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Picker

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Noun

1. chooser, picker, selector

a person who chooses or selects out

2. picker

someone who gathers crops or fruits etc.

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Picker

see synonyms of picker
noun
1. 
a person or thing that picks, esp that gathers fruit, crops, etc
2. 
(in weaving) a person or the part of the loom that casts the shuttle

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Picker

see synonyms of picker
noun
a person or thing that picks
; specif.,
a.  US, Informal
a musician who plays guitar, banjo, etc., esp. in country music
b. 
a machine for picking fibers
noun
a device that throws the shuttle through the warp in weaving

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Picker

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v. picked, pick·ing, picks
v.tr.
1. To select from a group: The best swimmer was picked.
2.
a. To gather in; harvest: They were picking cotton.
b. To gather the harvest from: picked the field in one day.
3.
a. To remove the outer covering of; pluck: pick a chicken clean of feathers.
b. To tear off bit by bit: pick meat from the bones.
4. To remove extraneous matter from (the teeth, for example).
5. To poke and pull at (something) with the fingers.
6. To break up, separate, or detach by means of a sharp pointed instrument.
7. To pierce or make (a hole) with a sharp pointed instrument.
8. To take up (food) with the beak; peck: The parrot picked its seed.
9. To steal the contents of: My pocket was picked.
10. To open (a lock) without the use of a key.
11. To provoke: pick a fight.
12. Music
a. To pluck (an instrument's strings).
b. To play (an instrument) by plucking its strings.
c. To play (a tune) in this manner: picked a melody out on the guitar.
v.intr.
1. To decide with care or forethought.
2. To work with a pick.
3. To find fault or make petty criticisms; carp: He's always picking about something.
4. To be harvested or gathered: The ripe apples picked easily.
n.
1. The act of picking, especially with a sharp pointed instrument.
2. The act of selecting or choosing; choice: got first pick of the desserts.
3. Something selected as the most desirable; the best or choicest part: the pick of the crop.
4. The amount or quantity of a crop that is picked by hand.
5. Sports An interception of a pass.
6. Basketball A screen.

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