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chosen 例文

EN[ˈtʃəʊ.zən] [-əʊzən] [ˈtʃoʊ.zən] [-oʊzən]
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    Examples of chosen in a Sentence

  • 例文 chose
    1. The young couple thought of the small town they chose to live in as Mayberry, especially because of its low crime rate and excellent schools.
    2. He chose a prosperous lottery number that evening.
    3. But the new majority materialized only because The Times chose to use survey data that counted, as spouseless women, teenagers 15 through 17 — almost 90 percent of whom were living with their parents.
    4. The artist chose a strident mixture of colors.
    5. He immaturely chose the sports car instead of the money.
    6. I chose a nice ripe apple from the fruit bowl. ‎
    7. I chose to walk to work today. ‎
  • 例文 choose
    1. Similarly, any charm quarks produced in the collision have many more partners to choose from; they don't have to run away with an anticharm partner, which causes the number of J/psi mesons to drop. "
    2. Balletomanes can happily exist on a diet of toe shoes and tulle for two months, but the rest of the dancegoing population will want to pick and choose.
    3. The United States is a democratic country, as the citizens are allowed to choose leaders to represent their interests. ‎
    4. The salesman presented me with a dizzying array of choices, and I was hard pressed to choose between them.
    5. Choose a dull finish to hide fingerprints. ‎
    6. Most people, faced with a decision, will choose the most expedient option.
    7. Mr. Beers came to the country full-handed, with a handsome competency to commence any business he might choose, independent of missionary patronage.
  • 例文 chosen
    1. of stanzas: one should be chosen,
    2. They were chosen because of their outstanding intellect.
    3. Originally, whole-body imaging was proposed as an alternative for the relatively few passengers chosen for secondary screening, allowing them to opt for a machine lookover rather than a physical pat-down.
    4. Actually, having been denied the right to employment in my chosen occupation, makin' chemicals, and being now a milko, i can give you the inside information on this story.
    5. "He might not have meant to ignore her," answered Isabel thoughtfully; "he might have chosen not to introduce her because he felt too proud of her to subject her to any possible misappreciation from them."
    6. In a way it is comforting, perhaps even life affirming, for the majority of human beings, nonsuperstars, to think they have chosen the other course.
    7. As usual, pomsets can be made setlike by requiring that the elements of the sets X should be chosen from a given set.
  • 例文 chooses
    1. Her parentage has sometimes worked against her — she was repeatedly harassed at McCain events last year — but she chooses to portray her subjects as nondidactically as possible.
    2. Since either haystack is better than starvation, and since neither haystack is known to be worse than the other, Buridan's ass has a good reason to choose either. Suppose it chooses haystack A, rejecting haystack B as well as starvation.
    3. He chooses his language for its rich canorousness. — Lowell.
    4. If Facebook chooses to remain a holdout, it will not be as the head of a countercoalition but as a cranky recluse.
    5. How many of you folks out in the stix, who supply the very life's blood of the organization, would favor selection of convention cities in the same carefree manner that a millionaire chooses his annual destination to the sunny climes of the southland?
  • 例文 choosing
    1. Choosing lingerie “is about what makes you look good, but also what looks good with or through your clothing,” said Monica Mitro, a spokeswoman for Victoria’s Secret, the brand that catapulted racy flimsies into the public eye.
    2. The first was that out-of-area appraisers “didn’t understand the local values”; the second was that they were choosing comparable properties from a pool of foreclosed homes — not exactly indicative of what nondistressed properties might be worth.
    3. The real issue is choosing a parentally nonsanctioned one.
    4. This I defended to friends who gaped at the news by telling them that he was acting against the system, against the overplanned life of studying, choosing our majors, plotting out our meek life goals.
    5. I will conduct some preparatory research before choosing the new restaurant's location.
    6. He's very selective and spent hours in the store choosing a new shirt.
    7. Some may think this disingenuous as, in choosing to frame a novel as a memoir, Coetzee reveals himself as a supreme deformer of his chosen medium.
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