peak

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈpiːk/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/pik/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(pēk)


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peak

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. hiking up to the peak (of the mountain)
  2. hike down from the peak (of the mountain)
  3. [on, from] the peak (of the mountain)
  4. on the mountain peak
  5. the peak of the mountain is at [10,000 feet]
  6. a [10,000-foot] peak
  7. a snow- [covered, capped] peak
  8. the peak is covered in snow
  9. there is snow on the peak (year round)
  10. the highest peak in [North America]
  11. a [difficult, dangerous] peak to climb
  12. during the peak of the [skiing, surfing] season
  13. the price of [oil, gold] reached a peak
  14. reached a peak last [fall, December]
  15. peaks and troughs of [sales, shares, prices]
  16. plot (the) peaks on a [graph, chart]
  17. at the peak of his [running, football] career
  18. at the peak of his career in [running]
  19. whisk the eggs to stiff peaks
  20. the peak of a cap
  21. could see her widow's peak
adj
  1. the peak [value, rate, performance, level] (of)
  2. [running, functioning, operating] at peak performance
  3. [crowded, packed, full, slow] during peak [hours, times]
  4. off-peak and peak seasons
  5. the peak [travel, vacation, sports] season
  6. peak-season [bookings, vacations, reservations, figures, sales]
  7. [during, in, over, throughout] the peak season
  8. more [expensive, difficult] [during] peak season
  9. peak [travel, booking, traffic] levels
  10. we've reached peak [hipster, idiot]
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