option/ ˈɒp ʃən /

the power or right of choosing.
something that may be or is chosen; choice.
the act of choosing.
an item of equipment or a feature that may be chosen as an addition to or replacement for standard equipment and features:
a car with a long list of extra-cost options; a telephoto lens option for a camera.

verb (used with object)
to acquire or grant an option on:
The studio has optioned his latest novel for film adaptation.
to provide with optional equipment:
The car can be fully optioned at additional cost.

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