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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of pick apart

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of pick apart:
/pɪk əpɑɹt/

Derived Form of pick

noun
plural: picks
verb
third person: picks
past: picked
past participle: picked
present participle: picking
Noun
1
the person or thing chosen or selected
  1. he was my pick for mayor
Synonymschoice, selection,
Hyponymsfavorite, pleasure, way,
Hypernymsdecision making,
Type ofdeciding, decision making,
Typesfavorite, favourite, pleasure, way,
2
the quantity of a crop that is harvested
  1. he sent the first picking of berries to the market
  2. it was the biggest peach pick in years
Synonymspicking,
Hypernymsoutput,
Type ofoutput, production, yield,
3
the best people or things in a group
  1. the cream of England's young men were killed in the Great War
Synonymscream,
Hypernymselite,
Type ofelite, elite group,
4
the yarn woven across the warp yarn in weaving
Synonymswoof, weft, filling,
Hypernymsthread,
Holonymsweave,
Type ofthread, yarn,
Part ofcloth, fabric, material, textile, weave,
5
a small thin device (of metal or plastic or ivory) used to pluck a stringed instrument
Synonymsplectrum, plectron,
Hyponymsguitar pick,
Hypernymsdevice,
Type ofdevice,
Typesguitar pick,
6
a thin sharp implement used for removing unwanted material
  1. he used a pick to clean the dirt out of the cracks
Hyponymsicepick, toothpick,
Hypernymshand tool,
7
a heavy iron tool with a wooden handle and a curved head that is pointed on both ends
  1. they used picks and sledges to break the rocks
Synonymspickax, pickaxe,
Hyponymsmattock,
Hypernymsedge tool,
Type ofedge tool,
Typesmattock,
8
a basketball maneuver; obstructing an opponent with one's body
  1. he was called for setting an illegal pick
Hypernymsbasketball play,
Type ofbasketball play,
9
the act of choosing or selecting
  1. your choice of colors was unfortunate
  2. you can take your pick
Synonymschoice, selection, option,
Hyponymscasting, coloration, decision, election, sampling, volition, vote,
Hypernymsaction,
Type ofaction,
Typesballot, balloting, casting, coloration, colouration, conclusion, decision, determination, election, sampling, volition, vote, voting, willing,
10
a thin sharp implement used for picking
Type ofhand tool,
Typesice pick, icepick, toothpick,
Verb
1
select carefully from a group
  1. She finally picked her successor
  2. He picked his way carefully
Hyponymshand-pick,
Hypernymschoose,
Type ofchoose, pick out, select, take,
Typeshand-pick,
See alsopicker,
2
look for and gather
  1. pick mushrooms
  2. pick flowers
Synonymspluck, cull,
Hyponymsberry, mushroom,
Hypernymsgather,
Type ofcollect, garner, gather, pull together,
Typesberry, mushroom,
See alsopick off, pick over, pick up, picker, picking,
3
harass with constant criticism
  1. Don't always pick on your little brother
Synonymsblame, find fault,
Hypernymsknock,
Type ofcriticise, criticize, knock, pick apart,
4
provoke
  1. pick a fight or a quarrel
Hypernymsprovoke,
Type ofcall forth, evoke, kick up, provoke,
5
remove in small bits
  1. pick meat from a bone
Hypernymsremove,
Type ofremove, take, take away, withdraw,
6
remove unwanted substances from, such as feathers or pits
  1. Clean the turkey
Synonymsclean,
Hypernymsremove,
Type ofremove, take, take away, withdraw,
7
pilfer or rob
  1. pick pockets
Hypernymsrob,
Type ofrob,
See alsopickings,
8
pay for something
  1. pick up the tab
  2. pick up the burden of high-interest mortgages
  3. foot the bill
Synonymsfoot,
Hypernymspay,
Type ofpay,
9
pull lightly but sharply with a plucking motion
  1. he plucked the strings of his mandolin
Synonymspluck, plunk,
Hyponymstwang,
Hypernymspull,
Type ofdraw, force, pull,
Typestwang,
10
attack with or as if with a pickaxe of ice or rocky ground, for example
  1. Pick open the ice
Synonymsbreak up,
Hypernymspierce,
Entailmentschop,
Type ofpierce,
11
hit lightly with a picking motion
Synonymspeck, beak,
Hypernymsstrike,
Type ofstrike,
12
eat intermittently; take small bites of
  1. He pieced at the sandwich all morning
  2. She never eats a full meal--she just nibbles
Synonymsnibble, piece,
Hypernymseat,
Type ofeat,

Derived Form of apart

adjective
comparitive: more apart
superlative: most apart
Adjective satellite
1
remote and separate physically or socially; ; - W.H.Hudson
  1. existed over the centuries as a world apart
  2. preserved because they inhabited a place apart
  3. tiny isolated villages remote from centers of civilization
  4. an obscure village
Synonymsisolated, obscure,
2
having characteristics not shared by others; - Vannever Bush
  1. scientists felt they were a group apart
Adverb
1
separated or at a distance in place or position or time
  1. These towns are many miles apart
  2. stood with his legs apart
  3. born two years apart
2
not taken into account or excluded from consideration
  1. these problems apart, the country is doing well
  2. all joking aside, I think you're crazy
Synonymsaside,
3
away from another or others
  1. they grew apart over the years
  2. kept apart from the group out of shyness
  3. decided to live apart
4
placed or kept separate and distinct as for a purpose
  1. had a feeling of being set apart
  2. quality sets it apart
  3. a day set aside for relaxing
Synonymsaside,
5
one from the other
  1. people can't tell the twins apart
6
into parts or pieces
  1. he took his father's watch apart
  2. split apart
  3. torn asunder
Synonymsasunder,
Adjective
1
remote and separate physically or socially
Synonymsisolated, obscure,
Similarunconnected,
2
not living together as man and wife
Synonymsseparate, separated,
Similardivided,
3
having characteristics not shared by others
Similarseparate,

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