Choose may refer to: Choice, the act of judging the merits of multiple options and selecting one of them for action; Binomial coefficient, a mathematical function ...
(especially in children's games) to contend with (an opponent) to decide, as by
odd or even, who will do something: I'll
to decide that a particular person or thing is the one that you want. : to make a choice about what to do. Yes, irregardless" is a word. No, that doesn't mean you ...
v. chose (chōz), cho·sen choos·ing, choos·es. v.tr. 1. To select from a number of
possible alternatives; decide on and pick out: Which book did you
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From Middle English chosen, chesen, from Old English ċēosan (“to
There is little or no difference between: there is little to