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pick out vb (tr, adverb)
  1. to select for use or special consideration, illustration, etc, as from a group
  2. to distinguish (an object from its surroundings), as in painting: she picked out the woodwork in white
  3. to perceive or recognize (a person or thing previously obscured): we picked out his face among the crowd
  4. to distinguish (sense or meaning) from or as if from a mass of detail or complication
  5. to play (a tune) tentatively, by or as if by ear



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