Bedeutung von “choose” — Learner’s Dictionary

choose

verb us uk /tʃuːz/ past tense chose, past participle chosen
Extra Examples
The lucky winner will be able to choose from three different holidays.I just don't know which one to choose.I chose the least expensive dish on the menu.We chose her for the simple reason that she's the best person for the job.Winners will be chosen at random.

A1 [ I, T ] to decide which thing you want:

I helped my sister choose a name for her baby.
They have to choose between earning a living or getting an education.
There were lots of books to choose from.
[ + question word ] How did you choose which school to go to?
Adam was chosen as team captain.
choose to do sth

B1 to decide to do something:

Manuela chose to take a job in Paris.

(Definition von “choose” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)