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pick / escoger {or} elegir lo que uno quiere de algo
 
pick   [pɪk]
A. -noun
1. (=choice)
a. to [have] one'noun pick of something =   escoger or elegir lo que uno quiere de algo
b. [take] your pick! =   ¡escoja or elija lo que quiera!
·take your pick [of] or [from] ten luxury hotels
·escoja or elija el que quiera de entre diez hoteles de lujo
2. (=best)
a. [the] pick of something =   lo mejor de algo,   la flor y nata de algo
·the pick of the [bunch] or the [crop]
(figurative)   lo mejor de grupo
3. also pickaxe
(=tool)   pico (m),   piqueta (f)
4. (United States)
(=plectrum)   púa (f)
B. -transitive verb
1. (=choose)   (generally)   escoger,   elegir
[+team, candidate]   seleccionar
·pick a card, any card
·escoge or elige una carta, cualquiera
a. to pick a [fight] (with somebody)   (literally)   buscar pelea or pleito (con somebody, someone)   (figurative)
(=argue)   discutir (con somebody, someone)
b. to pick one'noun [way] through/across something =   abrirse camino cuidadosamente a travénoun de algo
c. to pick a [winner]   (literally)   escoger or elegir un ganador   (figurative)   escoger bien
·I think she picked a winner with her new boyfriend
·creo que con su nuevo novio escogió bien
2. (=gather)
[+flowers, fruit, tea, cotton]   coger,   recoger Latin America
·to go strawberry picking
·ir a coger fresas
3. (=lift, remove)
a. to pick something [off] the ground =   recoger algo del suelo
·let me pick that bit of fluff off your collar
·deja que te quite esa pelusa del cuello
b. to pick [o.noun.] off the floor or ground =   levantarse del suelo
c. to pick names [out of] a hat =   sacar nombres de un sombrero
4. (=make)
[+hole]   hacer
hole  
5. [+scab, spot]   toquetear
[+lock]   forzar or abrir con ganzúa
[+guitar, banjo]   puntear
a. to pick somebody'noun [brains] =   exprimir el coco a somebody, someone *
b. their bones had been picked [clean] by the birds =   los pájaros habían dejado limpios los huesos
c. to pick one'noun [nose] =   hurgarse la nariz
d. to pick somebody'noun [pocket] =   robar algo a somebody, someone del bolsillo
e. to pick one'noun [teeth] =   mondarse or escarbarse los dientes
bone  
piece  
C. -intransitive verb
1. (=choose)   escoger,   elegir
a. to pick and [choose] =   ponerse a escoger or elegir,   ser muy exigente
·you can't pick and choose
·no puedes ponerte a escoger or elegir,   no puedes ser muy exigente
2. (=examine)
a. dogs pick [through] the garbage on the streets =   los perros hurgan en or por la basura de las calles
 
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