Translation of cherry-pick in Spanish:


elegir los mejores, v.

Pronunciation /ˈtʃɛriˌpɪk/ /ˈtʃɛrɪpɪk/

transitive verb

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    (candidates/students/proposals) elegir los mejores
    • We don't want someone coming in and cherry-picking the profitable routes; what happens to the really fragile lifeline services then?
    • He added that the government had already allowed private firms to cherry-pick profitable work.
    • While Scotland will be able to cherry-pick the best aspects of this US experience, there will be a different emphasis because of the strength of the voluntary sector.
    • To a certain extent, you have the advantage of being able to cherry-pick your business customers.
    • One smart tactic is to ask for the names of an investment banker's last 10 clients - that way the banker won't be able to cherry-pick the best deals.
    • It could also bring us one step closer to easily building our own laptops and being able to cherry-pick the best components for a laptop's particular mission.
    • This would have left open the opportunity for a reader to cherry-pick the information they want.
    • It allows them to buy another company and then dump the costliest individual policyholders and cherry-pick the healthiest, most profitable ones.
    • Instead, he instigated a demand-led programme, encouraging staff to come up with innovative ideas and then cherry-picking those that would add value to the economy.
    • Such expansion is vital if affordable loans are to remain available to the less well - off, given that banks are increasingly cherry-picking the best customers.
    • In 1877 Japanese nobles formed the Iwakura mission and travelled the world cherry-picking ideas on how to industrialise the country.
    • Now it was being implied he had cherry-picked phrases from someone else's book.
    • While not all of them will make it, you can still potentially cherry-pick the stars of tomorrow.
    • When they make promises, they cherry-pick specific items and refuse to explain how much they would cost or how they would pay for them.
    • If the private sector is allowed to cherry-pick the juiciest parts of the mail delivery industry, will that mean that rural areas, for example, will receive a poorer service?
    • Many scientists cherry-pick favourable results; others change direction when interesting results emerge.
    • They go up if the enforcers cherry-pick the easiest cases, instead of the most serious ones.
    • Rather, we must lay the groundwork and not just try to cherry-pick the easy wins or ‘flavor of the month’ issues.
    • They'll cherry-pick all the problems and ignore any positives.
    • Federal prosecutors are free to cherry-pick high-profile or politically expedient cases, knowing that the cases they reject probably will be prosecuted in state court.