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Etymology: [ pir ] (noun.) 13th century. Middle English, from Middle French per, from per, adjective, equal, from Latin par.
1 GRUP ÜYELERİ  Askeri
2Peer akran  isim
3peer dikkatle bakmak
4Peer yaşıt  isim
5peer asilzade/akran
6peer Taydaş
7peer Birden fazla istemcinin birbirlerine göre eş durumları  Bilgisayar
8peer dikkatle bak
9peer eşdüzey
10peer belli belirsiz görünmek  fiil
11peers.
12Peer lord  isim
13Peer emsal  isim
14peer bir parça görünmek
15peer bir delikten bakmak veya çıkmak
16peer out aralıktan dışarı bakmak  fiil
17peer ingiliz asılzadesi
18peer into/at -e dikkatle bakmak  fiil
19peer İng. dük/marki/kont/vikont/baron unvanlı kimse  isim
20peer kanun önünde aynı haklara sahip olan kimse
21peer asilzade
22peer görevdeş
23peer çıkmak
24peer akrandan biri
25peer "in
26peer tay
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27 A male given name, variant of Piers
28 a section of the British Houses of Parliament, the House of Lords, the House of Peers
29 A patronymic surname
30 variant of Piers
31 third-person singular of peer
32 plural of peer
33peer To carry communications traffic terminating on one's own network on an equivalency basis to and from another network, usually without charge or payment. Contrast with transit where one pays another network provider to carry one's traffic
34peer Somebody or something who/that is at an equal level
35peer To look with difficulty, or as if searching for something - "He would peek into the curtained windows, or, climbing upon the roof, peer down the black depths of the chimney in vain endeavor to solve the unknown wonders that lay within those strong walls."
36peer A noble with a hereditary title, i.e., a peerage, and in times past, with certain rights and privileges not enjoyed by commoners
37peer Relationship between network devices that have mutual access to each other's resources
38Peer Hebrew family name  isim
39peer a person who is of equal standing with another in a group a nobleman (duke or marquis or earl or viscount or baron) who is a member of the British peerage look searchingly; "We peered into the back of the shop to see whether a salesman was around
40peer An intermediate process that can start a local client We recommend that you always start local clients by using their peer processes (with names hpxt *)
41peer To be, or to assume to be, equal
42peer To make equal in rank
43peer Term used to describe networked computers with equal status (see client and server)
44peer A comrade; a companion; a fellow; an associate
45peer Another news server that connects to exchange news through a newsfeed
46peer A person who has received a Patent of Arms and who is considered to embody the ideals of chivalry and courtesy
47peer A Knight, Laurel, or Pelican
48peer To look at surreptitiously
49peer To come in sight; to appear
50peer To look narrowly or curiously or intently; to peep; as, the peering day
51peer One of the same rank, quality, endowments, character, etc
52peer an equal; a match; a mate
53peer A nobleman; a member of one of the five degrees of the British nobility, namely, duke, marquis, earl, viscount, baron; as, a peer of the realm
54peer A holder of a noble title See PEERAGE
55peer look searchingly; "We peered into the back of the shop to see whether a salesman was around"
56peer a nobleman (duke or marquis or earl or viscount or baron) who is a member of the British peerage
57peer When two programs are sending data to each other over a network, they are peers This term is usually seen in the phrase "remote peer", meaning "the host that you are exchanging data with"
58peer An ISP with which one has a peering relationship
59peer A term used of the Abstract Windowing Toolkit (AWT) to refer to the underlying classes that provide the platform-specific implementation of component classes
60peer a person who is of equal standing with another in a group
61peer Your peers are the people who are the same age as you or who have the same status as you. His engaging personality made him popular with his peers. to look very carefully at something, especially because you are having difficulty seeing it
62peer person of equal rank or standing; friend, companion; nobleman  isim
63peer look, glance  fiil
64peer If you peer at something, you look at it very hard, usually because it is difficult to see clearly. I had been peering at a computer print-out that made no sense at all He watched the Customs official peer into the driver's window
65peer In Britain, a peer is a member of the nobility who has or had the right to vote in the House of Lords. Lord Swan was made a life peer in 1981
66peer (n ) In networking, a hardware or software unit that is in the same protocol layer as another unit
67peer An immediately adjacent router with which a protocol relationship has been established Also called a neighbor
68peer (an entity) at the same protocol layer (eg at NIL, MCAST, SERVER layer)
69peer Any computer that may both request and provide services
70peer A non-RADGUARD external device that protects transmitted data using the IPsec security mechanism
71peer The actual implementation of a GUI component on a specific platform Peer components reside within a Toolkit object See Toolkit
72peer In networking, any functional unit in the same layer as another entity
73peer A router that operates on the same protocol layer as another router
74peer an equal, as in: When it comes to playing the violin, he has no peer
75peer In the context of this document, a peer refers to a PIX Firewall or other device, such as a Cisco router, that participates in IPSec, IKE, and CA
76peer Person of the same age or social group
77peer A peer is a computing node that talks to other peers as an equal A peer can both initiate connection to other peers and accept connections from other peers
78peer The term 'peer' is used in this project to indicate a relationship based on shared/equivalent professional expertise That is, 'peers' are those who have expertise that is relevant to the design and construction of ICT-based resources, including expertise relevant to making judgements about the quality of a resource
79peer In networking, a device to which a computer has a network connection that is relatively symmetrical, i e where both devices can initiate or respond to a similar set of requests
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