Main meanings of peaked in English

: peaked1peaked2

peaked1

Pronunciation /piːkt/

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adjective

  • Having a peak.

    ‘a peaked cap’
    • ‘He was wearing a white peaked baseball cap, blue jeans and a grey, long-sleeved cotton jacket.’
    • ‘‘But I have his hat,’ Josie told her, holding up the dripping tweed peaked cap.’
    • ‘On his head he wore a brown tweed peaked cap and tufts of soft brown hair stuck out from beneath.’
    • ‘He was of medium build and wore dark jeans, a canvas coat and a peaked crash helmet with a luminous yellow design.’
    • ‘I was dressed in shirt and shorts wearing a long peaked cap and polarised sunglasses and I was covered with lots of sunscreen.’
    • ‘Smart camouflage jackets and peaked caps replaced the rags and turbans of the past.’
    • ‘He seemed to be an old-fashioned post-man, with a crisp blue suit and peaked cap.’
    • ‘I carry two different hats, a peaked cap, and a hat with a flap which covers the ears and back of the neck.’
    • ‘He is described as being aged between 30 and 40 and was wearing jeans, a dark jacket and a peaked cap.’
    • ‘As I got out of the car I noted Geraldine was wearing a light blue zip-up top, matching blue trousers and a blue peaked cap.’
    • ‘Resplendent in white gloves and peaked cap, the traffic policeman watched helplessly.’
    • ‘I drove the A40, Pat beside me wearing a peaked officer's cap.’
    • ‘‘Good afternoon, Mr. Lakes,’ Jude returned with a tip of his peaked cap.’
    • ‘His head was covered by a peaked cap and his face hidden behind a black gas mask.’
    • ‘He was wearing a white peaked cap with the cap turned backwards on his head.’
    • ‘He didn't carry an umbrella, but wore his peaked cap to ward off the rain.’
    • ‘They wear peaked caps, and heavy duffle coats, on top of neat uniforms.’
    • ‘They're black with a peaked beret and red armband.’
    • ‘They said he was wearing a dark blue fleece and a peaked cap.’
    • ‘Some villages appeared to have been recently vacated, their neatly tended walled compounds of round mud huts and peaked thatched roofs empty of people and animals.’

Main meanings of peaked in English

: peaked1peaked2

peaked2

Pronunciation /piːkt/

Translate peaked into Spanish

adjective

North American predicative
  • Gaunt and pale from illness or fatigue.

    ‘you do look a little peaked’
    • ‘Jenny Jones was a thin woman now, and looked peaked and sickly.’
    careworn, tired, drained, drawn, raddled