[pee-ter-bur-oh, -buhr-oh, -ber-uh] /ˈpi tərˌbɜr oʊ, -ˌbʌr oʊ, -bər ə/
a city in Cambridgeshire, in central England.
a city in SE Ontario, in SE Canada.
[sohk] /soʊk/ (Show IPA) a former administrative division in Cambridgeshire, in central England. 84 sq. mi. (218 sq. km).
a city in central England, in Peterborough unitary authority, N Cambridgeshire on the River Nene: industrial centre; under development as a new town since 1968. Pop: 136 292 (2001)
a unitary authority in central England, in Cambridgeshire. Pop: 158 800 (2003 est). Area: 402 sq km (155 sq miles)
Soke of Peterborough, a former administrative unit of E central England, generally considered part of Northamptonshire or Huntingdonshire: absorbed into Cambridgeshire in 1974
a city in SE Canada, in SE Ontario: manufacturing centre. Pop: 73 303 (2001)
a traditional type of wooden canoe formerly made in Peterborough, SE Ontario
- Peter chen
person The developer of the Entity-Relationship model. (1995-02-07)
- Peter debye
[de-bahy] /dɛˈbaɪ/ noun 1. Peter Joseph Wilhelm [pey-tuh r yoh-sef vil-helm] /ˈpeɪ tər ˈyoʊ sɛf ˈvɪl hɛlm/ (Show IPA), 1884–1966, Dutch physicist, in the U.S. after 1940: Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1936. /Dutch deˈbɛiə/ noun 1. Peter Joseph Wilhelm. 1884–1966, Dutch chemist and physicist, working in the US: Nobel prize for chemistry (1936) for his […]
noun A person who does fellatio, esp homosexually; cocksucker (1970s+)
[pee-ter] /ˈpi tər/ verb (used without object), peter out 1. to diminish gradually and stop; dwindle to nothing: The hot water always peters out in the middle of my shower. 2. to tire; exhaust (usually used as a past participle): I’m petered out after that walk. /ˈpiːtə/ verb 1. (intransitive; foll by out or away) […]