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Translation of "choice" - English-Turkish dictionary

choice

noun
 
 
/tʃɔɪs/
RIGHT [U, no plural] B1 when you can choose between two or more things
seçme, belirleme
If I had a choice, I'd give up work. He had no choice but to accept their offer. I'm single by choice (= because I want to be).Taking and choosing
DECISION [C] the decision to choose one thing or person and not someone or something else
seçim, tercih
In the past women had to make a choice between a career or marriage.Taking and choosing
THINGS TO CHOOSE FROM [U, no plural] B1 the things or people you can choose from
seçenek, çeşit, tür
The dress is available in a choice of colours. The evening menu offers a wide choice of dishes.Taking and choosingVariety and mixturesMixing and mixturesGroups and collections of things
CHOSEN ONE [C] B1 the person or thing that someone has chosen
birinin seçimi, tercihi
[usually singular] Harvard was not his first choice. The winner got £1000 to give to the charity of her choice. →  See also multiple choice Taking and choosing
(Definition of choice noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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