Phrasal Verbs beginning with PICK

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Phrasal Verbs beginning with PICK :

pick out : choose specially or carefully from among others

He picked out a tie to wear with the shirt.

pick out : recognize someone or something from others

Can you pick out your brother in the crowd?
See if you can pick me out in this photo.

pick up : to go somewhere and collect somebody who is waiting

My father picks me up from school.
I’m going to pick up Sheila from the station.

pick up : collect something from a place

I picked up my suit from the dry-cleaner.

pick up : take hold of something or somebody and lift them / it up

I picked up the rubbish and put it in the bin.
She picked up the crying child.
The phone stopped ringing just as I picked it up.

pick up : learn a skill by chance rather than by being taught it

He picked up Tamil when he was living in Chennai.

pick up : improve or increase

Trade is picking up again.
Sales have picked up nearly 20% this year.

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