Saturday, 30th May 2015
by Joshua Gaskell
Etymology: < classical Latin optiō action of choosing, choice, power of choosing.
1. Something that may be chosen from a range of things; an alternative, a choice.
2. In phrase vegetarian option, contronymous to sense 1, something that may not be chosen, because it is the only one of its kind; no alternative, no choice.
Any customer can have any meal that he wants so long as it is black bean.