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Definición de “pickup” en inglés

pickup

noun uk   /ˈpɪk.ʌp/ us  

pickup noun (COLLECTION)

[C] the act of picking someone or something up, or the place where it happens: The pickup point for the long-distance coaches is now in the new bus station. [C] informal a person who is picked up: The taxi driver said I was the first pickup that he'd had all evening.

pickup noun (SIGNAL)

[C] a device on an electrical musical instrument or a record player that causes sounds to be produced or made louder

pickup noun (INCREASE)

[S] an increase or improvement: There's been a pickup in the share value. have good/bad pickup US (of a car) to be able/unable to increase speed quickly
(Definition of pickup from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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