unsuspicious look. Of course, peeking looks very suspicious anyway lol

Pronunciation wise, there is absolutely no difference. These words are homophones. They have the same pronunciation like read and red or read and reed. The only way to tell the difference between the two words verbally is through context clues.
Q: What is the difference between peak and beak ?
A: Peak is like the top of something and beak is like the bill (nose/mouth) of a bird

Translations of "Peak"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? peak 和 beak的区别
A: 'peak' and 'beak' sound very similar. 都听起来很相似。。山峰,鸟的喙, 明白吗?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? peak
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? peak
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Sneak peak
A: Sneak peek *

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Other questions about "Peak"

Q: They might don't acknowledge their peak is over since then they lost the latest match.


does this sound natural?
A: It may be hard for them to accept that their peak is over after losing the latest match.
Q: Sneaking peak does this sound natural?
A: We say "sneaking a peak" or "sneak peak" but we don't use "sneaking peak" hope this helped answering your question
Q: Around the peak of the mountain, you sometimes meat the sections that there are two separate trails that climb up and down.
You shouldn't take your route to the trail that has X (Cross) mark on the rock.
Please walk to the trail that has --> (arrow) or O (Circle) mark on the rock. does this sound natural?
A: Around the peak of the mountain, sometimes you'll come across sections where there's two separate trails that you either climb up or down.
You shouldn't climb the trail marked by an "X" (Cross) on the rocks. Instead, please take the trail marked with an "O" (Circle).
Q: The peak commands a nice open view, but it was hazy yesterday. does this sound natural?
A: the sentence works very well not strange at all

edit: by adding "usually" to the sentence you can use either commanded or commands ...so both sentences actually work because of this change.
Q: The peak is also called "Talsanbong", meaning “being distant from others.” Unlike others being close to each other around Hallasan Mountain, Dalsanbong Peak stands alone apart from others. Its unique geographical condition is believed to have given it the name. does this sound natural?
A: @deris79: Although the sentence structure is good, I said it was a little unnatural because of the word choices. In the second sentence saying something like 'Unlike the other mountains, which are close to each other, Dalsanbong Peak is farther away' may sound a bit more natural. I might just be a little picky though

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