default option


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Noun1.default option - an option that is selected automatically unless an alternative is specified
alternative, option, choice - one of a number of things from which only one can be chosen; "what option did I have?"; "there no other alternative"; "my only choice is to refuse"
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default option

n (Comput) → opzione f di default
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The health kids meals bill requires restaurants to make water, milk or 0 percent fruit juice the default option for prepackaged kids meals.
She says, "Open source will become a default option.
Twitter announced in a blogpost that it now supports third-party apps like Authy and Google Authenticator for the login verification feature (two-factor authentication) instead of SMS, which is set as the default option.
The Work and Pensions Select Committee also said people should be given guidance as a default option before they access their pension pot, unless they expressly opt out.
Users can protect themselves from the flawed system by changing their own settings to turn off the default option that shares private photos with anyone who has granted access to their own images.
In parts of Israel, elevated cemeteries are now the default option for the recently departed.
When presented with a default option, consumers are significantly more likely to passively accept it than they would be to actively select it.
Not only that, but most employees still select a DB pension plan even when the retirement plan default option favors a DC plan.
Raikes "But in Britain, our Whitehallknows-best attitude leads to the capital being the government's default option for more funding.
Walsh: The participant can liquidate assets out of the default option at least once every 90 days.
Of auto enrolled participants, 72 percent keep their assets in the default option, demonstrating that the plan sponsors choice can have a powerful impact on participant outcomes.
The proposed addition would at least give pause to an individual who might otherwise improperly regard this as a default option.