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to select items from among a large number of possibilities for other people to consume and enjoy; applied to many areas including music, design, fashion, and especially digital media
to decide which you want from a number of people or things
to choose someone or something from a group
to choose someone or something from a number of possible choices
to choose something or someone to win a prize or an honour
to make a choice or decision from a range of possibilities
to formally choose someone or something for a particular purpose
to choose people or things for a test or experiment in a random way
to have the chance to choose the things that you prefer, rather than simply accepting what someone gives you
the action of deliberately dropping your microphone at the end of a speech or performance to show you think it was so good that nothing better could follow it
the thick make-up that actors put on their faces
moving with rhythm, together as one
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