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choice 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/CHois/,
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choices, plural;
  1. (esp. of food) Of very good quality
    • - he picked some choice early plums
  2. (of words, phrases, or language) Rude and abusive
    • - he had a few choice words at his command
Noun
  1. An act of selecting or making a decision when faced with two or more possibilities
    • - the choice between good and evil
  2. The right or ability to make, or possibility of making, such a selection
    • - I had to do it, I had no choice
  3. A range of possibilities from which one or more may be selected
    • - you can have a sofa made to order in a choice of over forty fabrics
  4. A course of action, thing, or person that is selected or decided upon
    • - this CD drive is the perfect choice for your computer

  1. of superior grade; "choice wines"; "prime beef"; "prize carnations"; "quality paper"; "select peaches"
  2. the person or thing chosen or selected; "he was my pick for mayor"
  3. appealing to refined taste; "choice wine"
  4. the act of choosing or selecting; "your choice of colors was unfortunate"; "you can take your pick"
  5. option: one of a number of things from which only one can be chosen; "what option did I have?"; "there no other alternative"; "my only choice is to refuse"
  6. (choiceness) fineness: the quality of being very good indeed; "the inn is distinguished by the fineness of its cuisine"
  7. Choice consists of the mental process of judging the merits of multiple s and ing one of them. While a choice can be made between imagined options ("what would I do if ...?"), often a choice is made between real options, and followed by the corresponding action. ...
  8. Choice is a fictional character that appeared in Malibu Comics Ultraverse line of comic book series. Her first appearance was in Hardcase #2, and appeared mainly in that title.
  9. In computing, choice is a command that allows for batch files to prompt the user to select one item from a set of single-character choices. It is available in DOS and Microsoft Windows command line interpreters (shells) such as cmd.exe and COMMAND.COM and was introduced in MS-DOS 6.0.
  10. Choice was a credit card test marketed by Citibank in the United States, announced in 1977 and first issued in 1978. It was one of the first cards to offer a cash-refund program and no annual fee. ...
  11. Alecia Beth Moore (born September 8, 1979), better known by her stage name Pink (stylized as P!nk), is an American singer-songwriter, musician, acrobat and occasional actress who rose to fame in early 2000. ...
  12. CHOICE Magazine is a publication of the Australian Consumers' Association, a non-profit organization founded in 1959 to research and advocate on behalf of Australian consumers. The organization trades as CHOICE and is similar to Consumer Reports in the United States. ...
  13. An option; a decision; an opportunity to choose or select something; One selection or preference; that which is chosen or decided; the outcome of a decision; Anything that can be chosen; The best or most preferable part; Especially good or preferred; Cool; excellent
  14. (choiceness) The condition of being choice
  15. (CHOICES) What you do or tell yourself in order to create the role.
  16. (Choices) A choice is an option from a range of alternatives an individual or groups of individuals have. For example, people choose which shoe shop they go to or which bank they go to, from all the choices available.
  17. (Choices) Mike has to avoid getting his 100th and final punishment; Billy chooses helping friends first; Quentin needs help with his jobs.
  18. (Choices) Option under the Choices tab in the New Question Object window that allows users to pick from a list of possible answers.
  19. (Choices) When teachers empower the learner with choices, the learning is transformed from teachers to students, and student learning is enhanced. The final product of choice, ownership for learning by the learner, directly correlates to motivation. ...
  20. (Choices) inappropriate behaviors decrease when you give your child choices.  Students with special needs often want as much control in their environment as possible (as does any person). ...
  21. (choices) used to represent unordered sets of alternative results and values
  22. An adjective which the A.N.A. applies to coins of MS-65 or Proof-65 grade. Many dealers apply the term to the MS/Proof-63 coins, and call MS/Proof-65 coins “Gem”.
  23. In folkstyle wrestling each wrestler chooses the starting position for one period. Wrestlers start the first period from the neutral position. Prior to the second period, the referee flips a coin to determine who has first choice. ...
  24. Graphics or text that a user can select to modify or manipulate an object. Choices appear on menus (also called menu items) and buttons.