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1choice/ˈtʃoɪs/noun
pluralchoices
1choice
/ˈtʃoɪs/
noun
pluralchoices
Learner's definition of CHOICE  
[count] : the act of choosing: the act of picking or deciding between two or more possibilities
: the opportunity or power to choose between two or more possibilities: the opportunity or power to make a decision
[singular]
[noncount]
— see also hobson's choice
: a range of things that can be chosen
[singular]
— often + of
[noncount]
   b [count] : one of the things that you can choose
— see also multiple-choice
[count] : the person or thing that someone chooses

by choice

alsoout of choice
◊ If you do something by choice or out of choice, you choose to do it.

of choice

: favorite or most liked: chosen most often

of your choice

◊ A person or thing of your choice is a person or thing that you have chosen.
2choice/ˈtʃoɪs/adjective
choicerchoicest
2choice
/ˈtʃoɪs/
adjective
choicerchoicest
Learner's definition of CHOICE  
always used before a noun
: very good
US, of meat : of a quality that is good but not the best
of words or phrases : carefully chosen especially for the purpose of expressing anger or disapproval
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