Definition of multiple-choice in English:

multiple-choice

Syllabification: mul·ti·ple-choice

adjective

(Of a question on a test) accompanied by several possible answers from which the candidate must try to choose the correct one.
More example sentences
  • You will be asked to complete an online registration form and launch a tutorial which involves correctly answering some multiple-choice questions.
  • As well as answering multiple-choice questions, entrants had to compose an essay on why they would be a good scientist.
  • I was supposed to read a poem and then answer multiple-choice questions about what it meant.

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