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Do you feel that you chose the wrong career?
There is a huge range of vacations to choose from.
She is forced to choose between her husband and her parents.
How do you choose which car you are going to buy?
I like this job because I can choose when and where I do the work.
Atlanta was chosen as the site for the 1996 Olympic Games.
Surely he wasn't just chosen for his good looks?
The winner was chosen out of thousands who sent in photos.
This is the American English definition of choose. View British English definition of choose.
a substance that scientists think exists out in space, but for which they have no direct proof
… to reveal a small part of your intentions in order to attract support, without actually committing yourself to doing anythingadd a word
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