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Definitions of PICK in various dictionaries:
- noun - the person or thing chosen or selected
- noun - the quantity of a crop that is harvested
- noun - the best people or things in a group
- noun - the yarn woven across the warp yarn in weaving
- noun - a small thin device (of metal or plastic or ivory) used to pluck a stringed instrument
- noun - a thin sharp implement used for removing unwanted material
- noun - a heavy iron tool with a wooden handle and a curved head that is pointed on both ends
- noun - a basketball maneuver
- noun - the act of choosing or selecting
- verb - select carefully from a group
- verb - look for and gather
- verb - harass with constant criticism
- verb - provoke
- verb - remove in small bits
- verb - remove unwanted substances from, such as feathers or pits
- verb - pilfer or rob
- verb - pay for something
- verb - pull lightly but sharply with a plucking motion
- verb - attack with or as if with a pickaxe of ice or rocky ground, for example
- verb - hit lightly with a picking motion
- verb - eat intermittently
- To select or cull.
- To gather in; harvest: They were picking cotton.
- To gather the harvest from: We picked the whole field in one day.
- To remove the outer covering of; pluck: pick a chicken clean of feathers.
- To tear off bit by bit: pick meat from the bones.
- To remove extraneous matter from (the teeth).
- To poke and pull at (something) with the fingers.
- To break up, separate, or detach by means of a sharp, pointed instrument.
- To pierce or make (a hole) with a sharp, pointed instrument.
- To take up (food) with the beak; peck: The parrot picked its seed.
- To steal the contents of: My pocket was picked.
- To open (a lock) without the use of a key.
- To provoke: pick a fight.
- To pluck (the strings) of an instrument: picked the guitar while sitting alone on the deck.
- To play (a tune) by plucking strings: picked a melody out on the guitar.
- To decide with care or forethought.
- To work with a pick.
- To find fault or make petty criticisms; carp: He’s always picking about something.
- To be harvested or gathered: The ripe apples picked easily.
- The act of picking, especially with a sharp, pointed instrument.
- The act of selecting or choosing; choice: got first pick of the desserts.
- Something selected as the most desirable; the best or choicest part: the pick of the crop.
- The amount or quantity of a crop that is picked by hand.
- To pluck or pull at, especially with the fingers.
- To eat sparingly or without appetite: The child just picked at her food.
- To nag: Don’t pick at me day and night.
- To shoot after singling out: The hunter picked the ducks off one by one.
- To catch (a base runner) off base and put out with a quick throw, as from the pitcher or catcher, often to a specified base.
- To intercept, as a football pass.
- To choose or select: picked out the best piece of silk.
- To discern from the surroundings; distinguish: picked out their cousins from the crowd.
- To take up (something) by hand: pick up a book.
- To collect or gather: picked up the broken pieces of glass.
- To tidy up: Let’s pick up the living room.
- To take on (passengers or freight, for example): The bus picks up commuters at three stops.
- To acquire casually or by accident: picked up a mink coat on sale.
- To acquire (knowledge) by learning or experience: picked up French very quickly.
- To claim: picked up her shoes at the repair shop.
- To buy: picked up some beverages on the way home.
- To accept (a bill or charge) in order to pay it: Let me pick up the tab.
- To come down with (a disease): picked up a virus in the office.
- To gain: picked up five yards on that play.
- To take into custody: The coast guard picked up five smugglers.
- To make casual acquaintance with, usually in anticipation of sexual relations.
- To come upon and follow: The dog picked up the scent.
- To come upon and observe: We picked up two submarines on sonar.
- To continue after a break: Let’s pick up the discussion after lunch.
- To improve in condition or activity: Sales picked up last fall.
- To pack one’s belongings: She just picked up and left.
- To take into the mind and understand, typically with speed: picked up on the new approach and applied it to the project.
- To notice: learned to pick up on his superior’s moods and act accordingly.
- A tool for breaking hard surfaces, consisting of a curved bar sharpened at both ends and fitted to a long handle.
- Something, such as an ice pick, a toothpick, or a picklock, that is used for picking.
- A long-toothed comb, usually designed for use on curly hair.
- A pointed projection on the front of the blade of a figure skate.
- A plectrum.
- A weft thread in weaving.
- A passage or throw of the shuttle in a loom.
- To throw (a shuttle) across a loom.
- To cast; pitch.
- verb - to take by preference
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