Obsolete. past participle of choose
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Chose definition, simple past tense of choose. See more.
Examples: You need to choose a color of paint for the walls. VS. Chose.
Definition: Past tense of 'choose'. Selected as an alternative over another.
a piece of personal property chose in action : a right to something (as payment of
a debt or damages for injury) that can be recovered in a lawsuit; also : a ...
An item of personal property; a chattel. [French, from Latin causa, thing, case,
reason.] American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition.
The definition of chose is the past form of choose and means to have made a
selection. An example of chose is someone saying they picked the best pumpkin
chose definition, meaning, what is chose: past simple of choose. Learn more.
choose definition, meaning, what is choose: to decide what you want from two or
more things or possibilities: . Learn more.
Common Errors in English: Choose or Chose or Choice.