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  1. pick

    • IPA[pik]

    美式

    • v.
      take hold of and remove (a flower, fruit, or vegetable) from where it is growing;take hold of and lift or move
    • n.
      an act or the right of selecting something from among a group of alternatives;the person or thing perceived as the best in a particular group
    • noun: pick, plural noun: picks

    • verb: pick, 3rd person present: picks, gerund or present participle: picking, past tense: picked, past participle: picked

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. take hold of and remove (a flower, fruit, or vegetable) from where it is growing:

      I went to pick some flowers for Jenny's room

      freshly picked mushrooms

    • 2. take hold of and lift or move:

      he picked a match out of the box

      picking her up, he carried her into the next room

    • 3. lift up one's ball, especially when conceding a hole.
    • 4. choose (someone or something) from a number of alternatives, typically after careful thought:

      maybe I picked the wrong career after all

      she left Jed to pick out some toys

    • 5. walk slowly and carefully, selecting the best or safest places to put one's feet:

      he picked his way along the edge of the track, avoiding the potholes

    • 6. repeatedly pull at something with one's fingers:

      the old woman was picking at the sheet

    • 7. make (a hole) in fabric by pulling at it with one's fingers:

      she picked a hole in her tights

    • 8. eat food or a meal in small amounts or without much appetite:

      she picked at her breakfast

    • 9. remove unwanted matter from (one's nose or teeth) by using one's finger or a pointed instrument:

      he picked his teeth with a matchstick

    • 10. criticize someone in a petty way:

      now, please don't start picking at Ruth

    • 11. pluck the strings of (a guitar or banjo):

      people were singing and picking guitars

    • 12. play a tune on a guitar or banjo slowly or with difficulty:

      she began to pick out a rough melody on the guitar

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an act or the right of selecting something from among a group of alternatives:

      take your pick from our extensive menu

      Laura should have first pick

    • 2. the person or thing perceived as the best in a particular group:

      he was the pick of the bunch

    • 3. a person or thing that has been selected:

      the club made him their first pick

    • 4. an act of blocking or screening a defensive player from the ball handler, allowing an open shot.
    • become better; improve

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    • n. the right of a sports team to select a player during the annual selection process.

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    • n. a small pick used by climbers to traverse ice-covered slopes.

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    • n. the right of a sports team to select a player during the annual selection process.

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    • become better; improve

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    • look for and criticize small or insignificant faults or errors; nitpick

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    • IPA[pɪk]

    英式

    • v.
      detach and remove (a flower, fruit, or vegetable) from where it is growing:
    • I went to pick some flowers for Jenny's room
    • n.
      an act or the right of selecting something from a number of alternatives:
    • take your pick from our extensive menu

      Laura should have first pick

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    • IPA[pɪk]

    英式

    • n.
      a tool consisting of a long handle set at right angles in the middle of a curved iron or steel bar with a point at one end and a chisel edge or point at the other, used for breaking up hard ground or rock.

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    • IPA[pik]

    美式

    • n.
      a tool consisting of a long handle set at right angles in the middle of a curved iron or steel bar with a point at one end and a chisel edge or point at the other, used for breaking up hard ground or rock.

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    • pick up a few things

      pick up a few things 意思很多,重點在 pick up。 pick up 基本意思是「撿起來」,也有「挑撿...樣東西。 (「挑」can use 的幾樣東西) They pick up a few things they can use. 他們挑了幾樣用...

    • don't pick up 有幾種解釋

      ...女朋友表明 只要是你打的電話就不接 Don't pick up 是指不要接這個電話 Don't pick up the...kid now. 我現在要去接小孩 Don't forget to pick me up at the airport. 不要忘了去機場接我 (3) 接...

    • pick up 的意思?

      pick up sth 1. collect sth from a place 2.buy sth from a shop 從你的例句應該兩者都可用 e.g. She asked me to pick up her clothes to the hospital.>>把..拿來 e.g. She...