there is little to choose between


there is little to choose between
there is nothing/little/to choose between phrase
used to say that there is very little or no difference between two people or things

There is little to choose between the different methods except for their cost.

Thesaurus: similar and similarlysynonym
Main entry: choose

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there is little (or nothing) to choose between
there is little or no difference between

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • there is nothing to choose between — there is nothing/little/to choose between phrase used to say that there is very little or no difference between two people or things There is little to choose between the different methods except for their cost. Thesaurus: similar and… …   Useful english dictionary

  • there is nothing little to choose between A and B — there is nothing/not much/little to choose between A and B idiom there is very little difference between two or more things or people Main entry: ↑chooseidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • there is not little to choose between A and B — there is nothing/not much/little to choose between A and B idiom there is very little difference between two or more things or people Main entry: ↑chooseidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • there is nothing much to choose between A and B — there is nothing/not much/little to choose between A and B idiom there is very little difference between two or more things or people Main entry: ↑chooseidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • there is not much to choose between A and B — there is nothing/not much/little to choose between A and B idiom there is very little difference between two or more things or people Main entry: ↑chooseidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • choose — [ tʃuz ] (past tense chose [ tʃouz ] ; past participle chosen [ tʃouzn ] ) verb intransitive or transitive *** to decide which you want from a number of people or things: Do you feel that you chose the wrong career? choose from: There is a huge… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • choose — W1S1 [tʃu:z] v past tense chose [tʃəuz US tʃouz] past participle chosen [ˈtʃəuzən US ˈtʃou ] [I and T] [: Old English; Origin: ceosan] 1.) to decide which one of a number of things or people you want →↑choice ▪ It took us ages to choose a new… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • choose */*/*/ — UK [tʃuːz] / US [tʃuz] verb [intransitive/transitive] Word forms choose : present tense I/you/we/they choose he/she/it chooses present participle choosing past tense chose UK [tʃəʊz] / US [tʃoʊz] past participle chosen UK [ˈtʃəʊz(ə)n] / US… …   English dictionary

  • choose — [[t]tʃu͟ːz[/t]] ♦♦ chooses, choosing, chose, chosen 1) VERB If you choose someone or something from several people or things that are available, you decide which person or thing you want to have. [V n] They will be able to choose their own… …   English dictionary

  • choose — /tSu:z/ verb past tense chose past participle chosen (I, T) 1 to decide which one of a number of things, possibilities, people etc that you want because it is the best or most suitable: choose sth: The party has finally chosen a woman as leader.… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English


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