Select as an adjective

select (adjective) = 1. (of a group of people or things) carefully chosen from a larger number as being the best or most valuable;
2. (of a place or group of people) only used by or consisting of a wealthy or sophisticated elite; exclusive.

  • Renz is studying in a select school at Kakkanad.
  • A select club of the upper class.
  • The programme was conducted for a small and highly select audience.
  • He only drinks select wines.
  • They are living in a select area of London.

select (verb) = choose.

  • To select a book.
  • He has been selected to lead the delegation.
  • How do you select people for promotion?
  • The selected candidates may appear for the medical test.
  • It has been distributed to selected bookshops in Chennai.


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