opt-out

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opt-out

[ˈɒptaʊt]
A. ADJ
1. (Brit) [school, hospital] → autónomo (transferido de la administración local al gobierno central)
2. (esp Brit) opt-out clausecláusula f de exclusión voluntaria, claúsula f de no participación
B. N (from agreement, treaty) → opción f de exclusión voluntaria, opción f de no participación

opt-out

adj attr
(Brit) school, hospitalaus der Kontrolle der Kommunalverwaltung ausgetreten
opt-out clauseRücktrittsklausel f
n
(Brit: by school, hospital) → Austritt maus der Kontrolle der Kommunalverwaltung
(from agreement, treaty) → Rücktritt m
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MONEYSUPERMARKET has been fined PS80,000 for ignoring customers' marketing email opt-outs.
Britain is welcome to change its mind and stay in the European Union, but it should not expect to keep getting its EU budget rebates or complex opt-outs from EU rules, the European Parliament's Brexit coordinator said on Wednesday.
It's noses to the grindstone at Defence with 570 opt-outs and 550 at Health.
The opt-outs continue this spring despite a December 2015 memo from the U.
Although the booklet is billed as an information exercise I have struggled to find any significant information in it, except perhaps that the UK has opt-outs from the euro (true) and has "kept control of our borders" (false).
NAB and NPR agree with the commission that "public perception of WEA messages as irrelevant" may lead to opt-outs.
He wants opt-outs from any closer union, restrictions on benefits for EU migrants, greater powers for the UK to block EU law, and no interference in trade.
He called on Osborne to use renegotiations of the UK's membership of the EU ahead of a promised in/out referendum to guarantee opt-outs for savers here.
Preliminary reports suggest an overall increase in opt-outs compared to last year, when about 49,000 students did not take English tests and about 67,000 skipped math tests, compared to about 1.
The opt-outs tell us that we can trade more with our Commonwealth friends.
He was particularly effective in the preservation of the opt-outs to the Eurozone membership demanded by Britain.
But where we have done best is when we have led from the front, whether that's been on the development of the single market or in negotiating opt-outs in areas which would have disadvantaged the national interest.