Pick" off(?), v. t. 1. (Baseball) to put out a baserunner who is off base by tagging him/her, especially by a quick throw from the pitcher or catcher.
2. to shoot so as to kill or disable, especially one by one from a position or in a situation where the target is unable to return fire at the shooter; -- used commonly of sniper fire. "The sniper
picked off a dozen passersby from the tower before he was shot down by police."
(Football) to intercept (a pass).
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