The highest price, value or rate reached.
A point; the sharp end or top of anything that terminates in a point; as, the peak, or front, of a cap.
The top, or one of the tops, of a hill, mountain, or range, ending in a point; often, the whole hill or mountain, esp. when isolated; as, the Peak of Teneriffe.
To rise or extend into a peak or point; to form, or appear as, a peak.
To acquire sharpness of figure or features; hence, to look thin or sickly.
charting term, also known as a (eg. in charting prices, a peak is the point where the price climaxes before the pressure to sell pushes it back down). See also Trough.
the highest point on the business cycle; to reach the highest point.
The point on a truss where the sloping top chords meet.
The highest point on a gaff-rigged sail
The demonstrated absolute positive value relative to sampled temperature range. The point at which the needle on a meter begins to fall while leaning mixture.
On a graph of a sound wave or signal, the peak is the highest point in the waveform. It is the point of greatest voltage or sound pressure in a cycle.
The highest point or amplitude of an audio waveform.
The high point at the end of an economic expansion until the start of a contraction.
The highest point of the wave
A time of year when travel and tourism are traditionally at the highest level.
A point higher than all adjacent points. Compare summit. Note: A stricter definition is used by peak bagger s in New England.
The highest or lowest level of signal strength as determined by the height of the signal's waveform.
The point in the business cycle when an economic expansion reaches its highest point before turning down. Contrasts with trough.
1. An equalizer curve where a range of frequencies is boosted such that the frequency response curve associated with it looks like a hill or mountain peak. 2. A signal that's peaking; it has reached its peak. see peaking
Point on a truss where the sloped top chords meet.
top (of a hill, tor or mountain)
Any high point. Anything can be considered to be a peak.
The highest point attained in the business cycle.
the highest level or degree attainable; "his landscapes were deemed the acme of beauty"; "the artist's gifts are at their acme"; "at the height of her career"; "the peak of perfection"; "summer was at its peak"; "...catapulted Einstein to the pinnacle of fame"; "the summit of his ambition"; "so many highest superlatives achieved by man"; "at the top of his profession"
the top point of a mountain or hill; "the view from the peak was magnificent"; "they clambered to the summit of Monadnock"
a V shape; "the cannibal's teeth were filed to sharp points"
the highest point (of something); "at the peak of the pyramid"
to reach the highest point; attain maximum intensity, activity; "That wild, speculative spirit peaked in 1929"
a highest recorded number, e
a mountaintop (n
a mountaintop (noun) or the arrival at a high point (verb)
a mountaintop that has been modified by the action of ice during glaciation and frost weathering
a point of interest in a lane, which theoretically should represent a fragement of a given size
a point that's higher than all other adjacent points
The highest level for a particular sound at a given point in time. Used when viewing the Wave mode Analyzer.
A charting term refering to a point where the price of a security climaxes before it is pushed back down.
A prominent point of a hill or mountain. The separately named summits on a range of hills or mountains.
the pointed top of a mountain.
This is the fold in your cardstock that creates a peak pointing skywards like a mountain.
Slang for the moment of climax or orgasm.
a period when network operators charge their highest rates for mobile phone calls. Peak periods are usually defined as daytime during the working week, although specific times may vary from network to network.
Highest-usage period of the business day when a cellular system carries the most calling traffic.
The highest point of a mountain. It is difficult to climb to the top of Pike's Peak in Colorado because it is so high.
Three hour period in the morning and three hour period in the afternoon during which traffic levels are the highest. Also known as the morning or afternoon “rush”. Although traditionally considered to have much higher traffic volumes than at other times of the day and week, off-Peak volumes at certain times are approaching the peak period. Pedestrian Priority Area — Segments of streets which are given special treatment to create a pedestrian friendly environment, by measures such as traffic calming and landscaping.
The pointed summit of a mountain.
The uppermost point of a gable.
The top or summit of a hill or mountain.
The highest point of a gable.
Sharp or rugged upward extension of a ridge chain, usually at the junction of two or more ridges; the prominent highest point of a summit area.
The high point of a particular phase of economic activity.
a prominent elevation, part of a larger feature, either pointed or of very limited extent across the summit PKU
The lowest point or nadir. Refers to the lowest blood glucose point on the bg curve.
The point at which a battery no longer accepts a charge. Energy is then converted to heat that is potentially hazardous and can be damaging to the battery pack.
The transition from the end of an economic expansion to the start of a contraction.
Landform. The highest point on a mountain. See Summit.
Period when the telecoms operator charges customers the highest tariff to make a call, since this is the busiest time in terms of traffic carried. This is usually during the middle of the day, as opposed to Off Peak which usually includes the evenings and weekends.
A high point in the expansion phase of the business cycle, and also a turning point. After the peak, the economy begins to contract. (See also Business cycle.) View LEI Lesson(s) that address this term
The highest point on a roof.
Point on the truss where the sloped top chords meet.
Maximum or highest amplitude level.
A peak is a business cycle phase in which the trend growth of real GDP is at its maximum. A peak follows an expansion (or recovery) and precedes a recession. A peak is the opposite of a trough in the cycle.
A point around which all slopes are negative (i.e., downward).
The upper point of a building.
The highest price within an up trend.