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Related to peter: Peter the Great, Peter Rabbit, 1 Peter, Peter the Apostle




, Saint Died c. ad 67.
The chief of the 12 Apostles. He is traditionally regarded as the first bishop of Rome and author of two epistles in the New Testament.

pe·ter 1

PDF(pē′tər)·tered, pe·ter·ing, pe·ters
To diminish slowly and come to an end. Often used with out: Their enthusiasm soon petered out.

pe·ter 2

n.Vulgar Slang
[From the name Peter.]
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Peter Dinklage

ˈpiːtə) vb
(intr; foll by out or away) to fall (off) in volume, intensity, etc, and finally cease: the cash petered out in three months.


(ˈpiːtə) bridgewhistvb (intr)
(Bridge) to play a high card before a low one in a suit, usually a conventional signal of a doubleton holding or of strength in that suit
[C20: perhaps a special use of peter1 (to fall off in power)]


(ˈpiːtə) n
2. a prison cell
4. (Anatomy) chieflyUS a slang word for penis


(ˈpiːtə) n
1. (Biography) Saint. Also called: Simon Peter. died ?67 ad, a fisherman of Bethsaida, who became leader of the apostles and is regarded by Roman Catholics as the first pope; probably martyred at Rome. Feast day: June 29 or Jan 18
2. (Bible) either of two epistles traditionally ascribed to Peter (in full The First Epistle and The Second Epistle of Peter)
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(ˈpi tər)


(ˈpi tər)
[1865–70; from the name]


(ˈpi tər)
1. Also called Simon Peter. died A.D. 67?, one of the 12 apostles and the reputed author of two of the Epistles.
2. either of these two Epistles in the New Testament, I Peter or II Peter.


(ˈpi tər)
1. Peter I ( “the Great” ), 1672–1725, czar of Russia 1682–1725.
2. Peter II, 1923–70, king of Yugoslavia 1934–45.
3. Peter III, 1728–62, czar of Russia 1762 (husband of Catherine II).
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a bundle—Slang Dictionary, 1874.
Dictionary of Collective Nouns and Group Terms. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.


Past participle: petered
Gerund: petering
I peter
you peter
he/she/it peters
we peter
you peter
they peter
I petered
you petered
he/she/it petered
we petered
you petered
they petered
Present Continuous
I am petering
you are petering
he/she/it is petering
we are petering
you are petering
they are petering
Present Perfect
I have petered
you have petered
he/she/it has petered
we have petered
you have petered
they have petered
Past Continuous
I was petering
you were petering
he/she/it was petering
we were petering
you were petering
they were petering
Past Perfect
I had petered
you had petered
he/she/it had petered
we had petered
you had petered
they had petered
I will peter
you will peter
he/she/it will peter
we will peter
you will peter
they will peter
Future Perfect
I will have petered
you will have petered
he/she/it will have petered
we will have petered
you will have petered
they will have petered
Future Continuous
I will be petering
you will be petering
he/she/it will be petering
we will be petering
you will be petering
they will be petering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been petering
you have been petering
he/she/it has been petering
we have been petering
you have been petering
they have been petering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been petering
you will have been petering
he/she/it will have been petering
we will have been petering
you will have been petering
they will have been petering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been petering
you had been petering
he/she/it had been petering
we had been petering
you had been petering
they had been petering
I would peter
you would peter
he/she/it would peter
we would peter
you would peter
they would peter
Past Conditional
I would have petered
you would have petered
he/she/it would have petered
we would have petered
you would have petered
they would have petered
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
Noun1.Peter - disciple of Jesus and leader of the Apostles; regarded by Catholics as the vicar of Christ on earth and first Pope
Saint Peter, Saint Peter the Apostle, Simon Peter, St. Peter, St. Peter the Apostle
2.peter - obscene terms for penis
penis, member - the male organ of copulation (`member' is a euphemism)
dirty word, obscenity, smut, filth - an offensive or indecent word or phrase
Based on WordNet 3.0, Farlex clipart collection. © 2003-2012 Princeton University, Farlex Inc.


verbTo grow or cause to grow gradually less.Also used with out:
abate, decrease, diminish, drain, dwindle, ebb, lessen, let up, rebate, reduce, tail away (or off), taper (off).
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dojítPetrvytratit se
fjara útPétur

Peter Menjawab



Peter the GreatPedro el Grande
Peter Rabbitel Conejo Peter
to rob Peter to pay Pauldesnudar a un santo para vestir a otro


1[ˈpiːtəʳ]VIto peter out [supply] → ; [conversation] → ; [road, stream] → perderse, desaparecer; [interest, excitement] → desvanecerse, decaer; [plan] → ; [song, noise, voice] → apagarse
the road petered out into a trackla carreteradiopaso a un camino, la carretera se transformó en camino


2[ˈpiːtəʳ]N (US) → vergaf, pichaf


3[ˈpiːtəʳ]N (= safe) → cajaf de caudales; (= cell) →

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to rob Peter to pay Paul → déshabillerPaul pour habillerPierre
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005


nPeterm; (= apostle)Petrusm; Saint PeterSanktPeter, der Heilige Petrus; to rob Peter to pay Paulein Loch mit dem anderen zustopfen; he is a real Peter Paner will einfachnichterwachsenwerden; he’s the Peter Pan of show businesser ist der ewigjungeShowstar; Peter Pan collarBubikragenm
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007


[ˈpiːtəʳ]vito peter out (supply) → esaurirsi, estinguersi; (stream) → perdersi; (plan) → andare in fumo; (interest, excitement) → svanire; (conversation) → spegnersi; (song, noise) → Petercessare; (track, path) → finire
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995


(ˈpiːtə) : peter out
to come gradually to an end. As the river dried up our water-supply petered out; Their enthusiasm gradually petered out. opraak يَنْضَب، يَنْفَذ постепенно изчезвам sumir vytratit se, dojít zu Ende gehen ebbe ud εξαντλούμαιagotarse, acabarse soikuma کم شدن ehtyä tarir, s'épuiser לֶאֱזוֹל לְאָט לְאָט क्रमश: खत्म हो जाना iscrpsti se, presušiti lassan kifogy berangsur habis fjara út esaurirsi 尽きる 소멸하다 išsekti izsīkt; beigties beransur habis, hilang geleidelijk afnemen, oprakentørke ut, løpe ut i sandenwyczerpać się کم شول sumir a se sfârşi; a se stinge иссякать; улетучиваться vytratiť sa, zmiznúť pojemati iščeznuti ebba ut, sina, ta slut ค่อย ๆ หมด yavaş yavaş sona ermek 漸漸消失,逐漸枯竭 висихати, виснажуватися ختم ہوجانا mất dần 渐渐消失
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