of (one's) choice

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of (one's) choice

As chosen or desired by oneself, among all the options. They took me to the pet shop and told me I could have the puppy of my choice.
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of choice

Preferred above others, as in A strike is the union's weapon of choice. Used with other prepositions ( by, for, with), all meaning "by preference," this idiom dates from about 1300.
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of ˈchoice (for somebody/something)

(used after a noun) that is chosen by a particular group of people or for a particular purpose: It’s the software of choice for business use.
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of your ˈchoice

that you choose yourself: First prize will be a meal for two at the restaurant of your choice.
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of choice

Preferred above others of the same kind or set: "the much used leveraged buyout as the weapon of choice" (Alison Leigh Cowan).
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