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VERB 挑选;选择;选取 If you choose someone or something from several people or things that are available, you decide which person or thing you want to have.
They will be able to choose their own leaders in democratic elections...
This week he has chosen Peter Mandelson to replace Mo Mowlam...
VERB 甘愿;决定 If you choose to do something, you do it because you want to or because you feel that it is right.
They knew that discrimination was going on, but chose to ignore it...
You can just take out the interest each year, if you choose.
PHRASE 不分上下;好坏相当 If there is little to choose between people or things or nothing to choose between them, it is difficult to decide which is better or more suitable.
There is very little to choose between the world's top tennis players.
PHRASE 享受优厚待遇的少数人；精英 The chosen few are a small group who are treated better than other people. You sometimes use this expression when you think this is unfair.
Learning should no longer be an elitist pastime for the chosen few.