Take pick - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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take (one's) pick
To choose from among several options. Often used as an imperative in the phrase "take your pick." We've got 45 flavors. Vanilla, chocolate, bacon—take your pick. The company wants to hire her at any cost, so she can basically take her pick of perks during the negotiation process.
take/have your ˈpick (of something) choose whatever you like: With that much money you can have your pick of any car in the showroom. ♢ There’s ham, cheese or egg sandwiches. Take your pick!
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