English version

the pick of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe pick of somethingthe pick of somethinginformalBEST the best things in a group In tonight’s programme we’ll be discussing the pick of this month’s new movies. There were fifteen candidates for the job, and he was the pick of the bunch (=the best one). pick
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the pick of somethingNo question, though, about the pick of probably the largest and choicest crop of books in the game's history.And the good news is you can download the pick of the crop, for free.As the Helliwell sisters always had the pick of the best jobs, they of course lived there while working in London.Others however, may be losing out because the online account they chose is no longer the pick of the bunch.This site provides information on the pick of the current deals and a mortgage search facility.It's the pick of this month's new movies.It's the pick of the ties although the game between holders East Belfast and Killyleagh will attract a lot of attention.Joey Benjamin was the pick of the Surrey bowlers with four for 79 off 29 overs.Bob Matthews was the pick of the Talybont bowlers taking 1-12 while John Wheeler grabbed 2-47.
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