choicenoun

  • ja選択肢 、選択、選ぶ
  • enthe range of people or things that you can choose from, or the person or thing that is chosen

Examples

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Mute
1.
I'll take that one.
2.
Well, excellent choice, sir.
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Mute
1.
Mary had a little what?
2.
Was it A. Lamb, B. Dog, C. Hamster, or D. Infection?
3.
Okay, let’s see.
4.
Mary had a little… radio!
5.
No, that’s not even 1 of our 4 choices.
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Mute
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Jimmy, I'm gonna give you 2 choices.
2.
One is I drive you down to the sheriff's office.
3.
Or, you prove that you deserve another chance.
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Mute
1.
- Can I have a Tic Tac? - Sure.
2.
Great.
3.
You can choose any flavor you want.
4.
Oh, wow, all the choices.
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Mute
1.
Francine, as a married woman, here are your choices for best friend:
2.
Fat woman, cat, gay guy, food.
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Mute
1.
Have you thought of what animal you'd like to be?
2.
Yes, a lobster.
3.
A lobster is an excellent choice.
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Mute
1.
Okay, so you're tricking him into flying to Florida.
2.
This wasn't my first choice.
3.
Jim had so many better ideas.
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Mute
1.
I was about to bid on this lovely trip to Paris.
2.
Oh, nice choice.
3.
Yeah.
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Mute
1.
Not everyone is meant to make a difference.
2.
But for me, the choice to live an ordinary life is no longer an option.
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Mute
1.
It didn't matter what choices we made, we would've ended up right here,
2.
on this bed, sitting next to each other in prison.

Other meanings for choice...

choicenoun

  • ja選択
  • enan act or the possibility of choosing someone or something
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Mute
1.
While you're stuck indoors, I'll learn you some of our tricks.
2.
There, lesson 1 learned already.
3.
You'll be a Gyptian woman yet.
4.
Is that what I'm gonna be? A Gyptian woman?
5.
You'll be whatever you want to be.
6.
Your path, that's your choice.
7.
And yours alone.
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Mute
1.
Now, you can go back to Punxsutawney, or you can go ahead and freeze to death.
2.
It’s your choice.
3.
I’m thinking.
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Mute
1.
Thank you both so much for coming in.
2.
This is a safe space where choices are welcome.
3.
Okay, now, I trust that both of you had a chance to review the script?
4.
- Yeah. - Good. Now, throw them away!
5.
What the hell? I wrote notes in the margin.
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Mute
1.
What do you mean you have plans tonight?
2.
I have my daughter tonight.
3.
We're renting 'Charlotte's Web.'
4.
Well, you have to make a choice.
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It's either your daughter or me.
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My daughter.
7.
Okay.
8.
I see how it is.
9.
Oops.
10.
That was cold.
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Mute
1.
That blue represents millions of dollars and countless jobs.
2.
And it's sort of comical how you think that you've made a choice that exempts you from the fashion industry,
3.
when, in fact, you're wearing a sweater that was selected for you by the people in this room.
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Mute
1.
Ellen, you can't sign my book.
2.
Yes, I can.
3.
- No, you can't. - Wait, wait.
4.
- For Cameron. - Okay, so now you have to make a choice.
5.
Do you want an Ellen-signed Michelle Obama book or a Michelle-Obama-signed Michelle Obama book?
6.
What if you get both of our signatures?
7.
That would be fantastic.
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Mute
1.
We usually just offer water.
2.
But your rider says that—
3.
This is what you asked for in the dressing room.
4.
Moet champagne, Don Julio tequila, Ciroc apple vodka, and Hennessy.
5.
Now, do you mix these?
6.
I just wanted you to have your choice.
7.
What do you like?
8.
Well, I like the 42.
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Mute
1.
You act like this is happening to you, but you’re making a choice.
2.
I can’t just turn off that part of myself.
3.
I would never dream of making you choose.
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Mute
1.
Where's the dang river?
2.
It's been dammed!
3.
Yeah, but by whom?
4.
Guess we have no choice but to check out the dam up yonder.
5.
But who needs answers when you've got cannonballs?
6.
What are you still doing in the car?
7.
Jump in, Francine.
8.
Feel the muck on your balls.
9.
You know I don't have balls, Stan!
10.
Prove it!
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Mute
1.
All right, well, bon appetit.
2.
You have your choice to dip them in either cinnamon and sugar.
3.
Or some powdered sugar, or both I really don't care.