pick someone/something out
- distinguish someone or something from a group；(of a light) illuminate an object by shining directly on it
- 1. distinguish someone or something from a group
- 2. (of a light) illuminate an object by shining directly on it
- 3. highlight or accentuate something from its surroundings by painting or fashioning it in a contrasting colour or medium
- 4. play a tune on a musical instrument slowly or with difficulty
- distinguish someone or something among a group of people or things
Oxford American Dictionary
FYI, pick someone's brain(s) Fig. to talk with someone to find out information about something. I spent the afternoon with Donna, picking her brain for ideas to use in our celebration. Do you mindif...
首先有兩種意思 第一 take(someone) up with (something): to make an agreement with (someone) to accept (an offer) 指 與他人達成協議 而接受...
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