Definition of 'pick on'
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Used Occasionally. pick on is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'pick on'
British English: pick on /pɪk ɒn/ VERB
If someone picks on you, they repeatedly criticize or attack you unfairly.
They were always picking on her.
- American English: pick on
- Arabic: يُسِئ ُمُعامَلةُ شَخْص
- Brazilian Portuguese: azucrinar
- Chinese: 作弄
- Croatian: uzeti na zub
- Czech: zasednout si na někoho
- Danish: hakke på
- Dutch: afgeven op
- European Spanish: meterse con
- Finnish: kohdella epäoikeudenmukaisesti
- French: s’en prendre à
- German: ärgern
- Greek: τα βάζω με κάποιον
- Italian: criticare
- Japanese: いじめる
- Korean: 괴롭히다
- Norwegian: hakke på
- Polish: dokuczyć
- European Portuguese: azucrinar
- Romanian: a necăji
- Russian: придираться
- Spanish: criticar
- Swedish: klanka ner på
- Thai: หาเรื่อง
- Turkish: takmak birine
- Ukrainian: чіплятися
- Vietnamese: trêu chọc
Definition of pick on from the Collins English Dictionary
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