/tʃuz/v[I/T](past tensechose/tʃoʊz/, past participlechosen/ˈtʃoʊ·zən/)
›to think about which one of several things is the one you want, and take the action to get it: [T]Parents can choose the schools that they want their kids to go to.[I]I can’t choose - I like both lamps.[+ to infinitive]On this issue, Congress chose to fight the president.[I]There was not much to choose between them (= They are similar).[+ question word]You can choose what you like and we’ll send it to you.