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- (countable & uncountable) If you have a choice, you can decide between two or more things or actions.
- I don't want to go, but I'm afraid I don't have a choice.
- Many people face a choice between money and love.
- You have a choice of three cheeses.
- It's a small shop without much choice of goods.
- He didn't have to come; he did it by choice.
- (countable) Your choice is the thing that you decide to take or do.
- His choice of jobs was a good one.
- I think coming here was the right choice.
- (usually before the noun) Choice food, drink, clothing, etc. is the best of its kind.
- He let his daughter pick out the choicest pieces of fruit.
- (usually before the noun) Choice words are very direct and critical.
- After the terrible evening, she had some choice words to share with him.