To Pick Out
To Take Out
transitive verb, godan verb
To take something and then remove it, is when you reach in and grab something and choose it and pull it out. This is to pick out or to take out.
The readings come from the individual words 取る and 出す. Put them together and you should be able to read this word too.
I saw a man take the smartphone out of Michael’s bag.
The woman took a pen out of her pocket.
Can you take the pufferfish out of the oven for me?