Other forms: selections
Selection is all about choosing. Think about a salad bar: you can make a selection from among several choices, with croutons always being a popular selection.
Inside selection is the word select, "to choose." Selection means the act of choosing, the thing chosen, or the offerings to be chosen from among. Selection can also mean a passage excerpted (or selected) from a longer text. Church services often involve reading a day's selection from the Bible.
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