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make a choice vs take a choice

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make a choice is the most popular phrase on the web.

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make a choice

99,400,000 results on the web

Some examples from the web:

  • So here's the part where you make a choice.
  • And I've never wanted to make a choice.
  • We have to make a choice, John.
  • I had to make a choice, so I chose.
  • First we had to make a choice.
  • Surya has to make a choice between Suzanne and Didier.
  • If you were forced to make a choice.
  • It's time for you to make a choice.
  • You got to make a choice, Cari.
  • Addison, you have to make a choice.
  • Percy told me to make a choice.
  • You have to make a choice, Nathan.
  • It's time to make a choice.
  • But we have to make a choice.
  • Sometimes you just have to make a choice.
  • I had to make a choice.
  • But you have to make a choice.
  • What I did was make a choice.
  • So, I had to make a choice.
  • You've got to make a choice, Auggie.

take a choice

3,460,000 results on the web

Some examples from the web:

  • Spin a wheel, take a choice.
  • Bart faced a terrible choice - take a beating with his friend or slither off like a coward.
  • The European Council in Luxembourg will have to take a decision on that choice.
  • Frank, voice-over: I will take a vehicle of my choice. Jason will drive.
  • Because the kind of choice you might want to give to a leader, a choice like giving the president the choice to raise prices on electricity, takes away a choice that people in the economy want.
  • As far as Amendment No 7 is concerned, the Commission is unfortunately unable to keep to the proposed date of 30 June to take a decision on the choice of surveillance expenditure which will be co-financed by the Community.
  • And this refusal to take would be a voluntary choice she's made?
  • They all had a choice to take the money.
  • If you've got a choice, take the tall one.
  • Instead of seeking us out, instead of sticking together as one, he made a choice to take everything my family had built and make it his own.
  • It was Kevin who pushed that kid and he made a choice to take the fall for Kevin.
  • How could you take that choice?
  • Critic's voice, take your choice.
  • They even let me take some choice photos before they left.
  • - Oysters or potage, take your choice.
  • You see, the difference between suffocation and drowning is that when you're drowning, you have a choice to take that last breath of water and end your suffering.
  • How could you take that choice away from her?
  • I believe our resources should be focused on prevention of unwanted pregnancies and support for those who feel forced to take this choice.
  • Is that how you live with yourself, you take choice out of the equation?
  • This takes away the choice, Cara.

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