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Our aim is to provide greater choice for consumers.
These people have the choice of whether to buy a house or rent one.
Students have a choice between studying French or German.
I think parents should be able to exercise some choice over what their children see on the Internet.
If you were given the choice, would you prefer a cat or a dog?
Freedom of choice is very important for many people.
The policy will limit parental choice rather than increase it.
He was facing a difficult choice between staying with his family or working abroad.
Our childhood experiences can influence our choice of career.
He wants people to make their own choices.
The leaflet will enable you to make an informed choice about whether to go ahead with surgery.
Many poorer people are facing a stark choice between buying food or heating their homes.
The hotel has a well-run restaurant offering a good choice of dishes.
London has a wide choice of cinemas and theatres.
The top of a mountain was an unusual choice of venue for a wedding.
Greece is a popular choice for a family holiday.
I think Edinburgh University would be my first choice.
Research has shown that Owen is the preferred choice amongst middle-class voters.
Pitcher, now 56, was not an obvious choice for the job.
Parents are often crucial in determining their child's career choice.
This is the British English definition of choice. View American English definition of choice.
the part of the nucleus of an atom that has no electrical charge
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