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definition of the word select

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From Latin selectus, from Latin seligo (choose out, select), from se- (apart) + legō (gather, select).

select (comparative more select, superlative most select)

Positive
select

Comparative
more select

Superlative
most select

  1. Privileged, specially selected.
    Only a select few were allowed to the premiere.
  2. Of high quality; top-notch.
    This is a select cut of beef.

Infinitive
to select

Third person singular
selects

Simple past
selected

Past participle
selected

Present participle
selecting

to select (third-person singular simple present selects, present participle selecting, simple past and past participle selected)

  1. To choose one or more elements of a set, especially a set of options.
    He looked over the menu, and selected the roast beef.
    The program computes all the students grades, then selects a random sample for human verification.


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