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to make a choice from a number of alternatives

to have the desire or inclination to

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It is important to acknowledge that even if a chooser freely chooses not to choose, that particular choice might turn out not to be in the chooser's interest (as the chooser would define it).
In some contexts, people choose not to choose, or would do so if they were asked.
Muslim women choose to wear the hijab because our religion tells us to and not because a man dictates it.
With all the hundreds of thousands of words in the English language, can you choose just one word that truly represented the past year?
This may cause economic pain for a couple that chooses early benefits, particularly if the couple lives past their crossover ages where deferral would have provided a greater combined benefit.
Nicholas Cage's character in the movie The Family Man discovers how empty his life is when he chooses only for himself.
Thanks to the memories he receives, Jonas chooses to break free from the community.
Once a family chooses us, they also are choosing to accept our policies, including the make-up policy.
Rankled by any institution which they perceive as less than pure democracy, these populists proposed a National Popular Vote Plan to change the way America chooses its chief executive.
Who chooses the President if no candidate wins a majority (270) of the electoral votes?
If a nonpartisan voter chooses to vote on a Democratic ballot, he/she is entitled to vote on the Democratic contests for president and all other Democratic contests with the exception of County Central Committee.
What we advocate is that a woman has a right to make a decision for her own reasons and in her won way in consultation with her conscience--alone if she chooses, with her physician if she prefers, or with her partner or her parents--but not with a politician.
Buffy doesn't choose to be the Slayer, but she chooses how to be the Slayer.