- v.采( pluck的过去式和过去分词 ); 拔掉; 解救; 弹;
Is this just a figure she plucked out of the air?
She was plucked from the corps de ballet to take on Juliet.
You've plucked your eyebrows at last!
Ten fishermen were plucked to safety from life-rafts.
The boy plucked at Adam's sleeve.
She looked relaxed as she plucked a chicken.
The actress was only 17 when she was plucked from obscurity and made a star.
She plucked out a grey hair.
He plucked at her sleeve to try and get her attention.
She plucked some leaves off the sapling.
He idly plucked the strings of the lute.
The poor student was plucked in his examination.
A violent wind plucked the sails to bits.
The child plucked at its mother's skirt.
He plucked the cigarette from his mouth and tossed it out into the street.
1. of a stringed instrument; sounded with the fingers or a plectrum
2. having the feathers removed, as from a pelt or a fowl;
"a plucked chicken"
"an unfeathered goose"