- 选择， 取舍
- [U]选择(的自由) the freedom to choose
- [C]可选择的办法 one of a number of courses of action that are possible and may be chosen
- [C]附件,配件 sth that is offered as well as standard equipment
- [C]买卖选择权 the right to buy or sell sth
- the right to buy or sell property at an agreed price; the right is purchased and if it is not exercised by a stated date the money is forfeited
- one of a number of things from which only one can be chosen;
"what option did I have?"
"there no other alternative"
"my only choice is to refuse"
- the act of choosing or selecting;
"your choice of colors was unfortunate"
"you can take your pick"
- I haven't much option in the matter.
- Make a list of the various options.
- He had optioned for a film several short stories about two policemen.
You will have to pay them; you have no option.
The government has two options; to reduce spending or to increase taxes.
The car includes air-conditioning among its options.
Jones has taken an option on shares in the company.
- keep〔leave〕 one's options open
暂不表态,留有回旋余地not choose too soon
I want to keep my options open for the moment. 目前我想暂不表态。
They had left their options open. 他们留下回旋的余地。
- 暂不表态,留有回旋余地not choose too soon
- at sb's option 随某人的意
As long as there are other options, war is a fool's course.出自：USA Today
She didn't like any of the options open to her.出自：Joan Smith
We really have no option but to put up with anything she chooses to do.出自：F. Weldon
Film rights have already been optioned.出自：Times Literary Supplement
- choice alternative preference option selection election
- ☆ 1600年左进右入英语，直接源自法语的option；最初源自拉丁语的optionem，意为选择，自由抉择。
- option:option n. 选项, 选择权, [经]买卖的特权 英英解释:名词option:1. the right to buy or sell property at an agreed price; t…