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chose 1

 (chōz)
v.
Past tense of choose.

chose 2

 (shōz)
n. Law
An item of personal property; a chattel.

[French, from Latin causa, thing, case, reason.]
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chose

(tʃəʊz)
vb
the past tense of choose

chose

(ʃəʊz)
n
(Law) law an article of personal property
[C17: from French: thing, from Latin causa cause, case, reason]
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chose1

(tʃoʊz)

v.
1. pt. of choose.
2. Obs. pp. of choose.

chose2

(ʃoʊz)

n.
an article of personal property.
[1660–70; < French < Latin causa case, thing. See cause]
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