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the pick of sth

(also the pick of the bunch)
the best of a group of people or things: The pick of this year's three-year-old racehorses is Galileo. There were a lot of very amusing entries, but the pick of the bunch came from John Robinson.
Translations of “the pick of sth”
in Chinese (Traditional) (…的)精華, 最好的東西, 出類拔萃者…
in Chinese (Simplified) (…的)精华, 最好的东西, 出类拔萃者…
(Definition of the pick of sth from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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