What is another word for making a choice?

What is another word for making a choice?

Some common synonyms of choice are alternative, election, option, preference, and selection. While all these words mean “the act or opportunity of choosing or the thing chosen,” choice suggests the opportunity or privilege of choosing freely.

What word can I use instead of according to?

Some possibilities:in accordance with.in agreement with.in consonance with.on the word of.as stated by.as said by.as reported by.based on.

What is another word for options?

Some common synonyms of option are alternative, choice, election, preference, and selection.

What is a word that means you really want something?

Some common synonyms of want are covet, crave, desire, and wish.

What is the opposite word of want?

What is the opposite of want?spurnrejectignorerebuffrepelrepudiateslightsnubrepulsescorn17

What can I say instead of I want?

Different ways to say “I want” in EnglishI feel like a pizza.I am in the mood for chocolate.I am craving a doughnut.I’m dying for a cup of coffee.I would like some water, please.Hit the spot.

What is the opposite word of swim?

What is the opposite word for Swim? sink. swim and sink. settle.

What is the word when you want something really bad?

hope; languish; long for; pine; to want something very badly; yearn; have one’s heart set on.

What is a strong need for something?

Desire is a strong feeling, worthy or unworthy, that impels to the attainment or possession of something that is (in reality or imagination) within reach: a desire for success. Craving implies a deep and imperative wish for something, based on a sense of need and hunger: a craving for food, companionship.

Can and could sentences examples?

‘can’ and ‘could’They could come by car. (= Maybe they will come by car.) It can be very cold here in winter. (= It is sometimes very cold here in winter.) That can’t be true. You cannot be serious.It’s ten o’clock. It could be very cold there in winter. They know the way here. She can speak several languages. I can see you.

Are can and could interchangeable?

When you say “I could” you establish that, yes you have the ability, but it’s only a possibility that you will go. Can is generally present tense and is used to show you have the ability to do something. Could is used to be the past tense form of can, used to establish doubt, or used to be more formal.