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Definition of the verb Pick on
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- [idiomatic] To bully, harass or make fun of a victim; to bother or harass.
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by Paul Dickson
“Smith made a good pick on that sharply hit grounder.” 3. v. To catch a ball in the dirt. “ Hatty [converted first baseman Scott Hatteberg] picked a throw out of the dirt—a play ...
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