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choose your pick

take (one’s) pick

take (one’s) pick

take/have your ˈpick (of something)

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  • take wing
  • take with
  • take with (one or something)
  • take with a pinch of salt
  • take with one
  • take word for
  • take word for it
  • take wrong
  • take years off
  • take years off (of) (one)
  • take years off somebody
  • take your breath away
  • take your chances
  • take your courage in both hands
  • take your cue from
  • take your cue from somebody
  • take your cue from someone
  • take your eye off the ball
  • take your hat off to
  • take your hat off to somebody
  • take your hat off to someone
  • take your life in your hands
  • take your lumps
  • take your medicine
  • take your own life
  • Take Your Pick
  • take your place
  • Take your seat
  • take your time
  • take, claim, seize, etc. the moral high ground
  • take/draw somebody to one side
  • take/have somebody under your wing
  • take/have your pick
  • take/plead the fifth
  • taken
  • taken aback
  • taken for dead
  • taken with
  • taken with (someone or something)
  • taken with, be
  • takeoff
  • take-off artist
  • taker
  • takes one to know one
  • takes two to tango
  • taking
  • taking calls
  • taking care of business
  • tale
  • tale never loses in the telling
  • tale of woe
  • take your eyes off of
  • take your hands off
  • take your hands off me
  • take your hat off to
  • take your hat off to somebody
  • take your hat off to someone
  • take your hats off to
  • take your head off
  • take your leave
  • take your leave of
  • take your life
  • take your life in her hands
  • take your life in her own hands
  • take your life in his hands
  • take your life in his own hands
  • take your life in my hands
  • take your life in my own hands
  • take your life in our hands
  • take your life in our own hands
  • take your life in their hands
  • take your life in their own hands
  • take your life in your hands
  • take your life in your own hands
  • take your life into your hands
  • take your lumps
  • take your measure
  • take your medicine
  • Take Your Money Everywhere
  • take your own life
  • take your part
  • Take Your Pick
  • take your pick of
  • take your picture
  • take your place
  • take your point
  • Take your seat
  • take your seats
  • take your side
  • take your temperature
  • Take Your Time
  • Take Your Time
  • take your turn
  • take your word
  • take your word for
  • take your word for it
  • take your word on it
  • take yourself off
  • take’s one’s own life
  • take, claim, seize, etc. the moral high ground
  • Take, Convert or Interfere Bicycle
  • Take-1
  • Take-and-pay contract
  • Take-and-Pay Contracts
  • take-awaily
  • take-away
  • take-away
  • take-away
  • take-away
  • take-away
  • take-away
  • take-away acquisition
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“Pick/choose your poison.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/pick%2Fchoose%20your%20poison. Accessed 25 Nov. 2020.

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Pick/choose your poison definition is – —used to say that someone has to make a choice between two unpleasant choices. How to use pick/choose your poison in a sentence.