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Definition of peeps in English:

plural noun

informal
People (often used to refer to a person’s friends or associates): thanks for the feedback, peeps! she’s back home with her peeps in Milwaukee
More example sentences
  • Luckily, Jenna's peeps were not what I had assumed them to be.
  • I'd like to hear from Miami, Brazil or West Coast peeps on this.
  • Hi peeps … this is a new story I posted up.

Origin

1950s: representing a pronunciation of the first syllable of people + the plural ending -s.

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