decide among

decide among (someone or something)

To choose someone or something from three or more options. We've had so many good candidates for the job that I'm having a very hard time deciding among them.
See also: among, decide
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

decide among (someone and someone else)

 and decide among (something and something else)
to choose from three or more people; to choose from three or more things. I couldn't decide among all the choices on the menu. I will decide among Fred, Tom, and Alice.
See also: among, decide
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The captains have arranged--most wisely, as I think--that Chance shall decide among us who goes with the expedition and who stays behind in the huts.
He reiterated that, in the off chance that Duterte lets the congressmen decide among themselves in the end, Romualdez would be victorious.
'We told our members that they decide among themselves.
'The tribes will decide among themselves regarding their share of compensation,' he added.
'No other name in the party came forth against these two positions,' she said, adding outgoing Speaker Rana Muhammad Iqbal and Chaudhry Iqbal had been asked to decide among themselves who should be the candidate for the post of speaker.
"I sat in the studio and we couldn't decide among ourselves - so the VAR is always going to upset someone in cases like this.
Kucinskis said that it is necessary to decide among other things what to do with the existing system which has cost Latvia many millions of euros.
The time has come to decide among ourselves what to do about their vulnerability to nature's forces and to take action together, admittedly difficult, in the face of this situation.
It is unspeakable for somebody to remain on a bed in the casualty department for nearly 12 hours, until doctors, nurses and staff decide which tests to be conducted and then decide among themselves who will authorise it and who will take the patient.
OK, but then who would decide among the communicators who must have a license and those who do not, and by what criteria would these decisions be made?
In 1988, I was a graduate student trying to decide among topics for a master's thesis.
A senior Ukip source said: "Nigel and Hamilton don't get on at all and he will make sure Hamilton doesn't become leader of the Assembly group, which could happen if they decide among themselves.
Pressley had held the view that he was happy to let the players decide among themselves in the heat of the moment but changed his thinking after seeing Reda Johnson and Marcus Tudgay fail from 12 yards.
"But they have to decide among themselves who is running the show.
Which candidates make the cut for governor and the other contested positions is for Democrats to decide among themselves.