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pick-me-up (informal) food or drink, esp. an alcoholic drink, taken in order to make one feel more energetic or cheerful.
pick on (informal) to annoy or harass, either verbally or physically. [3 definitions]
pick out to choose. [2 definitions]
pick over to examine with close scrutiny, as before buying.
pickpocket a person who steals from pockets or purses, usu. in crowded or public places.
pickproof of a lock, designed so that it is impossible to pick.
pickup the act of taking something onto or into a vehicle. [5 definitions]
pick up to take up (something) using one's hand or hands. [8 definitions]
pick up the tab to pay the bill, esp. at a bar or restaurant.
pickup truck a small truck with a large open area for carrying things.
picky fussy, meticulous, or difficult to please.
picnic an informal outdoor meal, often at a park or in a natural area. [3 definitions]
picnic table a rectangular table designed for outdoor eating, typically made of wood and having benches attached.
picot one of a series of ornamental loops added to the edge of lace, embroidery, or the like.
picotee a kind of carnation having light petals with a darker border.
picrate an ester or salt of picric acid, usu. very explosive.
picric acid a poisonous acid used in analytical chemistry and in making dyes and explosives.
picro- bitter.
Pict one of an ancient people of Great Britain who were driven into Scotland by the Britons and Romans.
pictograph a pictorial sign or symbol that represents a word or idea; hieroglyph. [3 definitions]
pictorial pertaining to, made of, or containing pictures. [4 definitions]