1. to lift
I have to lift potatoes tomorrow, next week it will be too late.
to lift heavy things
English word "a ridica"(to lift) occurs in sets:Top Romanian verbs 251 - 300
2. to raise
We're planning to raise taxes.
to raise eyebrows
3. pick up
It's easier to pick up English when among Englishmen.
pick up mushrooms
She had a brain tumor, unfortunately we didn't pick up.
I find it very difficult to pick up languages, it takes me lots of practice.
As I was staying at my friends' in London, I tried to pick up some English slang.
I have to pick up Brad at Jeff's after dinner. / 2. If you're in, pick up.
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i spent a month in Florence and was able to pick up quite a bit of italian
The number of applicants will pick up during the autumn.
I dropped Sara off at school. - I picked Sara up from school. / Can you please pick up my dress from the cleaners on your way home? / If you're in, pick up. / Please come back here and pick up your jacket.
You will probably pick up more of the meaning with each listen.
How long should it take to learn English? The answer depends on many things, such as your motivation and your age. But you’re never too old to pick up some tips to speed up your learning.
Let's pick up where we left off yesterday.
We’re hoping that things will pick up in the next quarter. This quarter has been terrible.
if a business or social situation picks up. If the wind pick up it becomes stronger
English word "a ridica"(pick up) occurs in sets:TOEFL - Verbe frazale 151 - 175