English version

picky

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpickypick‧y /ˈpɪki/ adjective informal 🔊 🔊 CHOOSEsomeone who is picky only likes particular things and not others, and so is not easy to please syn fussy 🔊 He’s a very picky eater.
Examples from the Corpus
pickyAt these prices, one can hardly be picky.I get really finicky and picky.Ralph, though, was in no position to be picky.This time you are going to be very picky.With more than 60 museums from which to choose, visitors to Paris must be picky.Dinner's fine, but it's on me, as long as you don't get picky and expect anything too complicated.The child may be a very picky eater; for example, refusing anything but peanut butter sandwiches and macaroni.picky eaterThe child may be a very picky eater; for example, refusing anything but peanut butter sandwiches and macaroni.
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