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pick up

Traducción de pick up en español:

  • 3verb + object + adverb/verbo + complemento + adverbio 3.1 (revive) reanimar 3.2 (correct) corregir* he picked me up every time I made a mistake me corregía cada vez que me equivocabato pick sb up on sth I must pick you up on that perdón, pero eso es discutible or eso no es así she picked him up on a few points of historical detail le señaló algunos detalles históricos donde se había equivocado
  • 4verb + adverb/verbo + adverbio 4.1 (improve) [prices/sales] subir, repuntar; [economy/business] repuntar; [invalid] mejorar, recuperarse it looks as though the weather's picking up parece que está mejorando el tiempo 4.2 (resume) seguir*, continuar* 4.3 (tidy up)to pick up after sb I'm fed up picking up after you all the time estoy harto de ordenar lo que tú desordenas 4.4 (notice) [colloquial/familiar] to pick up on sth darse* cuenta de algo 4.5 (take advantage) to pick up on sth aprovechar algo, sacarle* jugo a algo [colloquial/familiar] 4.6 (start relationship) [colloquial/familiar] to pick up with sb empezar* a salir con algn he's picked up with another girl ha empezado a salir con otra [colloquial/familiar]
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