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choose (one) as (something)
To select someone for a particular role or job. Whom has he chosen as his successor?
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choose someone as something
to select someone to be something. We will choose her as our representative. I chose Sam as my assistant.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The conclusion that nonsedating antihistamines and antibiotics contribute to CRS-related fatigue rests, as noted in the article, on the variable chosen as
a control for the confounder of disease symptomatic severity.
Until Jonas is chosen as
the new Receiver of Memory, he has never read a book.
The state election officer will appoint the slate of electors pledged to the candidate who is chosen as
the "national popular vote winner" to be the official electors for the state.