peek at (someone or something)

peek at (someone or something)

To get a quick, cursory, often sneaky or surreptitious look at someone or something. I peeked at the boss's computer and saw an email about a possible round of layoffs coming up. Campus guards caught him trying to peek at the women getting changed in their locker rooms.
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peek at someone or something

to sneak a glimpse at someone or something. Now, don't peek at me while I am changing my shirt. I peeked at the dessert you made. It looks delicious.
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