TO PICK UP A BARGAIN

Pick up a bargain at the sales

To pick up a bargain 

A common expression which means you buy something unusually cheap. For example: During the sales at Corte Inglés I picked up a bargain: a beautiful, blue Italian cashmere sweater for only 10 Euros. What a lucky ducky I am!!

There are lots of expressions and phrasal verbs which use the verb: TO PICK. For example: To pick a fight, To pick on people, To pick out something, To pick up the pieces.

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