English version

freedom of choice

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfreedom of choicefreedom of choicethe right or ability to choose whatever you want to do or have The new satellite TV channels offer viewers greater freedom of choice. freedom
Examples from the Corpus
freedom of choiceIt should always be carried out with tact, care and respect for the individual's privacy and freedom of choice.In daily life, therefore, the individual rediscovered a certain freedom of choice.In practice there will not be complete freedom of choice for the individual.Flexibility, freedom of choice - and complete peace of mind.Health insurance plans that offer patients greater freedom of choice in selecting doctors are becoming too expensive for most people.Making insurance compulsory would - they say - not only free Health Service resources, but guarantee freedom of choice.Because people have freedom of choice where to shop there is some overlap between these spheres of influence.
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