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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So if an opt-out form comes your way, just ignore it.
The opt-out movement shows no signs of slowing in the midst of this year's spring testing season.
Many long-hours employees report that they feel pressured to 'opt-out' from the 48-hour limit as a condition of employment (individual opt-outs are currently allowed by law).
Technological solutions that allow someone to opt out on all devices are in the works, as are app-based opt-out solutions, but there are headaches in complying with certain issues.
Included in this mass opt-out would be the European Arrest Warrant which has reduced extradition times from several months to 48 hours, the sharing of suspects' DNA profiles and fingerprints and joint programmes of working in areas such as terrorism, human trafficking and football hooliganism.
3 billion pounds annual rebate, negotiated by Margaret Thatcher, and the UK's opt-out from the Schengen Agreement allowing free travel across 25 EU states.
They include an opt-out from the euro, as well as some matters relating to the Common Security and Defence Policy, Justice and Home Affairs, and the citizenship of the EU.
A Labour MEP yesterday signalled the UK's controversial opt-out from the Working Time Directive will end following a defeat for the Government at the Labour Party conference.
Regarding Section 8 opt-outs, Van Amerongen said, "In the total New York area, we've only had 43 buildings opt-out.
By gathering details of hours worked by managers, Usdaw hopes to build its case against the opt-out clause of the 48-hour maximum working week.
MOST employers want to retain the UK's opt-out from a European directive aimed at limiting working hours to 48 a week.
But it's an opt-out bill, which means that when it becomes law, anybody will be able to spam anybody else, legally, as long as they give the spammee the option to remove themselves from future spams.