pick out

This page is about the phrasal verb pick out.

Meaning: If you pick out something, you choose or select it.

Synonym: choose, select

For example:

  • pick out sth/sb We're painting the office, so look at this chart and pick out a colour you like.

  • pick sth/sb out Do you like these shirts? Pick one out and I'll get it for you.

Quick Quiz:

Before you buy the car, you'll have to pick out

a. some money

b. a colour

c. your driver's licence

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Contributor: Matt Errey