Definition of first pick
- The girls got to choose their partners, and she got (the) first pick.
- She was their first pick for the lead role in the play.
: preceding all others in time, order, or importance: such as
: being the lowest forward gear or speed of a motor vehicle
: before another in time, space, or importance
: in the first place
: for the first time
: one that is number one in a series — see Table of Numbers
: something that is first: such as
: the first occurrence or item of a kind
: to pierce, penetrate, or break up with a pointed instrument
: to remove bit by bit
: to remove covering or adhering matter from
: a blow or stroke with a pointed instrument
: the act or privilege of choosing or selecting : choice
: the best or choicest one
: a heavy, usually long-handled iron or steel tool pointed at one or both ends — compare mattock
: to throw or thrust with effort : hurl
: to throw (a shuttle) across the loom
: the act of pitching or throwing
: something thrown
: a throw of the shuttle
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