The binomial coefficient of the previous and following number. (conjunction)
The act of choosing; selection. (noun)
The power, right, or privilege of choosing; election. (noun)
Scope for choice. (noun)
Examples of word choose
I actually consider these games more interesting than those that only allow the player to do â€œgoodâ€, and while I typically choose to follow the â€œgoodâ€ path, I like that I had to actually *choose* to follow it.
It may be true that we can act as we choose, but can we _choose_?
Thus, in "I may write if I choose," "may write" is by some classified as in the potential mood, but in reality the phrase _I may write_ is an indicative one while the second clause, _if I choose_, is the expression of a condition upon which, not my liberty to write, depends, but my actual writing.
For superdelegates, most of whom are active politicians, to choose is to lose the support of either the Obamaniacs or the Hillary-ites in their state or district.
Beautiful wreathes made of fragrant greens, lights twinkling in a multitude of colors, ornaments glittering, Christmas stockings â€¦ you can choose from a variety of unique designs.