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

The meaning of "Peer" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does peering through mean?
A: to look through something narrow
Q: What does "ahead of his peers" mean?
A: Ahead of his peers means that his level of thinking or intellect surpasses those that are around him. Which in this case is his classmates.
Q: What does peer over mean?
A: To look over something. “She peered over the door to see the boy”
Q: What does peer reviewed mean?
A: It means a fellow student/friend reviewed, or read/corrected it.
Q: What does to peer mean?
A: @Lina777: someone your age or similar job level.

Example sentences using "Peer"

Q: Please show me example sentences with peers.
A: I graduated school with my peers.

Children are easily influenced by their peers.

I hope this helps 🙂
Q: Please show me example sentences with peer pressure .
A: 1) Teenagers face peer pressure from friends.

2) In Japanese schools, there is strong peer pressure to conform to the group.
Q: Please show me example sentences with peer pressure.
A: Sally really didn't like nattou. But since everyone else was eating it, she gave in to peer pressure and ate some.

Teenagers are said to be particularly susceptible to peer pressure.

Peer pressure can sometimes be good, rather than bad.
Q: Please show me example sentences with peer out of.
A: "I wonder how the weather is. I'm going to peer out of that window to find out."

peer = look / ver / mirar

En realidad, "peer out" funciona pero suena raro, es una expresión del pasado, no usaría.
Q: Please show me example sentences with "peer pressure".
A: "He gave in to peer pressure and started smoking. His mom was very disappointed."

"Peer pressure is not something we can avoid as humans."

"Even adults can succumb to peer pressure."

Synonyms of "Peer" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between peer and look and see and watch ?
A: I am peeking through a hole.
Katie looks good today.
I am looking at you.
I am looking for my friend.
I can see you tried very hard at the assignment.
I often see people not stopping at the stop sign.
She's never gone hiking, you see.
I've been seeing her for two months now.
I can't see the difference between these two pictures.
He's blind. He can't see anything.
I love watching movies with my friends.
God is always watching over you.
I have to go get a package at the post office. Can you watch my son while I'm gone?
Watch out! There's a hole on the street.
Q: What is the difference between peer and companion ?
A: A peer is someone who you are around often but don’t know well, for example a person in your class at school or someone who you work with in an office. A companion is someone who you are with all the time, like a best friend or some may even refer to a dog as a companion.
Q: What is the difference between She peered at it. and She peeked out it. ?
A: Peered is to observe for a longer period of time
Peeked is to quickly and secretively look/observe.
Q: What is the difference between peer and stare ?
A: peer is to look at something with attention.
example sentence. she moved to the left, leaning against the rocks to peer inside the cave.
stare is to look at someone or something for a long time.
ex. sentence~ it's rude to stare. or stop staring at me
Q: What is the difference between peer and gaze and stare ?
A: Technically, they all mean the same thing. However, they have different connotations and are used in different circumstances. Here is a breakdown:

Staring is rude or negative. You hear their mothers telling their children "Don't stare at people."

Gazing is done toward something large or wonderful. You gaze at the stars, or out to the horizon.

Peering suggests you are doing so secretively, or in a close way. You peer through a microscope, or a peep hole.

I hope that this helps!

Translations of "Peer"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? peer pressure
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? peer
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? peer pressure
A: If you want to know its meaning, it means that people your age make you do things you don't want to do just to have things in common with them
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? peer, stare, and gaze
A: Peer means to look at something with difficulty. "I had to peer through the fog"

Stare means to look at something for a long time

And gaze is just to look at something

They all have sort of the same meaning.

Other questions about "Peer"

Q: What does ''peer over one's shoulder''?
Would you mind telling me some examples?
A: "peering over one's shoulder" or "looking over someone shoulder" (in casual American English) means that you're closing watching what someone is doing. It's usually used in a mildly negative context as a description for someone who's being overly nosy (fouineuse) or too involved in what you're doing.
Q: I would like you to correct this to more natural English please.
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I rarely smoke but when I am feeling peer pressure from smoking members at the same table in bar, I reluctantly smoke. does this sound natural?
A:
“I try not to smoke, but when I’m at a bar, and I’m surrounded by smokers at the same table, I feel pressured into smoking too.”
Q: Through the peer review and tutor feedback, I was reminded to write a clear thesis statement. I was unaware that my writing did not include a thesis statement until I received the feedback, so I need to be sure to focus on what the purpose of this essay is when revisiting the essay draft. does this sound natural?
A: Through peer review and tutor feedback, I was reminded to write a clear thesis statement. I was unaware that my writing did not include a thesis statement until I received the feedback, so I need to be sure to focus on what the purpose of an essay is when revisiting the essay draft.
Q: I think that's really crazy and I suppose most of my peers hit their own head and kicked themselves cause they desire to go to college just to have a job. I'm serious. does this sound natural?
A: I think that it's really crazy because most of my friends give themselves a hard time just because they want to go to college just to have a job,I'm serious.
Q: I wore as the same as my peers. I only had some ordinary clothes, nothing too fancy.
does this sound natural?
A: I wore the same things as my peers. I only had ordinary clothes, nothing too fancy.

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