choose from

choose from (people or things)

To select from a group of options. The supervisor will choose from these candidates for someone to fill the position.
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choose from someone or something

to make a selection from a group of persons or things. You will have to choose from these people only. Ron chose from the items in the catalog.
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For example, an employee may be able to choose from three providers, each of which offers 50 investments.
That could mean that districts aren't eagerly publicizing the choice provisions, or that parents aren't impressed with the array of often-dysfunctional public schools they have to choose from.
Average Americans order nonfat decaf iced vanilla lattes at Starbucks and choose from 1,500 drawer pulls at The Great Indoors.
Choose from the engineered value BR line, the superior quality CH line, or choose one of our surge panels with integrated whole home surge protection.
At some point I choose from among the vast array of possibles that my freedom is, which I signify as my "original choice" or "project.
To use Goal Seek choose from the toolbar Tools, Goal Seek.
For the semifinals, classical competitors must choose from three given variations or pas de deux.
Radio, in particular, is already very diverse, with more than 11,000 AM and FM stations in the United States and dozens of formats for listeners to choose from.
In today's health insurance smorgasbord, there are over 1,000 different health plans to choose from.