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Translation of "option" - English-Spanish dictionary

option

noun   /ˈɒp·ʃən/
B1 a choice opción The menu doesn’t have many options. You always have the option of not attending.
(Definition of option from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

option

noun /ˈopʃən/
choice opción You have no option but to obey him.
optional adjective
a matter of choice opcional Music is optional at our school an optional subject.
(Definition of option from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “option”
in Korean 선택…
in Arabic خَيار…
in Malaysian pilihan…
in French choix…
in Russian выбор, предмет выбора…
in Chinese (Traditional) 選擇,選項, 選擇權, 期權…
in Italian opzione…
in Turkish seçenek, alternatif…
in Polish opcja, możliwość…
in Vietnamese sự lựa chọn…
in Portuguese opção…
in Thai ทางเลือก…
in German (freie) Wahl…
in Catalan opció…
in Japanese 選択(権)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 选择,选项, 选择权, 期权…
in Indonesian pilihan…
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