Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Choice"

The meaning of "Choice" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Every choice is a renunciation/give up.
I want to make a meaningful sentence like the meaning of the first sentence. However, i don't know which word be meaningful for that sentence?
It would be great if you explain. mean?
A: Every choice is a relinquishment

Relinquishment: feragat
Renunciation: resmi olarak desteği kesmek
Giving up: pes etmek, vazgeçmek
Q: What does conscious choice mean?
A: It's easier to explain what an unconscious choice is. Let's imagine I'm drinking beer with a friend, but I'm trying to lose weight, so I tell my friend I'm not going to eat any 안주. Then we start talking and enjoying our beers, and next thing I notice, I look down and see that I've eaten all the 안주. I made an unconscious decision to eat. A conscious decision is the opposite of that. For example, imagine I'm going out for 회식 and I know my boss will pay the bill, and I don't like my boss. I might make the conscious decision to eat as much as possible so that it will cost him as much money as possible.
Q: What does choice modeling lively, brightly colored bag or backpack mean?
A: Small bag you wearing
Q: What does He was not an obvious choice mean?
A: Means that in comparison to other candidates, he was not someone who was likely to be chosen.

To put it another way, something about him made him less likely to be chosen. Or he was not a clear choice in comparison to others. Hope that helps :)
Q: What does you had a terrible choice to make in Berlin one life over millions
i don't understand "one life over millions" mean?
A: I read it again, and know I understand what it means - it still sounds weird to me though

one life over millions = You chose 1 life instead of millions of people's lives. 1 person was saved while 1,000,000+ died.

Example sentences using "Choice"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Of the many choices he had after he graduated from university, ~~~

As far as I know, original sentence would be ‘he had of the many choices after ~~’, right?

What is the ‘had of’?
I think we can just say, ‘he had many choices
Help me ;(.
A: The "original sentence" you are talking about is actually "out of the many choices he had after...", so the sentence presumably continues on about the choice he makes or not making a choice at all despite the many choices he had after university.
Q: Please show me example sentences with have no choice but to.
A: Two employees fought today in the office, so the boss had no choice but to fire them.

The restaurant was closed so we had no choice but to cook at home.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I had got no choice but to~.
A: people normally say 'i had no choice but to' instead of 'i had got no choice but to'

i had no choice but to listen to them

i had no choice in the matter
Q: Please show me example sentences with have no choice but to.
A: "Because the zoo is closing, I have no choice but to sell all my penguins."

"It is raining, so I have no choice but to mow the lawn another day."

Synonyms of "Choice" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between You have a choice between the chicken with vegetables or the beef with rice. and You have a choice between the chicken with vegetables and the beef with rice. ?
A: @H-oon of course!
By using “and” it sounds like “the beef with rice and the chicken with vegetables” are a single subject or choice instead of two.

Does this make more sense?
Q: What is the difference between I don't have much choice. and I don't have many choices. ?
A: “I don’t have much choice” is a phrase that means there’s only one thing you can do, and it’s usually used for bad situations. It’s similar to:
- 他に方法がない
- 仕方がない

- Join the gang or die? I guess I don’t have much choice (but to join the gang)
- You haven’t paid rent in 3 months. You leave me with no choice but to kick you out.

“I don’t have many choices” means there are a few choices.
- I don’t have many choices for my next job. There are only a few companies with openings.
- I don’t have many choices for food. It’s either eggs or cup noodles
Q: What is the difference between #1 This choice is inevitable and #2 This choice is imperative ?
A: 👉This choice is inevitable:
It is going to happen.

👉This choice is imperative:
It should happen.
Q: What is the difference between have no choice but to do and might as well do ?
A: Have no choice to do: There is no other option.
Might as well do: you're not forced to do it, but there's nothing wrong with doing it.
EG: You don't want to do the dishes, but there is nothing else in the house to do. You're bored out of your mind, so you *might as well* just do the dishes.
Q: What is the difference between I will have no choice and I won't have choice ?
A: They're the same thing but with possible grammar errors..
It is spoken: I won't have a choice.
Or: I will not have a choice.
Or: I had no choice

Depending on whether it's written in past, present or future tenses.

Translations of "Choice"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I'm out of choice except going to abroad. this sentence is right?
A: I don't understand.

You have no choice but to go abroad?
or
Going abroad is not your only option?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the choice is free
A: People would usually say it like this “The choice is yours” or “It’s your choice”. Hopefully that can help you understand. C:
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? choice
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? : How do you call a choice which has been investigated/ searched carefully before making that choice? Many thanks.
A: An informed decision
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How to make a choice?
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Choice"

Q: それはとても悲しいけど仕方がない。と英語で言いたいのですが、That's very sad but there is no choice. でokですか?
A: It/That is very unfortunate, but there is no other choice.
Q: I don't want to be alone, but I don't feel like I have much of a choice.
Does it equals to I don't feel like I have many choices?
A: @kalthas: yes it does! :D
I wanted to clarify the difference between the phrases.
Q: If I had only one choice of food for the rest of my life, I would choose this corn chocolate. Because I just ate it and then I perceived that it tastes so good. I suppose it has more nutrition than we are expecting. Does this sound natural?
A: If I could only eat one food for the rest of my life, I would choose corn chocolate. I just ate some, and it tasted very good. I suppose it is more nutritious than expected.


This sounds more natural.
Q: I can understand your choice, especially after I watched a documentary called"Food Inc." Most of the meat we have had now is processed in an unhealthy way, which may be contaminated with bacterias and molds, and we can easily contract diseases by eating those processed meat. It is so shocking to see that and many people not only in the States but all over the world have to put up with this fact because food industry is important and partly considered as the cornerstone of a country's economy. Lobbies and politicians supported by the food industry will deny any changes. When I eat out, I tend to eat at Muslim restaurants now, as I know they must eat clean food. Does this sound natural?
A: "I can understand your choice, especially after I watched a documentary called "Food Inc." Most of the meat we have now is processed in an unhealthy way, and may be contaminated with bacteria and mold. We can easily contract diseases by eating those processed meat. It is so shocking to see that many people, not only in the States but all over the world, have to put up with this fact because the food industry is powerful and often considered one of the cornerstones of a country's economy. Politicians supported by the food industry will prevent any changes in regulation. When I eat out, I tend to eat at Muslim restaurants now, as I know they must eat clean food."

"clean food" doesn't sound quite right, but I don't know enough about Islam to know what to call it.
Q: The choices to answer this question vary from "Natural" to "a little unnatural" to "unnatural" to "I don't understand." Does this sound natural?
A: Your first sentence sounds fine!
"vary from .... to ...." is the correct way to write it.

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