choose from (people or things)

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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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The varsity was chosen from ninth through 11th grade: Beth Chaffee, McKenna Charrow, Kaleigh Clark, Blair Gue, Ashley Kolb, Mandy Larochelle, Nicole Peris, Amanda Skorniakoff, Melissa Smith and Sierra VanderHelm.
based People to People Sports Ambassador program to travel in the summer to Canberra, Australia, and participate in the Kanga Cup tournament among players chosen from other countries.
Those finalists were chosen from dozens of suggestions, some of which were discarded because they already strongly identified with other Ventura County schools.