Noun(1) the person or thing chosen or selected(2) the quantity of a crop that is harvested(3) the best people or things in a group(4) the yarn woven across the warp yarn in weaving(5) a small thin device (of metal or plastic or ivory(6) a thin sharp implement used for removing unwanted material(7) a heavy iron tool with a wooden handle and a curved head that is pointed on both ends(8) a basketball maneuver; obstructing an opponent with one's body(9) the act of choosing or selecting
Verb(1) select carefully from a group(2) look for and gather(3) harass with constant criticism(4) provoke(5) remove in small bits(6) remove unwanted substances from, such as feathers or pits(7) pilfer or rob(8) pay for something(9) pull lightly but sharply with a plucking motion(10) attack with or as if with a pickaxe of ice or rocky ground, for example(11) hit lightly with a picking motion(12) eat intermittently; take small bites of
(1) Soon he learnt to recognise, simply from looking at a dried patch of mud, whether it was worth breaking its crust with his pick .(2) Laura patted her pockets, finally coming up with her guitar pick and one of Carrie's colored pencils.(3) You can take your pick - lawyers, police or reporters.(4) The newer combination entrenching tool added a pick , which helped break up hard soil.(5) The ice at this stage had fused into one large mass and had to be broken with a pick before it could be used.(6) Champagne is the pick of the crop in the wine market.(7) Tousle the hair with a styling pick before finishing with a holding spray.(8) Laura should have first pick(9) he was the pick of the bunch(10) Her rooms were decorated with every sort of fabric you could think of and she had the pick of the jewels of England as well.(11) that's my pick of the songs(12) You share brief, frugal meals with the monks in the refectory, then it's back to your cell to pray - for salvation, inspiration, or deliverance, take your pick .(13) Using a hair pick or the tail of a rattail comb separate out a strand of hair from the front section of the hairline near the forehead.(14) Take your pick , but either way it's quite irrational.(15) an ebony hair pick(16) She said it was painful that as a woman she had had to work so hard with a pick .
(1) pick out :: aussuchen
(2) ice pick :: Eispickel
(3) pick on :: herumhacken auf
(4) to pick :: nehmen
(5) pick up the phone :: Telefon abheben
(6) pick off :: pflücken
(7) pick-up :: abholen
(8) guitar pick :: Plektrum
1. choice ::
2. best ::
3. woof ::
4. selection ::
6. pickax ::
7. cream ::
8. plectron ::
9. harvest ::
10. choose ::
12. strum ::
13. provoke ::
14. foot ::
15. beak ::
16. nibble ::
17. pluck ::
19. clean ::
20. find fault ::
pick, picked, picks, picky, unpick, unpicked, unpicks
Word Example from TV Shows
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to PICK your mother up
from the airport?
The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 22
Sh-Sheldon was squatting down
to PICK up a fork
The Big Bang Theory Season 11, Episode 12
Okay. But next time,
we get to PICK.
The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 20
Okay, I got a bone to PICK with you.
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 10
Rhaegar would PICK a spot on the Hook,
or the Street of Seeds, and then he'd sing.
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 4
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