Children's, Intermediate and Advanced Online English Dictionary & Thesaurus

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have a bone to pick to have reason for an argument or difference of opinion.
ice pick a pointed metal tool used to chip or break ice into small pieces.
pick on (informal) to annoy or harass, either verbally or physically.
pick out to choose. [2 definitions]
pick over to examine with close scrutiny, as before buying.
pick up to take up by hand. [4 definitions]
pick up the tab to pay the bill, esp. at a bar or restaurant.
pick-me-up (informal) food or drink, esp. an alcoholic drink, taken in order to make one feel more energetic or cheerful.