Chose is a term used in common law tradition in different senses. A chose local is a thing annexed to a place, such as a mill. A chose transitory is something movable, that can be carried from place to place. However, chose in those senses is practically obsolete, and it is now used only in the phrases chose in action and ...
Chose definition, simple past tense of choose. See more.
Choose definition, to select from a number of possibilities; pick by preference: She chose Sunday for her departure. See more.
Define chose: to select freely and after consideration; to decide on especially by vote : elect; to have a preference for — chose in a sentence.
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French. Etymology. From Old French chose, from Latin causa. Compare Italian cosa, Portuguese coisa, Spanish cosa among many others. Compare cause, a borrowed doublet.
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chose definition, meaning, what is chose: past simple of choose. Learn more.
The word 'chose' rhymes with 'those' and indicates that a choice has already been made. 'Chose' is the simple past tense form of the verb 'choose'. If you are speaking of events in the past, 'chose' is the appropriate word. The MLA Style Guide ...