Definition of 'pick out'
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In the morning we'll go through my coffers, pick out colours that become you. HERE BE DRAGONSWithout a moon, they would pick out the best stars, identifying the ones they could. DANSVILLEHer eyes had adjusted to the murkiness, allowing her to pick out shapes from the darkness beyond. CHAMELEON (2002)
Her eyes had adjusted to the murkiness, allowing her to pick out shapes from the darkness beyond. CHAMELEON (2002)
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Translations for 'pick out'
British English: pick out /pɪk aʊt/ VERB
If you can pick out something or someone, you recognize them when it is difficult to see them.
With my binoculars, I pick out a figure a mile or so away.
- American English: pick out
- Arabic: يَنْتَقِي
- Brazilian Portuguese: distinguir
- Chinese: 分辨出
- Croatian: prepoznati
- Czech: rozeznat ve tmě
- Danish: udvælge
- Dutch: herkennen
- European Spanish: reconocer escoger
- Finnish: havaita
- French: sélectionner
- German: aussuchen
- Greek: ξεχωρίζω
- Italian: individuare
- Japanese: 選ぶ
- Korean: 골라내다
- Norwegian: velge ut
- Polish: wybrać
- European Portuguese: distinguir
- Romanian: a distinge
- Russian: различать
- Spanish: distinguir
- Swedish: välja ut
- Thai: จำได้แม่น
- Turkish: seçmek
- Ukrainian: вибирати
- Vietnamese: nhận ra
Definition of pick out from the Collins English Dictionary
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