Übersetzung von “pick” — Englisch–Malaysisch Wörterbuch


verb /pik/

to choose or select

Pick the one you like best.

to take (flowers from a plant, fruit from a tree etc ), usually by hand

The little girl sat on the grass and picked flowers.

to lift (someone or something)

He picked up the child.

to unlock (a lock) with a tool other than a key

membuka kunci menggunakan
The thief must have picked the lock with a hair-pin.
pickpocket noun

a person who steals from people’s pockets

penyeluk saku
He kept his wallet in his hand because he knew there would be pickpockets in the crowd.
pick-up noun

a type of small lorry or van.

lori pikap

the part of a record-player that holds the stylus.

pick and choose

to select or choose very carefully

When I’m buying apples, I like to pick and choose (the ones I want).
pick at phrasal verb

to eat very little of (something)

He was not very hungry, and just picked at the food on his plate.
pick someone’s brains

to ask (a person) questions in order to get ideas, information etc from him which one can use oneself

tanya-tanya sedikit
You might be able to help me with this problem – can I come and pick your brains for a minute!
pick holes in

to criticize or find faults in (an argument, theory etc)

mencari kesalahan
He sounded very convincing, but I’m sure one could pick holes in what he said.
pick off phrasal verb

to shoot (especially people in a group) one by one

menembak seorang demi seorang
He picked off the enemy soldiers.
pick on phrasal verb

to choose (someone) to do a usually difficult or unpleasant job

memilih sso
Why do they always pick on me to do the washing-up?

to speak to or treat (a person) angrily or critically

mencari salah
Don’t pick on me – it wasn’t my fault.
pick out phrasal verb

to choose or select

She picked out one dress that she particularly liked.

to see or recognize (a person, thing etc)

mengecamkan sso
He must be among those people getting off the train, but I can’t pick him out.

(music ) to play (a piece of music), especially slowly and with difficulty, especially by ear, without music in front of one

mencuba-cuba memainkan sst
I don’t really play the piano, but I can pick out a tune with one finger.
pick someone’s pocket

to steal something from a person’s pocket

menyeluk saku
My wallet has gone – someone has picked my pocket!
pick a quarrel/fight with (someone)

to start a quarrel, argument or fight with (someone) on purpose

mencari gaduh
He was angry because I beat him in the race, and he tried to pick a fight with me afterwards.
pick up phrasal verb

to learn gradually, without formal teaching

belajar sendiri
I never studied Italian – I just picked it up when I was in Italy.

to let (someone) into a car, train etc in order to take him somewhere

I picked him up at the station and drove him home.

to get (something) by chance

I picked up a bargain at the shops today.

to right (oneself) after a fall etc; to stand up

He fell over and picked himself up again.

to collect (something) from somewhere

I ordered some meat from the butcher – I’ll pick it up on my way home tonight.

(of radio, radar etc) to receive signals

We picked up a foreign broadcast last night.

to find; to catch

We lost his trail but picked it up again later
The police picked up the criminal.
pick up speed

to go faster; to accelerate

The car picked up speed as it ran down the hill.
pick one’s way

to walk carefully (around or between something one wishes to avoid touching etc)

berjalan berhati-hati
She picked her way between the puddles.

(Übersetzung von “pick” aus dem PASSWORD English–Malaysian Dictionary © 2015 K Dictionaries Ltd)