pick in Gujarati ગુજરાતી
- (પીંછા ઇ.) ખેંચી કાઢવું ⇄ pick gujarati
- ઇ. વીણવું ⇄ pick gujarati
- ખાડો ખોદવો ⇄ pick gujarati
- ગોડવું ⇄ pick gujarati
- ચુનંદા ⇄ pick gujarati
- તંતુવાદ્યની નખી ⇄ pick gujarati
- તીકમ ⇄ pick gujarati
- ફળ ⇄ pick gujarati
- ફૂલ ⇄ pick gujarati
- વ ીણી કાઢેલો ભાગ ⇄ pick gujarati
- વીણી કાઢવું તે ⇄ pick gujarati
- સળિયા કે ઓજારવતી તાળું ઉઘાડવું ⇄ pick gujarati
- સળીવતી દાંત ખોતરવા ⇄ pick gujarati
- હાડકા પરથી માંસ કાઢવું ⇄ pick gujarati
- –નો સારા માં સારો ભ ાગ. ખોદવું ⇄ pick gujarati
pick in Hindi हिन्दी
- इंतिख़ाब ⇄ pick hindi
- इकट्ठा करना ⇄ pick hindi
- इख्तियार करना ⇄ pick hindi
- कुदाली ⇄ pick hindi
- खोजना ⇄ pick hindi
- घालना ⇄ pick hindi
- चुगना ⇄ pick hindi
- चुनना ⇄ pick hindi
- चुभाना ⇄ pick hindi
- चोट ⇄ pick hindi
- चोराना ⇄ pick hindi
- फावड़ा ⇄ pick hindi
- फेंकना ⇄ pick hindi
- बटोरना ⇄ pick hindi
- बीनना ⇄ pick hindi
- भोंकना ⇄ pick hindi
- मार ⇄ pick hindi
- लूटना ⇄ pick hindi
- श्रेणीबद्ध करना ⇄ pick hindi
- सब से उत्तम पदार्थ ⇄ pick hindi
- हुक्म के पत्ते ⇄ pick hindi
pick in Telugu తెలుగు
pick in English
- pick ⇄ expr. pick and choose, to select with great care; be very particular in choosing.
Ex. As matters stand, the army is an employer that can pick and choose (Maclean's).english
- pick ⇄ expr. pick at,
a. to pull, as with the fingers or beak.
Ex. The sick man picked at the blankets.
b. to eat only a little at a time.
Ex. The bird picked at the bread. She just picked at her food because she did not like it.
Ex. Then the shadows are ""picked in"" by assistants (George A. Sala).
a. to shoot one at a time; bring down one by one, by or as if by shooting.
Ex. to pick off a few disorganized opponents. The hunter picked off a goose from the flock flying overhead.
b. to catch (a runner in baseball)
a. (Informal.) to find fault with; nag at.
Ex. Why pick on me? The teacher picked on him for always being late.
b. (Informal.) to annoy; tease.
Ex. The bigger boys picked on him during recess.
c. to choose;
a. to choose with care; select.
Ex. Pick out a dress you will like to wear. He picked out for this purpose a Pole whom he believed to be a genuine revolutionary (Edmund Wilson).
b. to distinguish (a thing) from its sur
a. to look over carefully.
Ex. to pick over vegetables before buying.
b. to prepare for use.
Ex. Pick over and hull the strawberries.
a. to take up.
Ex. The boy picked up a stone. The bird picked up a worm.
b. to summon or recover (as courage or hope).
Ex. to pick up one's spirits.
c. (Informal.) to recover; improve.
Ex. He seemed t
Ex. He let me have the first pick.
1. a person or thing selected from among others.
Ex. This red rose is my pick. That book is my first pick.
2. (Figurative.) the best or most desi
Ex. Many colleges have long intervened with police when their students had been picked up for such apolitical offenses as brawling or disturbing the peace (Saturday Review). a. (Informal.) to become acquainted with without being in
2. a single thread of the woof in cloth, especially as a measure of its fineness.
Ex. 20 picks per inch.
3. (British Dialect.) a pitch; throw.
1. a tool with a heavy, sharp-pointed iron or steel bar, attached through an eye in the center to a wooden handle, used for breaking and prying up earth, rock, and other compacted or heavy material; pickax.
2. a sharp-pointed
2. to eat with small bites, slowly, or without appetite.
3. to make a careful choice or selection.
4. to gather fruit or other growing produce.
Ex. to pick the right words. I picked a winning horse at the races.
2. to pull away, as if with the fingers or beak; gather; pluck.
Ex. to pick a caterpillar from a leaf. We pick f
2. (British Dialect.)
a. to throw; hurl.
b. to pitch (as hay or grain).