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Translation of "choice" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

choice

noun [C or U] (ACT) 行為     /tʃɔɪs/
an act or the possibility of choosing 選擇,挑選;抉擇 If the product doesn't work, you are given the choice of a refund or a replacement. 如果產品不能使用,可選擇退款或換貨。 It's a difficult choice to make. 這很難抉擇。 It's your choice/The choice is yours (= only you can decide). 這由你決定。 It was a choice between pain now or pain later, so I chose pain later. 這是在現在痛苦還是以後痛苦之間作出選擇,所以我選擇以後痛苦。 Now you know all the facts, you can make an informed choice. 既然你已經瞭解了實際情況,你可以作出相應的選擇了。 I'd prefer not to work but I don't have much choice (= this is not possible). 我倒是想不去工作了,可是我沒有選擇餘地。 He had no choice but to accept (= He had to accept). 他別無選擇只能接受。 Is she single by choice? 獨身是她自己的選擇嗎? Champagne is their drink of choice (= the one they most often drink). 香檳是他們的首選飲料。 Taking and choosing
(Definition of choice noun (ACT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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