English definition of “pluck”
pluck sth/sb from/out, etc › to quickly pull something or someone from the place where they are: He plucked a £50 note out of his wallet. A helicopter plucked him from the sea.
BIRD [T] › to pull all the feathers out of a bird before cooking it
MUSIC [T] › If you pluck the strings of a musical instrument, you pull them with your fingers to make a sound.
PLANT [T] literary › to pick a flower or part of a plant