pick up

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
toplamak

Tom zeminden bir şey toplamak için eğildi. - Tom bent down to pick up something off the floor.

radyoda duymak
yerden kaldırmak
arabaya almak
toparlamak
(deyim) arabasina almak,arabasiyla gidip almak
almak

O, postacı gelir gelmez, postasını almak için dışarı fırlar. - The second the mailman comes, he rushes out to pick up his mail.

Tom yerdeki parayı almak için eğildi. - Tom bent over to pick up a coin that was on the floor.

arabayla almak
adam seçmek
iyileşmek
kız tavlamak
al
hızlanmak
algılamak
(dil) kulaktan kapmak
(deyim) canlılığını kazanmak
şans eseri almak
(deyim) çabucak sıkı fıkı olmak
başlatmak
(deyim) yakınlaşmak
tutup kaldırmak
arabasına almak
(deyim) sağlığı düzelmek
şans eseri satın almak
telefonu açmak
düzeltmek
(Dilbilim) enselemek
(deyim) pratik yaparak öğrenmek
ödül kazanmak
adam seçmek (oyun için)
(Dilbilim) tutmak
kavramak
fatura ödemek
yakalamak
elde etmek
edinmek
ilerlemek
kapmak (koltuk)
anlamak
şans eseri bulmak
bulmak
yine başlamak
uğrayıp almak
(deyim) yatak arkadaşı bulmak
arabayla birini almak
tutuklamak (polis birini)
(Dilbilim) araklamak
şans eseri öğrenmek
kendini toparlamak
ortadan kaldırmak
(deyim) kulaktan dolma öğrenmek
toplamak (dağınık bir yeri)
şans eseri edinmek
suçluyu yakalamak
arabasına
(deyim) kulaktan öğrenmek
(deyim) iyi olmak
kapmak (yer)
gelişmek
hız kazanmak
kafası almak
rasgele bulmak
pratik olarak öğrenmek, (dili) kulaktan öğrenmek
dostluk kurmak
toplanmak
kazmak
(Otomotiv) arkası açık kamyonet
konuşma dili iyileşmek
devşirmek
(daha aşağı bir yerde duran birini/bir şeyi) kaldırmak; (daha aşağı bir yerde duran şeyleri) kaldırmak/almak/toplamak
pickup
pikap

O bir pikap kullanıyor. - He drives a pickup truck.

Tom'u pikap kamyonumun arkasında hastaneye götürdüm. - I took Tom to the hospital in the back of my pickup truck.

pick me up
{i} canlandırıcı şey
pickup
artma
pickup
kamyonet

Tom'la kamyonetin arkasına atladım. - I jumped into the back of the pickup truck with Tom.

Tom'un bir kamyoneti var. - Tom has a pickup truck.

pick up line
karşı cinsi tavlama sözleri
pick up line
karşı cinsi ayartma sözleri
pickup
(Otomotiv) çabuk hızlanma kapasitesi
pickup
kafa (pikap kolundaki)
pickup
{i} oto. hızlanma kapasitesi, çabuk hızlanma kapasitesi: This car's got no pickup. Bu arabanın hızlanma gücü sıfır
pickup
pikap kafası
pickup
ilerleme
pickup
açık kamyonet
pickup
(Otomotiv) hızlanma kapasitesi
pickup
rastgele dostluk
pickup
pikap kolu
pick him up
kadar onu almak
pick s.o. up
öylesine almak
pick something up
kadar bir şey almak
pick sth up
up sth pick
pick up on
üzerine almak
pick you up
size pick
pick me up
canlandırıcı içki
pickup
kalan yemeklerden oluşan öğün
pickup
yükselme
pickup
alıcı
pickup
canlandırıcı içki
pickup
kaldırma
pickup
rasgele dostluk
pickup
av
pickup
buluntu şey
pickup
sokakta tanışılmış kadın
pickup
plakçalar

Sami'nin plakçaları çalındı. - Sami's pickup was stolen.

pickup
hızlanma
pickup
arabaya alma
pickup
gelişme
pickup
gelisme
pickup
radyoda mikrofon tertibatı
pickup
{i} vurgun
pickup
oyunda top yere dokundu
pickup
dili gelişme
pickup
alıcı veya kaydedici cihaz
pickup
{i} kamyonet, pikap. 3
pickup
oto pikap
pickup
{i} keklik (av)
pickup
slang avlanacak keklik
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To improve, increase, or speed up

Prices seem to be picking up again.

To receive (a radio signal or the like)

With the new antenna, I can pick up stations all the way from Omaha.

To answer a telephone. See pick up the phone

I'm calling him, but he just isn't picking up!.

To take control (physically) of something
To learn, to grasp; to begin to understand

It looks complicated, but you'll soon pick it up.

To notice, detect or discern, often used with "on"

Did you pick up on his nervousness?.

An impromptu athletic game

At lunch we had a game of pick up hockey.

To pay for

The company will pick up lunch with customers for sales calls.

To collect an object, especially in passing

Can you pick up a pint of milk on your way home?.

An instance of approaching someone and engaging in romantic flirtation and courting with the intent to pursue romance, a date, or a sexual encounter. See also pick-up line, pick-up joint, pickup artist

Hey, thanks for the drink, but if this is a pick up, I'm not interested.

To clean up; to return to an organized state

You're lucky, said Marla. My mother makes me pick up my room every single day..

To reduce the despondency of

they pick me up when I'm feeling blue.

To collect a passenger

I'll pick you up outside the library.

To meet and seduce somebody for romantic purposes, especially in a social situation

She could tell he intended to pick up on her.

A pickup truck
To mark, to defend against an opposition player by following them closely
The act of obtaining something or someone (usually onto a vehicle). The time the act occurs
To point out (a person's behaviour, habits, or actions) in a critical manner

She's always picking me up on my grammar.

To collect and detain (a suspect)

The cops have picked up the man they were looking for.

To restart or resume

Let's pick up where we left off yesterday.

To lift; to grasp and raise

When you pick up the bag, make sure to support the bottom.

buy casually or spontaneously; "I picked up some food for a snack"
To pick up the dice, thereby ending the player's turn
If you pick up something such as a skill or an idea, you acquire it without effort over a period of time. Where did you pick up your English?
When a vehicle picks up speed, it begins to move more quickly. Brian pulled away slowly, but picked up speed. = accelerate
fill with high spirits; fill with optimism; "Music can uplift your spirits"
When you pick up someone or something that is waiting to be collected, you go to the place where they are and take them away, often in a car. She went over to her parents' house to pick up some clean clothes I picked her up at Covent Garden to take her to lunch with my mother
get to know or become aware of, usually accidentally; "I learned that she has two grown-up children"; "I see that you have been promoted"
When you pick up the pieces after a disaster, you do what you can to get the situation back to normal again. Do we try and prevent problems or do we try and pick up the pieces afterwards?
Nothing more than talking to a girl and finding out her name "Meee!* last night we picked up All kinds* of girls at L'action" (popular club in St-Leonard) *see: Meee *see: All kinds
Starting a scene from a place other than the beginning
If you pick up something, such as a feature or a pattern, you discover or identify it. Consumers in Europe are slow to pick up trends in the use of information technology
If a piece of equipment, for example a radio or a microphone, picks up a signal or sound, it receives it or detects it. We can pick up Italian television
give a passenger or a hitchhiker a lift; "We picked up a hitchhiker on the highway"
gather or collect; "You can get the results on Monday"; "She picked up the children at the day care center"; "They pick up our trash twice a week"
The lifting of the rod with the casting hand and arm It starts the lift of the leader off the water's surface This is the first step of the traditional pick up lay down cast
recieve (perceptual input); "pick up a signal"
If trade or the economy of a country picks up, it improves. Industrial production is beginning to pick up
eat by pecking at, like a bird
If you pick someone up on something that they have said or done, you mention it and tell them that you think it is wrong. if I may pick you up on that point see also pick-up
Refers to the adherence of workpiece material to the saw
lift out or reflect from a background; "The scarf picks up the color of the skirt"; "His eyes picked up his smile"
When you pick yourself up after you have fallen or been knocked down, you stand up rather slowly. Anthony picked himself up and set off along the track
take up by hand; "He picked up the book and started to read"
meet someone for sexual purposes; "he always tries to pick up girls in bars
(1) (of a card) capture during the play
If someone picks up a point or topic that has already been mentioned, or if they pick up on it, they refer to it or develop it. Can I just pick up that gentleman's point? I'll pick up on what I said a couple of minutes ago
take into custody; "the police nabbed the suspected criminals"
When you pick something up, you lift it up. He picked his cap up from the floor and stuck it back on his head Ridley picked up a pencil and fiddled with it
get better; "Her performance in school picked up"
take and lift upward
If you pick up someone you do not know, you talk to them and try to start a sexual relationship with them. He had picked her up at a nightclub on Kallari Street, where she worked as a singer
gain or regain energy; "I picked up after a nap"
take and lift upward recieve (perceptual input); "pick up a signal"
a pick up is where a player picks up a new tile A tile is either picked from the wall or, the player may pick the last tile discarded by another player, provided that they can form a meld using it A player may jump in at any point during the game to pick up the last tile dicarded This is done by the player declaring the name of the meld they wish to form using the tile Restrictions exist on forming chows with discards A player may only use a discard tile to form a chow if the tile was discarded by their play-order predecessor In the event that two players call to form a meld with the same discard tile, a Kong has precedence over a Pung, which in turn has precedence over a Chow
get in addition, as an increase; "The candidate picked up thousands of votes after his visit to the nursing home"
meet someone for sexual purposes; "he always tries to pick up girls in bars"
{f} grasp and lift; gather, obtain; hurry up, gain speed; improve; straighten, tidy (Colloquial); approach someone with an offer of romantic involvement (Informal); resume after an intermission; buy, get (e.g.: "We are out of milk, on your way home from work can you pick up a carton of milk?")
If someone is picked up by the police, they are arrested and taken to a police station. Rawlings had been picked up by police at his office The police picked him up within the hour
If you pick up an illness, you get it from somewhere or something. They've picked up a really nasty infection from something they've eaten. = catch
To pick up a carrier is when the 2 modems recognize each other's signals over a phone line After this point the two computers can communicate
perceive with the senses quickly, suddenly, or momentarily; "I caught the aroma of coffee"; "He caught the allusion in her glance"; "ears open to catch every sound"; "The dog picked up the scent"; "Catch a glimpse"
pick up line
An utterance whose aim is to seduce a potential partner
pick-up
Attributive form of pick up

pick-up line.

pickup
A pickup truck
pickup
An electronic device for detecting sound, vibration, etc., such as one fitted to an electric guitar or record player
pickup
An item that can be picked up by the player, conferring some benefit or effect; a power-up
pickup
An instance of approaching someone and engaging in romantic flirtation and courting with the intent to pursue romance, a date, or a sexual encounter. See also pick-up line, pick-up joint, pickup artist

Hey, thanks for the drink, but if this is a pickup, I'm not interested.

pickup
Impromptu or ad hoc, especially of sports games

At lunch we had a game of pickup hockey.

pick someone up
1. go somewhere to collect someone. 2.casually strike up a relationship with someone as a sexual overture. 3. return to a point or remark made by someone in order to criticize it
pick something up
collect something that has been left elsewhere
pick something up
resume something
pick something up
obtain, acquire, or learn something. catch an illness or infection
pick something up
detect or receive a signal or sound
pick something up
(also pick up on) refer to or develop a point or topic mentioned earlier. become aware of or sensitive to something
pick something up
tidy a room or building
pick up on
(deyim) Adopt as one's own, take up
pick up on
(deyim) a.) Undetrstand, appreciate. b.) Become aware of, notice
pick me up
{i} drink that energizes and invigorates (such as coffee or an alcoholic drink)
pick up line
premeditated conversation starter intended to romantically interest someone
pickup
That which picks up; = Brush b
pickup
Usually found on a guitar, an electromagentic device that converts the mechanical energy in a plucked string into an electrical signal to power an amplifier or pre-amplifier Back
pickup
A technique of financing a motion picture
pickup
{i} van; small truck, pickup truck; act of understanding; device on a record player that holds the needle
pickup
a light truck with an open body and low sides and a tailboard anything with restorative powers; "she needed the pickup that coffee always gave her"
pickup
Any device that turns the sound of your acoustic (or electric) instrument into an electrical signal to be processed, recorded, or projected from a P A system
pickup
mechanical device consisting of a light balanced arm that carries the cartridge
pickup
a warrant to take someone into custody; "put out a pickup on that man"
pickup
Refers to the act of a patron "picking up" their reservation resources Sometimes the term is used as a noun to refer to the actual resources being picked up, i e , "pickups"
pickup
the act or process of picking up or collecting from various places; "garbage pickup is on Mondays and Thursdays"
pickup
1 A device that converts a sound, scene, or other form of intelligence into corresponding electric signals (e g , a microphone, a television camera, or a phonograph pickup)
pickup
Any device which is capable of transforming a measurable quantity of intelligence (such as sound) into relative electrical signals
pickup
A passenger truck with an open cargo bed in back, usually carrying two passengers but sometimes with room for four
pickup
A device that turns the mechanical energy of string vibration into electrical energy (an AC signal)
pickup
Any device which is capable of transforming a measurable quantity of intelligence (such as sound) into relative electrical signals (e g , a microphone) inductive or direct coupled
pickup
a casual acquaintance; often made in hope of sexual relationships
pickup
Act of picking up, as, in various games, the fielding or hitting of a ball just after it strikes the ground
pickup
A device which converts the vibrations of guitar strings into electrical signals
pickup
(Call) Pickup Allows user to answer calls ringing on other extensions within a specified pickup group, using *7 Not to be confused with the Answer Back feature
pickup
Contributions sent to STRS Ohio by the employer on a tax-deferred basis authorized under Section 414(h) of the Internal Revenue Code
pickup
anything with restorative powers; "she needed the pickup that coffee always gave her"
pickup
Alternative spelling of pick up
pickup
Transmits the vibration of the strings into an electrical signal The pickup is comprised of three primary parts, the magnet(s), copper wire, and the bobbin
pickup
Fee assessed for picking up goods from the shipper’s facility and transporting to JSI warehouse
pickup
the act of taking aboard passengers or freight
pickup
A shortened form of pickup truck
pickup
Small particles of oxide adhering to the surface of a product at irregular intervals
pickup
One that is picked up, as a meal hastily got up for the occasion, a chance acquaintance, an informal game, etc
pickup
A contact microphone on an acoustic instrument used to generate an electrical signal for use by an instrument amplifier or DI
pickup
an electro-acoustic transducer that is the part of the arm of a record player that holds the needle and that is removable
pickup
the act of taking aboard passengers or freight the act or process of picking up or collecting from various places; "garbage pickup is on Mondays and Thursdays"
pickup
the attribute of being capable of rapid acceleration; "his car has a lot of pickup"
pickup
Small particles of oxide adhering to the surface of a product
pickup
a light truck with an open body and low sides and a tailboard
pickup
Any device which is capable of transforming a measurable quantity of intelligence (such as sound) into relative electrical signals (e g a microphone)
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