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to pick off petals one by one Blütenblätter abzupfen
to pick off sth.sich [Dat.] etw. herauspicken [ugs.]
to pick off sth. [gather] etw. [Akk.] ablesen [absammeln]
to pick ondrangsalieren
to pick on schikanieren
to pick on sb. an jdm. herumnörgeln
to pick on sb. [coll.] auf jdm. herumhacken [ugs.]
to pick on sb. [coll.]jdn. hänseln
to pick on sb. [to select sb. to answer a question in a classroom] jdn. drannehmen [böswillig oder fordernd]
to pick one's eyelashessich [Dat.] die Wimpern zupfen
to pick one's nose in der Nase bohren
to pick one's nose popeln [ugs.]
to pick one's nose in der Nase herumbohren
to pick one's nose sich [Dat.] in der Nase pulen [nordd.]
to pick one's teeth in den Zähnen herumstochern
to pick one's teeth in den Zähnen stochern
to pick one's teethin den Zähnen pulen
to pick one's timeden richtigen Zeitpunkt wählen
to pick one's wayseinen Weg sorgfältig wählen
to pick one's way through sth.seinen Weg durch etw. finden
to pick one's wordsseine Worte sorgfältig wählen
to pick one's words seine Worte mit Bedacht wählen
to pick oneself up [to brace oneself physically / mentally] sich aufraffen
to pick oneself up [to brace oneself physically / mentally] sich aufrappeln [ugs.] [sich aufraffen]
to pick out auswählen
to pick out klauben [österr.] [südd.] [schweiz.]
to pick outaushacken
to pick out heraussuchen
to pick out [sound]heraushören
to pick out an object in the distance einen Gegenstand von weitem ausmachen [wahrnehmen]
to pick out an object in the distance einen Gegenstand von weitem wahrnehmen
to pick out sth. etw. herauspicken [ugs.]
to pick out sth.etw. auslesen [wählen]
to pick out sth.etw. [Akk.] aussortieren
to pick (out)aussuchen
to pick over sth. [coll.] etw. durchsehen [sorgfältig]
to pick over sth. [peas, lentils, etc.] etw. auslesen [Erbsen, Linsen etc.]
to pick pockets Taschendiebstahl betreiben
to pick pocketssich als Taschendieb betätigen
to pick sb. [teacher: pick a pupil to answer a question or do a task]jdn. drannehmen [ugs.] [Lehrer: einen Schüler aufrufen]
to pick sb. for a teamjdn. für eine Mannschaft aufstellen
to pick sb. for sb./sth. jdn. für jdn./etw. halten
to pick sb. up [coll.] jdn. abschleppen [ugs.]
to pick sb. up [coll.] jdn. aufgabeln [ugs.]
to pick sb. up [hitchhikers] jdn. mitnehmen
to pick sb. up [passengers] jdn. aufnehmen
to pick sb. up [to meet in order to take somewhere]jdn. abholen [z. B. von der Schule]
to pick sb. up off the street jdn. von der Straße auflesen [ugs.]
to pick sb./sth. [choose or select sb./ sth.; designate sb.]jdn./etw. ausersehen [geh.]
to pick sb./sth. [choose]jdn./etw. auswählen
to pick sb./sth. [choose]jdn./etw. wählen [auswählen, aussuchen]
to pick sb./sth. [choose] jdn./etw. nehmen [von mehreren auswählen]
to pick sb./sth. [choose](sich [Dat.]) jdn./etw. aussuchen [wählen]
to pick sb./sth. apart jdn./etw. (schonungslos) kritisieren
to pick sb./sth. apart [esp. Am.] [idiom] jdn./etw. auseinandernehmen [ugs.] [kritisieren]
to pick sb./sth. out [e.g. person or face in a crowd] jdn./etw. identifizieren [z. B. Person oder Gesicht in einer Menge]
to pick sb./sth. up [Br.] [coll.] [to see, discover, recognise]jdn./etw. ausmachen [sehen, entdecken, erkennen]
to pick sb.'s brainvon jdm. durch Fragen lernen
to pick sb.'s brains [coll.] jdm. Informationen abverlangen
to pick sb.'s brains [coll.] jdn. ausfragen
to pick sb.'s brains / brain [coll.] sich [Dat.] bei jdm. Ideen holen [durch Ausfragen]
to pick sb.'s pocket jdn. bestehlen
to pick sth. [a pimple, a spot] an etw. [Dat.] kletzeln [österr.] [ugs.] [kratzen, zupfen, pulen]
to pick sth. [apples, potatoes, cotton, etc.] etw. ernten [Äpfel, Kartoffeln, Baumwolle etc.]
to pick sth. [by hand, hand-select] etw. rebeln [österr.] [südd.] [abbeeren, entrappen, abzupfen]
to pick sth. [e.g. cherries from a tree] etw. [Akk.] abpflücken [z. B. Kirschen von einem Baum]
to pick sth. [flowers, apples, cotton, tea, etc.] etw. pflücken [Blumen, Äpfel, Baumwolle, Tee etc.]
to pick sth. [fruit, berries] etw. [Akk.] abbrocken [österr.] [südd.] [abpflücken]
to pick sth. [fruit, berries]etw. [Akk.] brocken [österr.] [südd.] [pflücken]
to pick sth. [mushrooms, berries, herbs, etc.] etw. sammeln [Pilze, Beeren, Kräuter etc.]
to pick sth. apart etw. [Akk.] zeisen [bayer.] [(etw. Verworrenes, bes. Wolle o. Ä.) auseinander ziehen, auseinander zupfen]
to pick sth. apart [Am.] etw. [Akk.] zerpflücken [auch fig.: z. B. Argumente kritisieren]
to pick sth. for oneself sich [Dat.] etw. picken [ugs.] [herauspicken, -suchen]
to pick sth. for oneselfsich [Dat.] etw. herauspicken
to pick sth. off [remove, gather by detaching] etw. abklauben [österr.] [regional] [sonst veraltet]
to pick sth. outetw. auswählen
to pick sth. out [also: to pick out sth.] [highlight]etw. hervorheben
to pick sth. out [from a collection of potential targets] etw. [Akk.] ausgucken [ugs.] [aussuchen]
to pick sth. out [laboriously, one by one] etw. [Akk.] herausklauben
to pick sth. out (for oneself) [detect] sich [Dat.] etw. [Akk.] herausfischen [ugs.]
to pick sth. out of sth. etw. [Akk.] aus etw. [Dat.] rauspulen [ugs.] [nordd.]
to pick sth. to pieces [book, play etc.] [idiom]etw. [Akk.] verreißen [fig.]
to pick sth. to pieces [idiom] kein gutes Haar an etw. [Dat.] lassen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to pick sth. to pieces [idiom] [argument, theory etc.] etw. [Akk.] zerpflücken [fig.] [im Detail kritisieren]
to pick sth. upetw. [Akk.] aufpicken
to pick sth. up [a signal]etw. auffangen [ein Signal]
to pick sth. up [also figurative for disease etc.]etw. [Akk.] auflesen [auch figurativ für Krankheit usw.]
to pick sth. up [fig.] [to learn how to do sth.]sich [Dat.] etw. [Akk.] aneignen [lernen]
to pick sth. up [from the floor / ground] etw. aufheben [vom Boden]
to pick sth. up [from the ground] etw. vom Boden aufheben
to pick sth. up [sth. deposited at a shop etc.]etw. [Akk.] abholen [etw. im Laden etc. Deponiertes]
to pick sth. up [to acquire] etw. [Akk.] erwerben
to pick sth. up [to gather] etw. [Akk.] aufsammeln
to pick sth. up [to gather]etw. [Akk.] aufklauben [bes. österr., südd.]
to pick sth. up [to take sth. in hand] etw. zur Hand nehmen
to pick sth. up for sb.jdm. etw. aufheben [vom Boden]
to pick sth. up for sb. etw. für jdn. aufheben [vom Boden]
to pick sth. up gingerly etw. [Akk.] mit spitzen Fingern anfassen [Redewendung]
to pick sth. up where one left off [continue sth., resume sth.] mit etw. [Dat.] fortfahren [etw. fortsetzen]
to pick to pieceszerpflücken
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