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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: The act or process of picking up: the pickup and delivery of farm produce.
- noun: Sports The act of striking or fielding a ball after it has touched the ground: a good pickup and throw from third base.
- noun: Capacity for acceleration: a sports car with good pickup.
- noun: Informal An improvement in condition or activity: a pickup in sales.
- noun: Slang An arrest by a law enforcement officer.
- noun: One that is picked up, especially:
- noun: Passengers or freight: Taxi drivers expect good tips from airport pickups.
- noun: Informal A hitchhiker.
- noun: Slang A stranger with whom casual acquaintance is made, usually in anticipation of sexual relations.
- noun: Accounting A balance brought forward.
- noun: Previous journalistic copy to which succeeding copy is added.
- noun: Music See
- noun: One that picks up, especially:
- noun: A pickup truck.
- noun: The rotary rake on a piece of machinery, such as a harvester, that picks up windrowed hay or straw.
- noun: Electronics A device that converts the oscillations of a phonograph needle into electrical impulses for subsequent conversion into sound.
- noun: Electronics The tone arm of a record player.
- noun: The reception of light or sound waves for conversion to electrical impulses.
- noun: The apparatus used for such reception.
- noun: A telecast originating outside a studio.
- noun: The apparatus for transmitting a broadcast from an outside place to the broadcasting station.
- adjective: Being, relating to, or involving a group of people assembled informally for a temporary purpose: a pickup orchestra; a pickup baseball game.