Traducción de waive en Español:


no aplicar, v.

Pronunciación /weɪv//weɪv/

verbo transitivo


  • 1

    (not apply)
    (rule) no aplicar
    (condition) no exigir
    • This fee is usually waived for credit card transactions within the eurozone.
    • If you say that you will waive rule 6 and allow us to release that information, I will tell the court I have no objection.
    • It's extending deadlines, and changing rules and waiving certain fees for people whose lives have been turned upside down by Katrina.
    • Colleges are always ready to consider reducing or waiving the fee, where it would cause hardship to the apprentice or their family.
    • Without those provisions, the referee cannot waive any rule or determine that compliance is not required.
    • It may be that breaches of clear disciplinary rules are waived with such regularity that an employee is lulled into a false sense of security.
    • These exemptions were designed to be applied in cases where there is a compassionate need to waive the rules.
    • Williams declined the president's invitation to speak on November 4, and instead addressed students in October, waiving her fee.
    • Cantor ended uncertainty by saying it will pay performance bonuses at the end of the year to the families of victims, waiving a rule that employees must work to the end of the period.
    • Whether you overslept or had a flat tire, airlines often will waive such fees for passengers who unintentionally miss flights.
    • The fee is waived if you spend more than £50,000 a year on the card.
    • The agency - who waived their fee - worked with the hospice in defining the key message they needed to deliver.
    • The Oval Room has introduced a BYO Wine Night on Saturday, waiving the corkage fee.
    • Some airlines will also waive fees if a servicemember can present a copy of military orders or a letter from a commander.
    • But we will not secure what's left of that tradition by, as one leading tabloid urged the other day, waiving the rules in this particular situation.
    • Both venues waived their fees for the fund-raising shows.
    • The president already has the power to waive environmental rules for national security.
    • The five-times gold medal winner also waived a five-figure fee for appearing at the race along the River Dee.
    • However, Gazette editor Gary Lawrence asked the magistrates to exercise their power to waive the rule.
    • The NSW government is waiving the fee for beekeepers with hives in bushfire-affected areas of state forests and national parks.
  • 2

    (renounce, forgo)
    (privilege/right) renunciar a
    • The question is, did this man voluntarily waive his rights and give that kind of a statement?
    • Therefore, he waives his rights when he answers the question without invoking the Fifth Amendment.
    • Ms Bonder, married Mr Kerkorian in August 1999 and signed a pre-nuptial agreement waiving any claim to his fortune.
    • It is almost impossible for anybody to find out how much the companies hold in orphan assets, never mind a fair price for waiving your rights to the money.
    • Royal Mail managers are being asked to sign documents which waive that right.
    • Secondly, I find the respondent was fully aware and fully understood that she was waiving any claim for property and support.
    • First, she said, ‘to hold a meeting which has as its purpose to disclaim or waive such rights seems to us to be contrary to the goals of WIPO’.
    • He said he would waive claims against the government if the authorities agreed to this figure.
    • Tracey, 32, who has waived her automatic right to anonymity, said it was only now that she felt strong enough to speak out about her ordeal.
    • Sources close to the TD say he did not waive his rights to the inheritance.
    • Before that could go ahead, she had to sign legal documents waiving any right of recompense should the surgery go wrong.
    • When consumers waive subrogation rights, insurance companies may refuse to pay for that particular incident.
    • But they must agree to waive future rights to compensation for policies that were missold to them.
    • The Duke spares Shylock's life and offers to waive the state's claim to half Shylock's wealth, requiring only a fine.
    • His attorney has said that he waived that right to confidentiality more than a year ago.
    • By law, reservists receive 12 months downtime between overseas deployments unless they waive that right.
    • He waived his rights and entered a plea of no contest.
    • National Grid was urged today to ‘do the decent thing’ and waive its claim for massive costs from widow Rosalind Craven.
    • My lawyer friends unanimously tell me that nothing you sign can waive the rights of another person.
    • If you do not demand your rights or if you sign papers waiving your rights, the INS may deport you before you see a lawyer or an immigration judge.