peel means: Take off any outer covering. (in Cooking Dictionary)

What else does peel mean?

Use a vegetable peeler or knife to remove any outer coverings, like the skin or rind, on a fruit/vegetable. (in Cooking Dictionary)

The outer layer must be removed. On grapefruits and oranges peel is used. (in Cooking Dictionary)

This large, almost shovel-like tool is used to place pizza on a hotstone. (in Cooking Dictionary)

This is a T-shaped pole that can be used to hang up newly printed papers. (in Merlin Dictionary)

This is a long-handled shovellike tool that bakers use to transport pastries and bread into the oven. (in Merlin Dictionary)

You can leave fast, especially by acceleration your vehicle so the tires spin. (in Merlin Dictionary)

It is to leave, or take off in an emergency. (in Merlin Dictionary)

Breaking away from a group, particularly to fly in a formation to land or dive. (in Merlin Dictionary)

Remove (an item of clothing that is too tight). (in Merlin Dictionary)

A thin strip or piece of bark, skin or paint that is removed. (in Merlin Dictionary)

Losing or shedding skin. (in Merlin Dictionary)

Take off your clothes to get rid of all the layers. (in Merlin Dictionary)

Pare is a term that means to remove or reduce the skin, bark, or rind. (in Merlin Dictionary)

Chemical peel. (in Merlin Dictionary)

Certain fruits and vegetables have a skin or rind. (in Merlin Dictionary)

An English tower or fortified home built in the Borderland between Scotland and England during the 1500s. (in Merlin Dictionary)