[pet-nap-ing] /ˈpɛtˌnæp ɪŋ/
the stealing of a , as for resale or ransom.
[pe-tœ-fee] /ˈpɛ tœ fi/ noun 1. Sándor [shahn-dawr] /ˈʃɑn dɔr/ (Show IPA), (Sándor Petrovics) 1823–49, Hungarian poet and patriot. /Hungarian ˈpɛtøːfi/ noun 1. Sándor (ˈʃaːndor). 1823–49, Hungarian lyric poet and patriot
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noun 1. a person who looks after a pet animal
noun 1. a particular and often continual annoyance; personal bugbear: This train service is one of my pet peeves. n. “thing that provokes one most,” 1919, from pet (n.1) in the adjectival sense “especially cherished” (1826), here in jocular or ironic use with peeve (n.). noun phrase One’s particular and most cherished dislike or annoyance: […]
1. variant of 1. before a vowel: petrous.