Definition of opt out in English:

opt out

Choose not to participate in or carry on with something: they had both opted out of the medical plan
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  • Last spring, he opted out of football drills and chose instead to pitch for the USC baseball team, taking the hill in nine games.
  • A little-debated provision in the 1996 welfare reform law mandates a lifetime ban on welfare and food stamps for drug offenders, although New York is one of eight states that have opted out of the ban.
  • After the arrangements were made, Love opted out of the event altogether, as she reportedly ‘missed her plane’ from Los Angeles.
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