Pick: definitions, synonyms, antonyms, examples and more!

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Meanings Frequency Definitions Examples Parts of Speech Hypernym Entailments
pick 13 Select carefully from a group She finally picked her successor, He picked his way carefully Verb choose No Data
selection 13 The act of choosing or selecting your choice of colors was unfortunate, you can take your pick Noun action No Data
choice 11 The person or thing chosen or selected he was my pick for mayor Noun decision making No Data
blame 9 Harass with constant criticism “Don’t always pick on your little brother” Verb knock No Data
choice 8 The act of choosing or selecting your choice of colors was unfortunate, you can take your pick Noun action No Data
pick 4 Look for and gather pick mushrooms, pick flowers Verb gather No Data
peck 3 Hit lightly with a picking motion No Data Verb strike No Data
clean 3 Remove unwanted substances from, such as feathers or pits Clean the turkey Verb remove No Data
pick 2 Harass with constant criticism “Don’t always pick on your little brother” Verb knock No Data
cream 2 The best people or things in a group “the cream of England’s young men were killed in the Great War” Noun elite No Data
selection 1 The person or thing chosen or selected he was my pick for mayor Noun decision making No Data
pick 1 Remove in small bits pick meat from a bone Verb remove No Data
pick 1 The person or thing chosen or selected he was my pick for mayor Noun decision making No Data
pick 1 Remove unwanted substances from, such as feathers or pits Clean the turkey Verb remove No Data
foot 1 Pay for something pick up the tab, pick up the burden of high-interest mortgages, foot the bill Verb pay No Data
pick 1 Provoke pick a fight or a quarrel Verb provoke No Data
pick 0 Pull lightly but sharply with a plucking motion he plucked the strings of his mandolin Verb pull No Data
pluck 0 Pull lightly but sharply with a plucking motion he plucked the strings of his mandolin Verb pull No Data
pick 0 Pay for something pick up the tab, pick up the burden of high-interest mortgages, foot the bill Verb pay No Data
pick 0 Attack with or as if with a pickaxe of ice or rocky ground, for example Pick open the ice Verb pierce Chop
break up 0 Attack with or as if with a pickaxe of ice or rocky ground, for example Pick open the ice Verb pierce Chop
pick 0 Pilfer or rob pick pockets Verb rob No Data
pick 0 Hit lightly with a picking motion No Data Verb strike No Data
beak 0 Hit lightly with a picking motion No Data Verb strike No Data
nibble 0 Eat intermittently; take small bites of He pieced at the sandwich all morning, She never eats a full meal–she just nibbles Verb eat No Data
pick 0 Eat intermittently; take small bites of He pieced at the sandwich all morning, She never eats a full meal–she just nibbles Verb eat No Data
plunk 0 Pull lightly but sharply with a plucking motion he plucked the strings of his mandolin Verb pull No Data
pick 0 The best people or things in a group “the cream of England’s young men were killed in the Great War” Noun elite No Data
find fault 0 Harass with constant criticism “Don’t always pick on your little brother” Verb knock No Data
pick 0 A heavy iron tool with a wooden handle and a curved head that is pointed on both ends they used picks and sledges to break the rocks Noun edge tool No Data
weft 0 The yarn woven across the warp yarn in weaving No Data Noun thread No Data
filling 0 The yarn woven across the warp yarn in weaving No Data Noun thread No Data
pick 0 The yarn woven across the warp yarn in weaving No Data Noun thread No Data
pick 0 A small thin device (of metal or plastic or ivory) used to pluck a stringed instrument No Data Noun device No Data
plectrum 0 A small thin device (of metal or plastic or ivory) used to pluck a stringed instrument No Data Noun device No Data
plectron 0 A small thin device (of metal or plastic or ivory) used to pluck a stringed instrument No Data Noun device No Data
pick 0 A thin sharp implement used for removing unwanted material he used a pick to clean the dirt out of the cracks Noun hand tool No Data
pickax 0 A heavy iron tool with a wooden handle and a curved head that is pointed on both ends they used picks and sledges to break the rocks Noun edge tool No Data
woof 0 The yarn woven across the warp yarn in weaving No Data Noun thread No Data
pickaxe 0 A heavy iron tool with a wooden handle and a curved head that is pointed on both ends they used picks and sledges to break the rocks Noun edge tool No Data
pick 0 A basketball maneuver; obstructing an opponent with one’s body he was called for setting an illegal pick Noun basketball play No Data
pick 0 The quantity of a crop that is harvested he sent the first picking of berries to the market, it was the biggest peach pick in years Noun output No Data
option 0 The act of choosing or selecting your choice of colors was unfortunate, you can take your pick Noun action No Data
pick 0 The act of choosing or selecting your choice of colors was unfortunate, you can take your pick Noun action No Data
picking 0 The quantity of a crop that is harvested he sent the first picking of berries to the market, it was the biggest peach pick in years Noun output No Data
pluck 0 Look for and gather pick mushrooms, pick flowers Verb gather No Data
cull 0 Look for and gather pick mushrooms, pick flowers Verb gather No Data
piece 0 Eat intermittently; take small bites of He pieced at the sandwich all morning, She never eats a full meal–she just nibbles Verb eat No Data
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How many meanings does the word "Pick" have?

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The word "Pick" has 48 meanings. The most frequent meaning is pick.

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What are the hyponyms for the word "Pick"?

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The word "Pick" has 455 hyponyms which are: adopt, anoint, assign, cream off, cull out, dial, draw, elect, empanel, excerpt, field, nominate, pick, plump, screen, sieve, sieve out, single out, specify, think of, vote, vote in, accomplishment, aggression, alienation, application, arrival, beatification, bruxism, change, choice, course, destabilization, economy, emphasizing, employment, fetch, interaction, jumpstart, kindness, performance, pickings, play, playing, politeness, prohibition, reference, res gestae, resistance, reverence, stupefaction, thing, transfusion, transgression, vampirism, cull, determination, eclecticism, groupthink, judgment, option, reversal, settlement, umpirage, admonish, attack, belabor, blame, call on the carpet, come down, denounce, deplore, disparage, harsh on, nitpick, reprehend, reprimand, savage, birdnest, clam, club, hive, mobilize, muster, nest, nut, oyster, pearl, pile up, rake, reap, round up, salvage, shock, snail, sponge, beat, buffet, butt, chop, clout, dab, down, hew, jab, knock, peck, rap, sclaff, sideswipe, slap, spur, tap, whip, ablate, amputate, aspirate, bail, bail out, bone, brush, bur, burl, carve out, chip away, circumcise, clean, clear, clear off, condense, crumb, de-iodinate, de-ionate, decalcify, decarbonize, decorticate, defang, defuse, degas, dehorn, delete, delouse, demineralize, desorb, detoxify, dig, discharge, disembowel, dislodge, draw off, dredge, eliminate, empty, enucleate, epilate, excavate, exenterate, expectorate, extirpate, extract, flick, gut, harvest, head, hull, husk, hypophysectomize, knock out, ladle, leach, lift, muck, pit, pull, ream, resect, scale, scalp, scavenge, scoop, seed, shed, shell, shuck, skim, spoon, stem, string, strip, take away, take off, take out, tear away, tip, tusk, unburden, undock, unhinge, unpack, unsaddle, unstring, unveil, wash, wear away, weed, winnow, wipe off, withdraw, chosen, cream, few, intelligentsia, nobility, society, bribe, charge, compensate, defray, disburse, finance, foot, go dutch, kick back, overpay, pay cash, prefer, prepay, put up, redeem, refund, remit, spend, subsidize, tithe, underpay, abduct, adduct, attract, drag, haul, pluck, pull back, stretch, tug, twitch, winch, yank, hold up, devour, dunk, eat up, fare, fill up, garbage down, gluttonize, gobble, nibble, pick at, pitch in, ruminate, slurp, wash down, wolf, adz, ax, chisel, gouge, hand ax, hob, knife, plane, razor, scissors, scythe, shear, sickle, wire cutter, cotton, dental floss, floss, lastex, ligature, metallic, pile, purl, suture, tinsel, warp, woof, worsted, acoustic device, adapter, afterburner, agglomerator, airfoil, alarm, appliance, applicator, aspergill, autopilot, bait, billiard marker, bird feeder, blower, bootjack, breathalyzer, breathing device, bubbler, buffer, catapult, charger, clip-on, comb, comforter, conductor, contraceptive, converter, corer, corrective, crusher, cryptograph, cutoff, dampener, damper, deflector, dental appliance, depressor, detector, diestock, drive, drop forge, elastic device, electrical device, electronic device, energizer, exercise device, explosive device, fan, filter, fire extinguisher, flare, fumigator, gas fixture, groover, guard, heat exchanger, heater, holding device, horn, hydrofoil, imprint, indicator, instrument, interlock, interrupter, jig, key, keyboard, kinetoscope, knocker, lifting device, lighter, machine, magnet, mechanism, memory device, musical instrument, nest egg, noisemaker, optical device, override, paper feed, peeler, power takeoff, prod, prompter, reflector, release, remote control, reset, restraint, router, runner, scratcher, shoehorn, shoetree, shooting stick, shredder, signaling device, snowshoe, sounder, source of illumination, stabilizer, stemmer, straightener, strengthener, stylus, suction cup, support, sweatbox, synchroflash, take-up, teaser, throwing stick, tilter, tongs, toy, trap, trigger, valve, vaporizer, ventilator, washboard, water cooler, awl, bevel, bodkin, crank, dibble, file, float, graver, gutter, hammer, hand shovel, marlinespike, miter box, opener, pallet, pestle, pincer, pipe cutter, pitchfork, pliers, “plumber’s snake”, plunger, ravehook, sandblaster, saw, scraper, screwdriver, shovel, soldering iron, spatula, spreader, square, straightedge, tire iron, trowel, weeder, wire stripper, wrench, give-and-go, switch, picking.

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Is the word "Pick" very frequent in Wordnet’s lexical database?

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The word "Pick" has a maximum frequency of 13.

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What are the synonyms for the word "Pick"?

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The word "Pick" has no synonyms.

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