choose
[tʃu:z]

verb

[Definition]: to select from options

[Example Sentences]:
1. This is the case to choose if you want easy access to the bottom ports on your iPhone 5.
2. In a world of choices, would you willingly choose Windows 10
3. Because when presented with 47 options for phones, Samsung will choose to make 89.
4. You get to choose when you set up the phone for the first time.
5. These people did not choose to live next to a dump.
6. You can choose whether or not you want your device to make and receive iPhone calls.
7. You can also choose whether or not the app will do its business over cellular data.
8. You can choose exactly what you want before you get to the restaurant.
9. So it would be nice to have a few more to choose from.
10. We would be able to choose the device we want to use to read a new book.
11. Users who choose to can also export their data from the site at any time.
12. The statement did not indicate which stock exchange the company would choose for its listing.
13. You can choose a custom message for the back of the phone with limits.
14. You can click on a desktop within this view to choose a different desktop.
15. You also asked for a way to pick and choose how you message people.


[Antonyms]reject, decline, refuse

[Synonyms]select
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