You can either accept the job or not.Choose one thing or another.

Anything that can be chosen.The adjectival meaning of "especially good, preferred, select" was likely influenced.1591, Shakespeare, William, Henry VI, Part 1, act 5, scene 5, lines 1718: And, which is more, she is not so divine, / So full replete with choice of all delights Synonyms edit Derived terms edit Related terms edit Translations edit The translations below need.

( obsolete ) Careful in choosing; discriminating.She didn't leave us much choice.Dodsley, Part I, Section I,.