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spoilt for choice

Having an abundance of suitable or ideal options from which to choose, such that it may be difficult to make a decision. Primarily heard in UK. Between video games, television, and the Internet, kids these days are being brought up spoilt for choice when it comes to their entertainment. Our hotel was right in the midst of the city's finest restaurants, so whenever we wanted something to eat, we were spoilt for choice.
See also: choice, spoilt

be spoilt for choice

To have an abundance of suitable or ideal options from which to choose, such that it may be difficult to make a decision. Primarily heard in UK. Between video games, television, and the Internet, kids these days are spoilt for choice when it comes to their entertainment. Our hotel was right in the midst of the city's finest restaurants, so whenever we wanted something to eat we were spoilt for choice.
See also: choice, spoilt

be spoilt for choice

have so many attractive possibilities to choose from that it is difficult to make a selection. British
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be spoilt/spoiled for ˈchoice

have so many opportunities or things to choose from that it is difficult to make a decision: I’ve had so many job offers that I’m spoilt for choice.
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In view of the above violation of the convention and the number of spoilt votes involved it is clear that this election has no validity.
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No spoilt or contaminated meat was found," Ali Al Sd said.
The inspectors said they find spoilt fish without any devices.
Labour activists, however, believe a much higher proportion of the spoilt papers would have been for them ( tipping the balance in the party's favour.
In Tyne and Wear the number of spoilt papers averaged 5.
AS a fifteen-year-old I believe that children today are spoilt.
Advertising is a key topic here as this is what mainly causes children to become so spoilt.
Spoilt B cancelled his 25th birthday party to go to Dubai at a cost of pounds 90,000 - just three day's pay.
They are spoilt and feel that the world basically owes them, and that other children should be as in awe of them as their families,' she said.
We should now resurrect the word spoilt to describe them, because essentially that's what they are.
Danny decides to trade in his old job and suburban home for a new life in the city, but he finds is the grass is too green on the other side and he is spoilt for choice.
A magnet for the hip and famous for longer than anyone can remember, their recent "experiments" have often proved less than fruitful - until they found their feet with the shockingly salubrious Spoilt For Choice, that is.