1. Traffic is very heavy at peak hours.
1. Beat the egg whites until they peak.
1. The wind blew the waves into great peaks.
2. The mountain peak was covered with snow.
3. Tourism is at its peak in August.
名词山峰; 最高点; 尖端; 帽舌
不及物动词达到高峰，达到最大值; 消瘦; 变憔悴
1. We are particularly busy for each year's Spring Festival peak travel season, especially this year.
2. Strong buying and selling pushed the single day turnover at the Dhaka Stock Exchange or DSE to its peak of 32.
3. Suzhou and Taihu Lake in Jiangsu province saw peak numbers of visitors on Sunday, with most of them arriving by car.
4. The peak can be reached by navigating an obstacle course traditionally designed to assist the development of kungfu skills.
5. Hung said he hoped the immunoglobulin could be harvested by next January, in order to cope with the winterpeak of seasonal flu in February and March.
6. The pattern is invalidated by a fourth rally that rises above the peak level of the right shoulder.
7. More than 20 million people and 10 million farm animals were affected by water shortages at the drought's peak.
8. So be sure to set the alarm early to make the cable car to the peak before sunrise.
9. Visitors will still need to walk a distance to the top of the peak after getting out of the cable car.
10. Those not up to the challenge can opt for the cable car that goes right up to the peak.
The peak of a process or an activity is the point at which it is at its strongest, most successful, or most fully developed.
e.g. The party's membership has fallen from a peak of fifty-thousand after the Second World War...
e.g. The bomb went off in a concrete dustbin at the peak of the morning rush hour.
When something peaks, it reaches its highest value or its highest level.
e.g. Temperatures have peaked at over thirty degrees Celsius...
e.g. The crisis peaked in July 1974...
The peak level or value of something is its highest level or value.
e.g. Calls cost 36p (cheap rate) and 48p (peak rate) per minute...
e.g. We bought it at the wrong time and paid the peak price.