Bedeutung von “pluck” im Essential American English Dictionary


verb us /plʌk/

to quickly pull something or someone from the place where he, she, or it is:

She plucked a business card from her pocket and handed it to him.

If you pluck a bird, you pull feathers from it:

She was plucking a chicken.

to remove hair from something:

She plucked her eyebrows.

(Definition von “pluck” aus dem Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)