chooseverb [ I or T ]uk /tʃuːz/ us /tʃuːz/ chose, chosen
She had to choose between the two men in her life.
I've chosen a present for Luis.
choose to do sth
little/not much to choose between
› When there is little to choose between two or more things, they are (all) very similar.
- Why did you choose to live in London?
- You'll have to choose between a holiday or a new washing machine.
- We chose a delicate floral pattern for our bedroom curtains.
- Martha chose her favourite book of bedtime stories.
- I need you to help me choose an outfit.
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