pick upphrasal verb

  • ja車で迎えに行く、手に入れる、得る
  • ento collect someone waiting for you or to collect something tangible or intangible, such as a package, a skill, an illness, etc.

Examples

PLAY
0:55 / --:--
Mute
1.
Well, I'm sorry your car broke down, Pheebs.
2.
But I'm a little too busy with some of my real friends right now.
3.
But please call to let me know you got home safely—
4.
Phoebe, hang on a second.
5.
- Here, take my car, go pick up your friends. - No.
6.
- I am not gonna pick them up. - Listen.
7.
We both know you're gonna do it 'cause you're not a jerk, okay?
8.
So you can either sulk here for half an hour and then go pick them up,
9.
or you can save us both time and sulk in the car.
PLAY
0:44 / --:--
Mute
1.
Thank you for taking the materials.
2.
Make sure you also pick up the files that are on Peralta's desk.
3.
Wow, that is not how I saw it playing out.
4.
Sir, I thought you said this was my case.
5.
I gave you two weeks.
6.
I'm done fending off the Organized Crime unit.
7.
Squad, since Peralta's briefing was cut short, you can all use this time to clean up your desks.
PLAY
4:23 / --:--
Mute
1.
Listen, I've got a sixer, "Automatic for the People" on the jukebox.
2.
Let's hit the park after sundown. Come on.
3.
Pick up some sausage if you want.
4.
I think you'll find what you're looking for over there.
PLAY
0:00 / --:--
Mute
1.
I need to go to Newsteader, New York.
2.
I gotta pick up a pair of ruby earrings I pawned before I went into hiding.
3.
Newsteader's like 6 hours away.
4.
I'm not so sure we can get there and back in time.
PLAY
0:00 / --:--
Mute
1.
I'm supposed to pick up Cagney and Lacey from daycare in 30 minutes.
2.
But I have to stay late to work on my application I just got from Hope.
3.
They're 6. They can take the subway.
4.
Rosa, that's crazy.
5.
They're babies.
6.
Terry, just call them an Uber.
7.
Or just have your sitter pick them up.
8.
Scully actually has the most reasonable idea.
PLAY
5:21 / --:--
Mute
1.
Go home, change. I'll pick you up in half an hour.
2.
Okay.
PLAY
0:00 / --:--
Mute
1.
Where are you?
2.
Picking up Amy's dad at the airport.

Other meanings for pick up...

pick upphrasal verb

  • ja持ち上げる
  • ento lift someone or something
PLAY
1:08 / --:--
Mute
1.
After dinner, me, her, and Pepper all fell asleep in front of the fire.
2.
Well, I woke up in the middle of the night and I saw that the fire was dying out,
3.
so I picked up a log and threw it on.
4.
Or at least what I thought was a log.
PLAY
2:52 / --:--
Mute
1.
Oh, help, help. I seem to have dropped my doll.
2.
I'm way too weak to pick it up myself.
3.
Here, Angelica.
4.
Thanks, Chuckie.
5.
What'd I do?
PLAY
4:34 / --:--
Mute
1.
Pick it up, pick it up.
2.
Oh!
PLAY
5:01 / --:--
Mute
1.
Jacks.
2.
Bounce the rubber ball.
3.
Try to pick up the jacks all at once.
4.
Two.
PLAY
1:52 / --:--
Mute
1.
Oh, I ate it.
2.
I ate the donut. Oh, my gosh.
3.
I could eat all of them.
4.
I love donuts.
5.
Woo-hoo!
6.
Oh, I can't pick that up. All right, where—
7.
I thought I ate them.
8.
Oh, I didn't eat these ones either.
9.
Ew.
10.
Uh-oh.
11.
That might have not been a good choice, but all right, let's get going.
PLAY
2:49 / --:--
Mute
1.
Well, if we don't do anything at all, then we can't kill it, right?
2.
Like, I guess?
3.
- Ah, pick it up! - You pick it up!
4.
Oh, shut up, you poop duds. You just need to feed it!
5.
We can try that.
6.
It's not working, dude! What the hell are our nipples for anyway?!
7.
Well, we can't let it starve to death!
PLAY
6:00 / --:--
Mute
1.
Olivia wins the game!
2.
I won!
3.
- Oh! - Yes!
4.
- Yes. - Oh, my God. I won.
5.
Mmm.
6.
Congratulations, you are the winner of 'Don't You Dare Move.'
7.
Teddy bear! I can't even pick it up.
8.
- Oh, that's a big bear. - That's really big!
9.
- Woo! - Ah, ya, ya!
PLAY
10:02 / --:--
Mute
1.
So, light as this is, it gets to be really heavy
2.
when it's the weight on the end of the long lever that is your arm.
3.
Oh, sure.
4.
I'm gonna pick this up and I'm gonna hold it straight forward.
5.
We'll notice that almost everybody has their shoulder sort of pressed forward.
6.
Right.
7.
Bearing the load of that weight is stopping right about here.
8.
Your arm's gonna get really tired really fast.