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choice

noun [S or U]
 
 
/tʃɔɪs/
a range of different things that are available to choose from: a choice of sb/sth Finding the best bank account takes patience - there is a choice of more than 60.a choice between sth and sth When employees have a choice between taking a pay cut or working more, they'd rather work more.no choice but to do sth Many high-risk borrowers had no choice but to accept higher interest rates. They offer only a limited choice of products. a wide/extensive/greater choice
of choice (for sb/sth) most popular or most commonly chosen for a particular purpose: Freelancing has become the career of choice for many people.
of your choice chosen by you: You may sell your shares through a broker of your choice.
(Definition of choice noun from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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