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- option: see opinion
- option (n.)
- c. 1600, "action of choosing," from French option (Old French opcion), from Latin optionem (nominative optio) "choice, free choice, liberty to choose," from root of optare "to desire, choose," from PIE root *op- (2) "to choose, prefer." Meaning "thing that may be chosen" is attested from 1885. Commercial transaction sense first recorded 1755 (the verb in this sense is from 1934). As a North American football play, it is recorded from 1954.
- 1. It is not an unattractive option to make programmes for other companies.
- 2. It is thought that a management buyout is one option.
- 3. The menu changes weekly and usually includes a vegan option.
- 4. A rather neat option allows you to design your own fiendish puzzle.
- 5. The regime at Latchmere could be seen as a soft option.
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