Peer-to-peer

Peer-to-peer,

What is Peer-to-peer?

  1. Also abbreviated as P2P, it defines a computer system that acts as a server and connects to the Internet so that people can share files, so any central computer or traditional No Authority / Installation / Agent required. The concept is now being expanded to include business models in a variety of areas. See abbreviation P2P.

Literal Meanings of Peer-to-peer

Peer:

Meanings of Peer:
  1. Look closely at someone or something or with difficulty.

  2. Make or be the same or in the same category.

  3. Members of the nobility in Britain or Ireland, consisting of the ranks of Duke, Marquis, Earl, Wescount and Baron.

  4. Anyone else with the same age, status or abilities

Sentences of Peer
  1. Blake closed his eyes and tried to peek at the mist.

  2. Thames can't see the mill near my house

  3. Hereditary allies can still dominate the House of Lords debate

  4. He faced a lot of criticism from his peers.

Synonyms of Peer

squint, member of the nobility, like, narrow one's eyes, lady, co-worker, aristocrat, fellow, screw up one's eyes, peeress, titled person, lord, rival, nobleman, peer of the realm, look closely, titled man, look through narrowed eyes, patrician, noble

To:

Meanings of To:
  1. Towards Express Movement

  2. Proximity or limit (certain conditions)

  3. Identify the person or thing in question.

  4. It shows that two things are connected.

  5. Anxious or potentially annoying (something, especially a summary)

  6. It is used with the basic form of the verb to indicate that the verb is ineffective.

  7. When the loss of a verb is clearly understood, it is used without following the verb.

Sentences of To
  1. Going out in the mall

  2. Christopher's expression turned from surprise to joy.

  3. You are very moderate about it

  4. Married cousin John

  5. He left his motorcycle tied to the fence

  6. This is nothing compared to before

  7. He threw the door behind him

Synonyms of To

to, toward, secured, firmly fixed, so as to near, fastened, secure, tight, so as to approach, in the direction of

Peer:

Meanings of Peer:
  1. Look closely at someone or something or with difficulty.

  2. Make or be the same or in the same category.

  3. Members of the nobility of Great Britain or Ireland, including the Docs, the Marquis, the Earls, the Viscons and the Barons.

  4. A person of the same age, status, or abilities as other people.

Sentences of Peer
  1. Blake closed his eyes and tried to look through the fog.

  2. Thames can't see the mill near my house

  3. Hereditary partners can still dominate the House of Lords debate

  4. He faced a lot of criticism from his peers.

Synonyms of Peer

look through narrowed eyes, look closely, equal, patrician, aristocrat, member of the peerage, rival, titled person, noble, like, match, member of the nobility, titled man, fellow, nobleman, peer of the realm, lord, co-worker, titled woman, try to see, look earnestly, narrow one's eyes, screw up one's eyes, peeress, squint

Peer-to-peer,

What is Peer-to-peer?

Also called P2P for short, it defines a computer system that acts as a server and connects to each other via the Internet so that people can share files, so a central computer or authority / and / Or traditional agent is not required. The concept is now being expanded to include business models in a variety of fields. See abbreviation P2P.

Literal Meanings of Peer-to-peer

Peer:

Meanings of Peer:
  1. Seeing someone or something with effort or concentration.

  2. Members of the nobility in Britain or Ireland, consisting of the ranks of Duke, Marquis, Earl, Wiescount and Baron.

  3. An individual of the same age, status, or ability as other people.

Sentences of Peer
  1. Hereditary partners can still dominate the debates in the House of Lords.

  2. The River Thames cannot be seen from a mill near my house

Synonyms of Peer

spy, gaze, pry, noblewoman, chinless wonder, compeer, study, scrutinize, confrère, survey, person of the same age, rah, observe, snoop, look closely/earnestly, peek, contemporary, peep, co-equal, scan, squinny, gape, examine, contemplate, view, gawp, stare, titled man/woman/person

To:

Meanings of To:
  1. Perspective or scope (special circumstances).

  2. Identify or accept the person or thing in question.

  3. Debt is taken into account before entry.

  4. Used with the root of the verb to indicate that the verb is immortal.

  5. So off or almost off.

Sentences of To
  1. You are very rude to him.

  2. The club is nothing compared to before.

  3. He was asked to come, but he said he did not want to come

Peer:

Meanings of Peer:
  1. Seeing someone or something with effort or concentration.

  2. Members of the nobility in the United Kingdom or Ireland, consisting of the Duke, the Marquis, the Earl, the Viscounts and the Baron.

  3. An individual of the same age, status, or ability as other people.

Sentences of Peer
  1. Hereditary partners can still dominate the debates in the House of Lords.

  2. The River Thames cannot be seen from a mill near my house

Synonyms of Peer

compeer, peep, spy, study, titled man/woman/person, noblewoman, gawp, scrutinize, examine, pry, confrère, contemporary, contemplate, rah, view, peek, chinless wonder, look closely/earnestly, survey, person of the same age