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Receive (a broadcast)
Collect (a person). This differs from the 'collect a thing' meaning
as that means 'collect and bring back' whereas this means either (i) 'collect and drop off on your way' or (ii) 'collect and bring to the same destination'.
pick apart
Used other than as an idiom: see pick,‎ apart.
To review or analyse in great detail
To criticise (especially small details).
To overcome by skilled execution.
pick out
Identify from a picture
pick up on
Correct someone when they say something wrong
Notice something that most people don't
React to something
Comment on something said earlier in a conversation
pick on
Bother, annoy, criticize or make fun of someone
pick yourself up
Recover from a fall or problem
pick up after
Tidy a mess someone else has made
pick through
Search something that is disordered for something
pick at
Eat unwillingly
pick off
Target individuals to change a group