Definition of 'cherry-pick'
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Used Rarely. cherry-pick is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'cherry-pick'
British English: cherry-pick VERB
If someone cherry-picks people or things, they choose the best ones from a group of them, often in a way that other people consider unfair.
The club is in debt while others are queuing to cherry-pick their best players.
- American English: cherry-pick
- Brazilian Portuguese: escolher a dedo
- Chinese: 挑捡最好的
- European Spanish: seleccionar cuidadosamente
- French: trier sur le voletN
- German: die Rosinen herauspicken aus
- Italian: accaparrarsi
- Japanese: 慎重に選び取る
- Korean: 선별하다
- European Portuguese: escolher a dedo
- Spanish: seleccionar cuidadosamente
Definition of cherry-pick from the Collins English Dictionary
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