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opt out

verb + adverb
  • 1.1 (person)to opt out (of something)I've opted out of the scheme
    me he borrado del plan
    you can't just opt out of your responsibilities
    no puedes desentenderte así como así de tus responsabilidades
    he opted out and went to live in a commune
    lo abandonó todo y se fue a vivir a una comuna
    1.2
    (school/hospital) (in UK) (pasar a depender directamente del gobierno central)
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opt-out
American English: /ˈɑp ˌtaʊt/

noun

  • 1.1 (from treaty, agreement)
    opción (feminine) de exclusión or de no participación
    opt-out email
    (email en el que se especifica que no se quiere seguir recibiendo material de promoción)
    Example sentences
    • But as the public backlash grows against the latest opt-outs, some doctors are studying in secret and choosing not to tell their colleagues and patients about the part-time nursing classes.
    • The Irish opt-out is therefore essentially meaningless because this tax will still hit people trying to travel into Ireland, including Irish people returning from abroad.
    • He said that if the Government successfully negotiated the defence opt-out, the leaders of his organisation would not campaign again against the treaty in a new referendum.
    1.2 (in UK) (before noun)
    (school/hospital) (que opta por pasar a depender directamente del gobierno central)

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