(v.) = appoint ; choose ; click off ; make + choices ; elect ; co-opt ; vote ; plump for ; pick on. Ex: No less prestigious an authority than a Royal Commission was appointed to inquire into the charges brought against the man principally responsible for that volume. Ex: A library is no longer constrained to choose either a classified or a dictionary catalogue. Ex: We may some day click off arguments on a machine with the same assurance that we now enter sales on a cash register. Ex: Frequently it is necessary for the librarian or information worker to make choices concerning record size and field size. Ex: This Act defined the right of workers to organize and to elect representatives. Ex: The honorary members, some of whom have co-opted, have high positions in the library hierarchy. Ex: She has been voted librarian of the year because of her work as an advocate and fighter for the freedom of information for the prison population. Ex: There is some discussion as to what RSS stands for, but the majority plump for 'Really Simple Syndication'. Ex: Presumably there are plenty more examples like this across the British rail network, I just decided to pick on this one because it winds me up each time I travel to Brighton. ---- * dar a elegir = give + Nombre + a choice. * demasiado donde elegir = embarrassment of riches ; spoilt for choice. * elegir con cuidado = pick and choose. * elegir con esmero = pick and choose. * elegir el camino más cómodo = take + the easy way out ; take + the path of least resistance. * elegir el camino más fácil = take + the path of least resistance ; take + the easy way out. * elegir entre = sort through. * elegir la solución más cómoda = take + the easy way out ; take + the path of least resistance. * elegir la solución más fácil = take + the easy way out ; take + the path of least resistance. * elegir pulsando una tecla de un ratón = click. * elegir un comité = appoint + committee. * ¿qué elegir? = which way to go?. * ser exigente al elegir = pick and choose. * sin elegir = unelected.