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cafeteria a dining hall or restaurant in which customers select or are served their food at a counter and carry it on trays to their tables.
choose to select from two or more alternatives. [1/4 definitions]
choose up (informal) to select players for each side or team, as in a sandlot baseball game.
cull to sort out or select, esp. to eliminate undesirable items. [1/3 definitions]
dial on some telephones, the disk with finger holes enabling the user to select particular numbers. [3/8 definitions]
diet1 to limit or select one's own intake of food to improve health or lose weight. [1/6 definitions]
draft to select by draft from a group, esp. for compulsory military service or for professional participation in athletics. [1/16 definitions]
draft board a body of citizens who select men for compulsory U.S. military service.
elect to select through the process of voting. [3/8 definitions]
elitism awareness of, and usu. pride in, belonging to a select or privileged group. [1/2 definitions]
elitist believing in, supporting, or promoting the superiority of a select or privileged group.
esoteric intended for a select few; secret; private. [1/2 definitions]
excerpt to select and use (a short passage or passages) from a written work, film, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
general election a final election on the national, state, or local level to select one candidate from among those previously nominated in a primary election, at a party convention, or by some other procedure. [1/2 definitions]
gift certificate a coupon that is purchased and then given as a gift, entitling the receiver to select goods or services totaling the amount specified on the coupon.
gift voucher (chiefly British) a coupon that is purchased and then given as a gift, entitling the receiver to select goods or services totaling the amount specified on the coupon; gift certificate.
group to select and arrange by classes or categories. [1/5 definitions]
impanel to enroll on a list or panel for jury duty, or to select (a juror or a jury) from such a list.
juror one of a body of persons who select the winners in a contest, competition, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
kingmaker a person who is powerful enough to select, or influence the selection of, a political candidate or ruler.
pick1 to choose or select from a group. [1/14 definitions]