Definition of 'choose'
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On past behaviour he is unlikely to choose either course. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But my role in her life is to give her the chance to choose what she wants to do. The Sun (2016)The clips chosen were available online. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If you left the cup alone, this means you chose to ignore a reward. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Choose from 19 courses including beauty and sports nutrition. The Sun (2016)I have chosen to ignore this and focus on the job. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Throughout the referendum campaign, the leaders of universities either did not know or chose to ignore these facts. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The chosen ten books will be shown to British publishers at a book fair in Italy in the spring. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But we can only choose from those available. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Your brain just chooses to ignore it. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You also need to choose a course with a higher than average chance of a place. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We want families and shoppers to stop by for a coffee while choosing their library books. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They now know about each other and want me to choose. The Sun (2009)Those who deny the science or choose excuses over action are playing with fire. The Sun (2013)All the books chosen are available as complete books from audible. Times, Sunday Times (2014)She has chosen to ignore the facts. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They choose when they want to go autonomous. The Sun (2013)The scale of the action is chosen rather than given by circumstance. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He chooses to ignore the health dangers. The Sun (2016)My book was chosen in part because it deals with issues familiar to many prisoners. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The woman chooses who she wants at the birth. The Sun (2014)How management answers them determines what course of action it will choose. MANAGING FOR RESULTS (1986) Choosing a new book for your reading group can be frustratingly hit and miss. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He wanted us to choose careers that fired our imaginations. Times, Sunday Times (2009)For example it could include a chose in action. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She could not understand the concept of popular will and therefore chose to ignore an increasingly strident voice. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Do lots of research before you choose your course and visit the places you are selecting if you can. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They clearly chose the former course. After Thatcher (1989)But they choose to ignore you. Times, Sunday Times (2014)If balsamic vinegar is available, choose this instead. The Sun (2010)You have to choose the course, counting on yourself. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It matters which man it chooses, of course it does. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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British English: choose /tʃuːz/ VERB
If you choose someone or something from all the people or things that are available, you decide to have that person or thing.
They will be able to choose their own leaders in democratic elections.
It would be nice to buy all of these things, but most of us have to choose.
- American English: choose
- Arabic: يَخْتارُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: escolher
- Chinese: 选择
- Croatian: birati
- Czech: vybrat
- Danish: vælge
- Dutch: kiezen
- European Spanish: elegir escoger
- Finnish: valita
- French: choisir
- German: auswählen
- Greek: επιλέγω
- Italian: scegliere
- Japanese: 選ぶ
- Korean: 선택하다
- Norwegian: velge
- Polish: wybrać
- European Portuguese: escolher
- Romanian: a alege
- Russian: выбирать
- Spanish: elegir
- Swedish: välja
- Thai: เลือก
- Turkish: seçmek
- Ukrainian: обирати
- Vietnamese: lựa chọn
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