Chinese translation of 'pluck'
- [fruit, flower, leaf]
- (= seize)
- [guitar, strings]
- [chicken, turkey, goose]
拔 ... 的毛(bá ... de máo)
- (= courage)
勇气(氣)(yǒngqì)to be plucked from danger
脱(脫)离(離)危险(險)(tuōlí wēixiǎn)to be plucked to safety
转(轉)危为(為)安(zhuǎn wēi wéi ān)to pluck up (the) courage (to do sth)
鼓起勇气(氣)(做某事)(gǔ qǐ yǒngqì (zuò mǒushì))
'pluck' in Other Languages
British English: pluck VERB
If you pluck a fruit, flower, or leaf, you take it between your fingers and pull it in order to remove it from its stalk where it is growing.
I plucked a lemon from the tree.
Translation of pluck from the Collins English to Chinese Dictionary