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Meaning of picó

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Second (such as 'you' ) and third (as 'they/they' ) people in singular of the indefinite preterite of indicative mode for the verb picar. See verbs/picó . And for someone looking for strange synonyms, see pickup.


Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez Image
Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

It's a stinging inflection. It can mean breaking into pieces, splitting or also biting the hook. Pinch, puncture, carve or sting. It can also mean feeling scosor, burning, irritation. It is also the way to call on the Colombian Atlantic Coast a large and very sonorous player.


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Alfonso López

It spiked : When a person is fishing and manages to catch a big fish, using fishing rod with a pick with some meat.


Jorge Luis Tovar Díaz. Image
Jorge Luis Tovar Díaz.

Picó: m. term with which the English expression is castellanizó " pick up " it is a reproductive system of music or large size turntable. Not confusing with " 34 peak; ( no tilde ) It is the sharp peak of a mountain.


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