How to Conjugate Pick Out
- Infinitive: Pick Out
- Present Tense: Pick Out/ Picks Out
- -ing Form: Picking Out
- Past Tense: Picked Out
- Past Participle: Picked Out
Definitions of Pick Out:
1. When you are able to recognize something or someone from a group.
Examples: The witness was able to pick out the perpetrator from the line up.
Bobbie has bright red hair, so she’s easy to pick out from a crowd.
2. To choose something or someone from a variety of choices.
Examples: I picked out the yellow one because it is the prettiest.
I don’t like people to pick anyone or anything out for me.
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