I want to say

provides a better option than 'choosing one over the other'.

Or something to that effect; it's the 'choosing one over the other' or 'choosing one over another' that I'm not a fan of.

I was wondering if there was a more concise way to say this?



The Oxford Dictionary has the verb


1 Like (one thing or person) better than another or others; tend to choose.

I prefer Venice to Rome.

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