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  1. choose

    • IPA[CHo͞oz]

    美式

    • v.
      pick out or select (someone or something) as being the best or most appropriate of two or more alternatives;decide on a course of action, typically after rejecting alternatives
    • verb: choose, 3rd person present: chooses, gerund or present participle: choosing, past tense: chose, past participle: chosen

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    • v.
      past participle of choose
    • adj.
      having been selected as the best or most appropriate: he is by no means a forerunner in his chosen field

    Oxford Dictionary

    • v.
      past participle of choose
    • adj.
      having been selected as the best or most appropriate: music is his chosen vocation

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • past of choose

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    • past of choose

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    • adj.
      poorly considered: I apologize for my ill-chosen words the ill-chosen music is overloud and irritating

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    • ph.
      a group of people who are special or different, typically in a way thought to be unfair

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    • ph.
      a small group of people who enjoy special privileges or treatment, typically in a way thought ...

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    • adj.
      carefully selected, especially for a particular effect: he would sum up any situation with a few well-chosen words

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    • IPA[tʃuːz]

    英式

    • v.
      pick out (someone or something) as being the best or most appropriate of two or more alternatives: he chose a seat facing the door there are many versions to choose from

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