pick out from a great number; show what or which one wants by taking
"Take any one of these cards"
"Choose a good husband for your daughter"
"She selected a pair of shoes from among the dozen the salesgirl had shown her"
"I always choose the fish over the meat courses in this restaurant"
"She opted for the job on the East coast"
"She chose not to attend classes and now she failed the exam"
Have unanimously chosen you Mayor.
出自： S. Foote
Sir Thomas Arundell, who chose out..this spot.
出自： A. L. Rowse
The Poles did not choose..the political system under which they live.
出自： D. Lodge
There is little to choose between them.
We had to choose between death and dishonour.
It is difficult to choose between two such nice houses.
I had to choose between staying with my parents and going abroad.
留下来跟父母在一起还是出国,我必须作出选择。 choose sth between sth
You may choose one book between the two.
That's the name he has chosen for his new novel.
I chose a few books from the shelf yesterday morning.
误 There are a lot of goods for you to choose.
正 There are a lot of goods for you to choose from.
析 表示“从…中挑选”,应用choose from〔between〕, among, out of,而choose sth/sb 表示“挑选某物〔人〕”。
误 I have the impression that she chose the books out with care.
正 I have the impression that she chose the books with care.
析 表示“选择”用choose即可, out与choose连用意思重复。