- a warrant to take someone into custody
"put out a pickup on that man"
- a casual acquaintance; often made in hope of sexual relationships
- He drives a pickup truck.
- Tom bought a new pickup.
- I remember riding home on a pickup truck last Sunday.
- I remembered riding home in a pickup truck last Sunday.
- For long drives, a sedan is more comfortable than a pickup truck.
- I took Tom to the hospital in the back of my pickup truck.
- He had an old pickup truck and a big, battered mower.
- Tom is used to driving a pickup truck, but he's never driven one of those really big trucks.
- Then what is this I wonder? If it isn't dodgy door-to-door sales then could it be a new kind of pickup technique for the ladies?
- Miguel, the pickup artist, rates women's looks on a scale from one to ten, claiming that he only hits on eights and up.
- Well-drilling pickup services