[pik-aks] /ˈpɪkˌæks/ noun, plural pickaxes. 1. a pick, especially a mattock. verb (used with object), pickaxed, pickaxing. 2. to cut or clear away with a pickax. verb (used without object), pickaxed, pickaxing. 3. to use a pickax. /ˈpɪkˌæks/ noun 1. a large pick or mattock verb 2. to use a pickaxe on (earth, rocks, etc) […]
- Pick cell
Pick cell (pĭk) n. See Niemann-Pick cell.
[pikt] /pɪkt/ adjective 1. specially chosen or selected, usually for special skill: a crew of picked men. 2. cleared or cleaned by or as if by : picked fruit. [pik-id, pikt] /ˈpɪk ɪd, pɪkt/ adjective, Chiefly Dialect. 1. having or coming to a sharp point; peaked; pointed. [pik] /pɪk/ verb (used with object) 1. to […]
[pik-eer] /pɪkˈɪər/ verb (used without object), Obsolete. 1. to engage in skirmishes in advance of troops of an army. 2. to reconnoiter; scout; survey.