Definición de picky en inglés


Pronunciación /ˈpikē/ /ˈpɪki/

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adjetivopickier, pickiest

  • Fastidious, especially excessively so.

    ‘she had been a picky eater as a child’
    • ‘She only had five dollars left, and Arin was a very picky eater.’
    • ‘If your child's a picky eater, pay attention to the foods he or she especially likes and adapt the menu as these preferences change.’
    • ‘In spite of some strong dislikes, though, rats are not picky eaters.’
    • ‘Every kid is a picky eater, but if you work around that and go out of your way to always cook for them the things they like, they'll never get over it.’
    • ‘Not only was I a picky eater but it just didn't seem to appeal to me.’
    • ‘For eaters picky about the taste of food, liquid calories are easier to get down - no chewing involved.’
    • ‘In short, they're picky eaters, and their appetites are capricious and unpredictable.’
    • ‘A picky eater, Bell never ate vegetables because she didn't know how to prepare them in tasty ways.’
    • ‘I was a very picky eater, often refusing to eat, unless it was something I wanted.’
    • ‘She's a relatively picky eater and likes mostly American meat and potatoes type dishes.’
    • ‘Now, I was always the picky eater and my Mom never had the patience to get me to eat. Gran would make me the things I liked and then feed them to me.’
    • ‘This apparently made it good enough for my picky eaters, and they polished off the whole bowl in minutes.’
    • ‘Thankfully I was not a picky eater, and an active lifestyle promoted a healthy, almost insatiable appetite.’
    • ‘And they're usually somewhat picky about what they will or will not take.’
    • ‘It was late, I was tired and in no mood to be picky about lodging.’
    • ‘There was once a day when you could afford to be picky, you see.’
    • ‘It's Saturday, the kids are at their father's house and Justin is busy reworking something for a picky client.’
    • ‘One-star hotels are best for budget travelers who aren't too picky about where they sleep as long as it's cheap.’
    • ‘Don't mean to seem too picky while asking for help, but I really do need something that meets all these criteria.’
    • ‘I'm less picky, and while I understand their complaint, I worked past it and had a good time.’
    troublesome, tiresome, trying, exasperating, demanding, unmanageable, intractable, perverse, contrary, recalcitrant, obstreperous, refractory, fractious