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Secretive ActionPlay
Use 'peek' when implying a secretive or sneaky action, often to avoid getting caught. SlideShe peeked at the recipe while the chef wasn't looking.
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Brief MomentPlay
'Peek' suggests a very brief moment of action, not a prolonged one. SlideHe quickly peeked outside before closing the curtains.
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Partial ViewPlay
'Peek' often involves seeing only a part of something, not the whole. SlideFrom behind the door, I could only peek at a part of the room.