Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by rasmusonline, Feb 1, 2011.
According to this
I've never heard of it before.
Ok thanks for your try then.
Anyone else?? WTF is going on, no native speakers here??
pick something away
to pull or pinch something loose from something. Mary picked the meat away from the bones. He picked away the burrs.
I don't see "to pick away at sth."
It says "to pick away at it"
"it" being "sth" or "something".
Ah, I see. You're teaching everyone sth.
And I'm not a native English speaker.
No, you are merely amazing
could someone please explain where all the normal people are??.....I seem to be stuck in a thread full of weirdo's
I don't think that is English
The iPhone section is in a different area.
It's actually "pick away at the Sith". Those Jedi are always trying to "pick away", or get rid of the Sith Lords. It seems the Jedi were a bit upset about Emperor Palpatine and Darth Vader's whole "kill all the Jedi" plan.
"I got a whole bag of "sth" here with your name on it." - Dr. Evil.
edit: never mind...
Sounds good to me!
So in conclusion "to pick away at sth." means "to get rid of sth." ???
Is that when the sth htz teh fna?