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2 ENTRIES FOUND:

pick off

verb

Definition of PICK OFF

transitive verb
1
:  to shoot or bring down especially one by one
2
:  to put out (a base runner who is off base) with a quick throw (as from the pitcher or catcher)
3
:  intercept <picked off a pass>

Examples of PICK OFF

  1. <picked off more passes than any other player in the division>

First Known Use of PICK OFF

1810

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