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to pick over sth. [coll.] etw. durchsehen [sorgfältig]
to pick over sth. [peas, lentils, etc.] etw. auslesen [Erbsen, Linsen etc.]
to pick pocketsTaschendiebstahl 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 team jdn. 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.jdn./etw. erwählen [geh.] [wählen, auswählen]
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. apartjdn./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 brain von 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 pocketjdn. 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. apartetw. [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 oneselfsich [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. up etw. [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 gingerlyetw. [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 pieces zerpflücken
to pick to pieces auseinander pflücken [alt]
to pick to pieces auseinanderpflücken
to pick up [coll.] [weight] zunehmen [an Gewicht]
to pick up [continue]weitermachen
to pick up [improve] sich errappeln [österr.] [ugs.]
to pick up [improve]sich erfangen [österr.]
to pick up [to improve] sich erholen
to pick up / take up the slack [Am.] [Aus.] [coll.] [idiom]die (entstandene) Lücke ausfüllen
to pick up a bargain ein Schnäppchen machen
to pick up a book [read a book] ein Buch in die Hand nehmen [ein Buch lesen]
to pick up a bugsich einen Erreger einfangen [ugs.]
to pick up a hitchhikereinen Anhalter mitnehmen [ugs.]
to pick up a language sich [Dat.] eine Sprache aneignen
to pick up a letter einen Brief abholen
to pick up a livelihood (sich [Dat.]) seinen Lebensunterhalt verdienen
to pick up a signal ein Signal empfangen
to pick up a yellow cardsich [Dat.] eine Gelbe / gelbe Karte einhandeln [bes. Fußball]
to pick up after one's dog die Hinterlassenschaften seines Hundes beseitigen
to pick up after sb. jdm. hinterherräumen
to pick up an acquaintance [coll.] jdn. aufgabeln [ugs.]
to pick up an illness sich [Dat.] eine Krankheit einfangen [ugs.]
to pick up courage sich wieder fangen
to pick up courage wieder Mut finden
to pick up goodsWare abholen
to pick up information Informationen sammeln
to pick up match practice [football] Spielpraxis sammeln
to pick up odd habits seltsame Gewohnheiten annehmen
to pick up on sth. [coll.] etw. wahrnehmen
to pick up on sth. [coll.] [notice sth.] etw. [Akk.] mitkriegen [ugs.] [wahrnehmen]
to pick up on sth. [coll.] [notice sth.] etw. [Akk.] bemerken
to pick up on sth. [coll.] [notice sth.] etw. spannen [ugs.] [bes. südd., österr.] [etw. merken, bemerken]
to pick up on sth. [topic, hint, etc.] etw. aufgreifen [Thema, Hinweis etc.]
to pick up pace Geschwindigkeit aufnehmen
to pick up pace Fahrt aufnehmen
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