peers, 3rd person singular present; peered, past participle; peering, present participle; peered, past tense;
Make or become equal with or of the same rank
A member of the nobility in Britain or Ireland, comprising the ranks of duke, marquess, earl, viscount, and baron
A person of the same age, status, or ability as another specified person
he has incurred much criticism from his academic peers
a person who is of equal standing with another in a group
look searchingly; "We peered into the back of the shop to see whether a salesman was around"
a nobleman (duke or marquis or earl or viscount or baron) who is a member of the British peerage
Peer-to-peer (P2P) computing or networking is a distributed application architecture that partitions tasks or work loads between peers. Peers are equally privileged, equipotent participants in the application. They are said to form a peer-to-peer network of nodes.
Peers is a surname, and may refer to: * Donald Peers * Edgar Allison Peers, an English academician * Gavin Peers * Kerry Peers * Michael Peers * Teddy Peers (1886-1935), Welsh international footballer
* William R. Peers, an American General who investigated the My Lai Massacre
Somebody or something who/that is at an equal level; A noble with a hereditary title, i.e., a peerage, and in times past, with certain rights and privileges not enjoyed by commoners; To look with difficulty, or as if searching for something
(Peers) a section of the British Houses of Parliament, the House of Lords, the House of Peers
(Peers) Equals; those who are an individual's equals in rank and station.
(Peers) People of the same age who share a similar range of interests.
(Peers) The children around a child eg. the other children in their class
feedback is given by a colleague or peer
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".
A professional artist or arts professional experienced in an applicant’s discipline or working in the same artistic tradition as the applicant whose work is being assessed
E. to quickly look at ST, usually ST you are not supposed to
an individual who is in some way equal to the person with whom they are being compared on a specific dimension.
The other end of the point-to-point link.
A node participating in a P2PSIP Overlay that provides storage and transport services to other nodes in that P2PSIP Overlay. Each Peer has a unique identifier, known as a Peer-ID, within the Overlay. Each Peer may be coupled to one or more SIP entities. ...
A peer is the same as a leecher, but without the negative connotation.
A member of one of the three groups: Knight, Laurel, or Pelican. While some awards only count in the kingdom in which they were given, a Peer is recognized throughout the SCA world.
In this context, peer is intended to refer to individuals who identify as having lived experience and a personal recovery story.
Denotes a constituent side of a coupling. Whenever a coupling is defined, a designation is specified for each peer - one peer is designated primary and the other is designated secondary.
In networking, any functional unit in the same layer as another entity.^1
A Player discovers and interacts with other Players through their Peer records.
A term used of the Abstract Windowing Toolkit (AWT) to refer to the underlying classes that provide the platform-specific implementation of component classes.
A person who has received a Patent of Arms and who is considered to embody the ideals of chivalry and courtesy.