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VERB 挑选；选择 If you pick a particular person or thing, you choose that one.
Mr Nowell had picked ten people to interview for six sales jobs in London...
I had deliberately picked a city with a tropical climate.
N-SING 精华；精品；精英 You can refer to the best things or people in a particular group as the pick of that group.
The boys here are the pick of the under-15 cricketers in the country...
We had the pick of suits from the shop.
VERB 采；摘 When you pick flowers, fruit, or leaves, you break them off the plant or tree and collect them.
She used to pick flowers in the Cromwell Road...
He helps his mother pick fruit.
VERB 拿取；挪移 If you pick something from a place, you remove it from there with your fingers or your hand.
He picked the napkin from his lap and placed it alongside his plate...
He picked the telephone off the wall bracket.
VERB 抠（鼻）；剔（牙） If you pick your nose or teeth, you remove substances from inside your nose or between your teeth.
Edgar, don't pick your nose, dear...
He had just had a meal and was picking his teeth after it.
VERB 寻找…的口实；寻（衅）；找（碴儿） If you pick a fight or quarrel with someone, you deliberately cause one.
He picked a fight with a waiter and landed in jail...
He was clearly in a mood to pick a quarrel with anybody.
VERB 撬开（锁）；扒窃…中的东西 If someone such as a thief picks a lock, they open it without a key, for example by using a piece of wire.
He picked each lock deftly, and rifled the papers within each drawer.
N-COUNT 同 pickaxe A pick is the same as a pickaxe .
PHRASE 挑挑拣拣；挑三拣四；挑剔 If you pick and choose, you carefully choose only things that you really want and reject the others.
As a vocational teacher I could pretty much pick and choose my work...
We, the patients, cannot pick and choose our doctors.
PHRASE 可从…中任意挑选 If you have your pick of a group of things, you are able to choose any of them that you want.
Here is an actress who could have her pick of any part...
Klein could have had his pick of the world's top models.
PHRASE 任意挑选 If you are told to take your pick, you can choose any one that you like from a group of things.
Accountants can take their pick of company cars...
Take your pick from ten luxury hotels...
PHRASE 择路而行；小心行路 If you pick your way across an area, you walk across it very carefully in order to avoid obstacles or dangerous things.
The girls were afraid of snakes and picked their way along with extreme caution...
I moved away from the shack and picked my way among the rubble.
PHRASE 收拾残局；努力恢复正常 When you pick up the pieces after a disaster, you do what you can to get the situation back to normal again.
Do we try and prevent problems or do we try and pick up the pieces afterwards?...
She died, and somehow I never picked up the pieces and started again.
PHRASE 加速 When a vehicle picks up speed, it begins to move more quickly.
Brian pulled away slowly, but picked up speed.