choice

  • 1 choice´ly — choice «choys», noun, adjective, choic|er, choic|est. –n. 1. the act of choosing; selection: »She was careful in her choice of friends. We had the choice of a house or an apartment. The choice of color, material, and style is all important in… …

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  • 2 Choice FM — Broadcast area England and Wales Slogan Your Number One Urban Station Frequency 96.9, 107.1 MHz (London) Sky: 0114 Freesat: 720 TalkTalk TV: 622 …

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  • 3 choice — n Choice, option, alternative, preference, selection, election are comparable when they mean the act or opportunity of choosing or the thing chosen. Choice usually implies the right or the privilege to choose freely from a number (as of persons,… …

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  • 4 choice — Ⅰ. choice UK US /tʃɔɪs/ noun [S or U] ► a range of different things that are available to choose from: a choice of sb/sth »Finding the best bank account takes patience there is a choice of more than 60. a choice between sth and sth »When… …

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  • 5 choice — [chois] n. [ME & OFr chois < choisir, to choose < Goth kausjan, to taste, test: see CHOOSE] 1. the act of choosing; selection 2. the right, power, or chance to choose; option 3. a person or thing chosen 4. the best or most preferable part 5 …

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  • 6 Choice — (chois), n. [OE. chois, OF. chois, F. choix, fr. choisir to choose; of German origin; cf. Goth. kausjan to examine, kiusan to choose, examine, G. kiesen. [root]46. Cf. {Choose}.] 1. Act of choosing; the voluntary act of selecting or separating… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 7 choice — choice·less; choice·ly; choice·ness; mis·choice; an·ti·choice; choice; …

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  • 8 choice — I (alternatives offered) noun delectus, discretion, discrimination, election, opportunities, option, pick, remaining courses, remaining options, selection, substitutes associated concepts: alternative causes of action, counsel of one s own… …

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  • 9 Choice — Choice, a. [Compar. {Choicer}; superl. {Choicest}.] 1. Worthly of being chosen or preferred; select; superior; precious; valuable. [1913 Webster] My choicest hours of life are lost. Swift. [1913 Webster] 2. Preserving or using with care, as… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 10 Choice — ist der Name mehrerer Orte in den Vereinigten Staaten: Choice (Minnesota) Choice (Texas) Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Unterscheidung mehrerer mit demselben Wort bezeichneter Begriffe …

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  • 11 choice — (n.) c.1300, from O.Fr. chois (12c., Mod.Fr. choix), from verb choisir to choose, from a Germanic source (Cf. Gothic kausjan to taste, test ), from P.Gmc. base *kaus , *keus , from PIE root *geus to taste, choose (see GUSTO (Cf. gusto)). Replaced …

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  • 12 choice — [adj] best, superior 10*, 24 karat*, A 1*, elect, elite, excellent, exceptional, exclusive, exquisite, fine, first class, hand picked, nice, popular, precious, preferential, preferred, prime, prize, rare, select, solid gold*, special, topdrawer* …

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  • 13 Choice — est le pseudonyme sous lequel Laurent Garnier, Shazz et Ludovic Navarre ont produit le morceau Acid Eiffel, publié en 1993 sur le label Fragile Records, ainsi que le Paris EP publié en 1993 sur le label Fnac Music Dance Division puis réédité en… …

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  • 14 choice — ► NOUN 1) an act of choosing. 2) the right or ability to choose. 3) a range from which to choose. 4) something chosen. ► ADJECTIVE 1) of very good quality. 2) (of language) rude and abusive …

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  • 15 Choice — For other uses, see Choice (disambiguation). Choice consists of the mental process of judging the merits of multiple options and selecting one of them. While a choice can be made between imagined options ( what would I do if ...? ), often a… …

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  • 16 choice — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 act of choosing ADJECTIVE ▪ careful, good, informed, right, wise ▪ a careful choice of words ▪ bad …

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  • 17 choice — choice1 [ tʃɔıs ] noun *** 1. ) singular or uncount the opportunity or right to choose between different things: Our aim is to provide greater choice for consumers. have a/the choice: These people have the choice of whether to buy a house or rent …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 18 choice — I UK [tʃɔɪs] / US noun Word forms choice : singular choice plural choices *** 1) [singular/uncountable] the opportunity or right to choose between different things Our aim is to provide greater choice for consumers. have a/the choice: These… …

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  • 19 choice — 1 /tSOIs/ noun 1 ABILITY TO CHOOSE (singular, uncountable) the right to choose or the chance to choose between several things: Nowadays both men and women are able to exercise choice as to whom they marry. (+ between): a genuinely free choice… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 20 choice — choice1 W1S1 [tʃɔıs] n [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: chois, from choisir to choose ] 1.) [U and C] if you have a choice, you can choose between several things →↑choose choice between ▪ Voters have a choice between three main political… …

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