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Adjective
Singled out from a number or group
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“You are the chosen few who will represent our country.”
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(of a time or place) Decided on beforehand
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Bearing exclusiveness
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Not forced
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Better than some other option
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According to one's preferences or requirements
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Regarded with deep and special affection
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Chosen for a position but not yet in office
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Employed
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Having received approval
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Exclusive or private in nature
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Habitual; usual
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En route, on the road to
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Superseding others in importance or status
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Noun
A thing or person that is chosen among a group
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“He was his family's chosen and thus showered with special attention.”
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Individuals representing the best of a class
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Past participle for to select from a number of given options
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“You can choose any dish you like from the menu.”
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(choose to) Past participle for to reach a decision or recommendation
“After much deliberation, we would choose to buy a new home.”
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(choose to) Past participle for to desire a course of action
“You're more than welcome to stay for dinner should you choose to.”
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Past participle for to take on as one's own
“He would choose several quotes from Martin Luther King to incorporate into his speech.”
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Past participle for to reach a decision or recommendation
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Past participle for select a quotation
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Past participle for to choose to take up, follow, or use
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Past participle for to choose
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Past participle for to like in an emphatic manner, or have a strong liking for
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Past participle for to choose material for (a film or radio or television programme) and arrange it to form a coherent whole
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Past participle for to separate, used especially of social policies that directly or indirectly keep races or ethnic groups apart
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Past participle for control or decisively affect; determine
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(delight in) Past participle for take great pleasure in
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Past participle for to assess the importance, effect, or value of (something)
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Past participle for to consider to be true without evidence
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Past participle for used to express a wish to follow a particular course of action
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