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Pronunciation of Peck: Learn how to pronounce Peck in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word peck:

verb
1 [no object] (of a bird) strike or bite something with its beak:
two geese were pecking at some grain
[with object]:
vultures pecked out the calf’s eyes
[with object] make (a hole) by striking with the beak:
robins are the worst culprits, pecking holes in every cherry
(peck at) informal (of a person) eat (food) listlessly or daintily:
don’t peck at your food, eat a whole mouthful
2 [with object] kiss (someone) lightly or perfunctorily:
she pecked him on the cheek
3 [with object] type (something) laboriously:
Paul was pecking out letters with two fingers on his typewriter
4 [with object] archaic strike with a pick or other tool:
part of a wall was pecked down and carted away
noun
1a stroke or bite by a bird with its beak:
the bird managed to give its attacker a sharp peck
2a light or perfunctory kiss:
a fatherly peck on the cheek
3 [mass noun] archaic, informal food:
he wants a little more peck
Origin:
late Middle English: of unknown origin; compare with Middle Low German pekken ‘peck (with the beak)’