Synonyms of 'choose'
to select (a person, thing, or course of action) from a number of alternativesI chose him to accompany me on my trip.
He had picked ten people to interview for the jobs.
When I took the job, I thought I could change the system.
Do you prefer a particular sort of music?
They selected only bright pupils.
The people have voted to elect a new president.
He had adopted a new country and a new profession.
designate, , , , , ,
We need to designate someone as our spokesperson.
If you run after two hares you will catch neither
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in the sense of adopt
to choose (a plan or method)He had adopted a new country and a new profession.
in the sense of designate
to select (someone) for an office or dutyWe need to designate someone as our spokesperson.
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