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Translation of "choose" - English-Spanish dictionary

choose

verb   /tʃuːz/ ( present participle choosing, past tense chose, past participle chosen)
A1 to decide which thing you want escoger Have you chosen a name for the baby? There were lots of books to choose from.
choose to do something
B1 to decide to do something decidir hacer algo Manuela chose to take a job in Paris.
(Definition of choose from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

choose

verb /tʃuːz/ ( past tense chose /tʃouz/, past participle chosen /ˈtʃouzn/)
to take (one thing rather than another from a number of things) according to what one wants escoger Always choose (a book) carefully.
to decide (on one course of action rather than another) decidir If he chooses to resign, let him do so.
nothing / not much to choose between
hardly any difference between apenas diferencias (entre) There’s not much to choose between the two phones.
(Definition of choose from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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