picking Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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pickingnoun [U]

uk   us   informal
COMMERCE →  order picking
easy/rich pickings /ˈpɪkɪŋz/ a large ​range of good things to choose from: Investors have ​foundrich pickings in the ​propertymarket in recent ​years.
slim/lean/meagre pickings a ​lack of good things to choose from: Even money-market ​fundsofferslim pickings these days.
(Definition of picking from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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