1. [countable] choice (between A and B) △an act of choosing between two or more possibilities; something that you can choose.
- women forced to make a choice between family and career.
- We are faced with a difficult choice.
- We aim to help students make more informed career choices.
- Resources are finite, and choices have to be made between competing priorities and needs.
- There is a wide range of choices open to you.
- She's the obvious choice for the job.
- Hawaii remains a popular choice for winter vacation travel.
- This colour wasn't my first choice.
- She wouldn't be my choice as manager.
- I don't like his choice of friends (= the people he chooses as his friends).
- If I had the choice, I would stop working tomorrow.
- He had no choice but to leave (= this was the only thing he could do).
- She's going to do it. She doesn't have much choice, really, does she?
- This government is committed to extending parental choice in education.
- After a delicious meal with free wine, the choice is yours: a quiet drink in the bar, the late night disco or a stroll along the beach beneath a starry sky.
- The menu has a good choice of desserts.
- There wasn't much choice of colour.