How How to write: pick up or pick up

It is a verb commonly used in Spanish, but the result is very prone to confusion: Pick up or pick up? What is the correct option?</p>In this case there is no doubt and it will always be "Collect", although we can think of using the "j"

How How to write: pick up or pick up

It is a verb commonly used in Spanish, but the result is very prone to confusion: Pick up or pick up? What is the correct option?

In this case there is no doubt and it will always be "Collect", although we can think of using the "j". An unrecognized situation that would cause a spelling error.

The verb "Collect" has a large number of meanings and hence it is possible that it can be difficult to differentiate its correct spelling or avoid confusion.

The sound endings "ger" and "gir" are always written with "G" in their different verb tenses. Examples: Correct, catch, collect or direct, all are with "G".

In this case, the exception is in the words: weaving and creaking.

According to the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE), the infinitive Recoger has several entries:

1. tr. To take again, to take something for the second time.

2. tr. Pick up something that has fallen.

3. tr. Gather or congregate separate or scattered people or things.

4. tr. Make the harvest of the fruits, take the harvest.

5. tr. Said of a person: Receive or suffer the consequences or results, good or bad, of something he has done.

6. tr. Shrink, narrow or tighten, in order to reduce the length or volume of something. U.t. c. prnl.

7. tr. To tie or comb the hair in such a way that its length or volume is reduced. U.t. c. prnl.

8. tr. Save, lift or put something in a safe place. Pick up this silver.

9. tr. Gradually collect and save something, especially money.

10. tr. Arrange with good order and cleanliness the objects of a house, a room, an office, etc.

11. tr. To refold or reroll something that had been stretched, unwrapped, etc. Pick up the tablecloth, the kite string.

12. tr. Collect books, papers, cards, tools, etc., in an orderly manner when they are no longer in use.

13. tr. Said of the postal service: Remove the correspondence deposited in the mailboxes for its shipment.

14. tr. Give asylum, welcome someone.

15. tr. Admit what someone sends or delivers, take charge of it.

16. tr. Going to look for someone or something where you know it is to take it with you.

17. tr. Take into account what someone has said, to accept it, refute it or transmit it.

18. tr. Lock someone up for being crazy or foolish.

19. tr. Suspend the use or course of something to amend it or so that it has no effect.

20. prnl. Retreat somewhere, away from dealing with people.

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