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peak /piːk/ noun [countable]

راس (بادبان) ، نقطه ماکزیمم ، راس ، کلاه نوک تیز ، (مج). منتها درجه ، حداکثر ، کاکل ، فرق سر ، دزدیدن ، تیز شدن ، بصورت نوک تیز درامدن ، به قله رسیدن ، به نقطه اوج رسیدن ، نحیف شدن ، علوم مهندسی: پیک ، الکترونیک: اوج ، عمران: نوک ، معماری: تیزه ، شیمی: پیک ، روانشناسی: اوج ، بازرگانی: نقطه اوج ، ورزش: نوک ، علوم هوایی: قله ، علوم نظامی: قله مسیر گلوله ، علوم دریایی: راس

: peak (up)

ورزش: بالارفتن موج به اوج و شروع به شکستن
الکترونیک: پیک ، شیمی: قله ، نوک ، تربیت بدنی: نوک ، قله ، حداکثر ، پیک ، علوم مهندسی: راس ، بادبان ، : علوم دریایی: اوج ، قله ، هواپیمایی: نقطه ماکزیمم ، نوک ، قله ، اوج ، تیزه ، معماری: نوک ، قله ، حداکثر ، قله مسیر گلوله ، علوم نظامی: نقطه ماکزیمم ، نوک ، عمران: اوج ، روانشناسی: اوج ، الکترونیک: حداکثر ، نقطه اوج ، اقتصاد: نوک ، قله ، راس ، کلاه نوک تیز،( مج ).منتها درجه ، حداکثر، کاکل ، فرق سر، دزدیدن ، تیز شدن ، بصورت نوک تیز درامدن ، به قله رسیدن ، به نقطه اوج رسیدن ، نحیف شدن زیست شناسی: سرژ یا غلیان ، ترشح مقدار زیاد یک هورمون در یک گامه کوتاه

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- point, apex, brow, crest, pinnacle, summit, tip, top
- high point, acme, climax, crown, culmination, zenith
- culminate, climax, come to a head
English Thesaurus: mountain, hill, Mount, cliff, precipice, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. peak1 W3 /piːk/ noun [countable]
[Date: 1500-1600; Origin: Perhaps from pike 'mountain, hill' (13-21 centuries), probably from a Scandinavian language]

1. TIME [usually singular] the time when something or someone is best, greatest, highest, most successful etc
at sth’s peak
The British Empire was at its peak in the mid 19th century.
Sales this month have reached a new peak.
Most athletes reach their peak in their mid 20s.
He’s past his peak as a tennis player.
Oil production is down from its peak of two years ago.
at the peak of something
Hotel rooms are difficult to find at the peak of the holiday season.
the peaks and troughs of the US economy (=high and low points)

a) the sharply pointed top of a mountain:
snow-capped mountain peaks
jagged peaks
b) a mountain ⇒ summit:
Mount McKinley is Alaska’s highest peak.

3. POINT a part that forms a point above a surface or at the top of something:
Whisk the egg whites until they form stiff peaks.

4. HAT especially British English the flat curved part of a cap that sticks out in front above your eyes Synonym : visor American English

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. peak2 verb [intransitive]
to reach the highest point or level:
Sales peaked in August, then fell sharply.
peak at
Wind speeds peaked at 105 mph yesterday.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. peak3 adjective [only before noun]

1. used to talk about the best, highest, or greatest level or amount of something:
Gasoline prices are 14% below the peak level they hit in November.
a shampoo designed to keep your hair in peak condition
If you phone during the day you pay the peak rate for calls.
periods of peak demand for electricity

2. British English the peak time or period is when the greatest number of people are doing the same thing, using the same service etc:
Extra buses run at peak times.
Hotel prices rise during the peak season.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. mountain top
ADJ. high | jagged, rocky | snow-capped, snow-covered | distant | mountain
VERB + PEAK climb, conquer, scale
PEAK + VERB rise, tower We looked up at the rocky peaks towering above us.
PREP. on a/the ~ climbers on the distant mountain peaks

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. highest level, rate, etc.
ADJ. all-time The share index rose to a new all-time peak of 2732.
summer, winter, etc. The influx of tourists has reached its summer peak.
VERB + PEAK rise to/towards Production is rising back towards its 1999 peak.
hit, reach | fall below/from, pass | be past Her performance is just past its peak.
PEAK + NOUN hours, period, season, time, year | demand at times of peak demand
rate peak-rate phone calls
level | efficiency, performance The engine is tuned to peak efficiency.
fitness, form
PREP. at a/the/your ~ The crisis was now at its peak. At his peak he was the best player in the world.
~ of She is at the peak of her popularity. The party's numbers reached a peak of 40,000 in 2001.
PHRASES in peak condition You want your hair to look in peak condition.
peaks and troughs Economic life moves in cycles of peaks and troughs.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


be at its peak
The strawberry season is now at its peak.
be past your peak
By the next Olympics, she will be past her peak.
reach a peak (also hit a peak informal)
The traffic reaches a peak between 5 and 6 pm.
The company’s stock hit a peak of about $23.
fall from a peak
Visitor numbers have fallen from a peak of 1.8 million per year to under 1 million.
peaks and troughs (=high points and low points)
Sales went through a number of peaks and troughs in the last fiscal year.
a mountain peak
All around are the spectacular mountain peaks of the Jungfrau region.
the highest peak
Mount McKinley is Alaska’s highest peak.
a snowy/snow-capped peak
The snow-capped peaks of the Sorondo mountain range provide a dramatic backdrop.
a jagged peak (=with several sharp points)
At first all I could see was the hazy black outline of a jagged peak.
a rocky peak
The Castle is situated on a rocky peak.
a distant peak
The mist cleared to reveal the distant peaks across the valley.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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