Translation of opt-out in Spanish:

opt-out

opción de exclusión, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɑp ˌtaʊt///

noun

  • 1

    (from treaty, agreement)
    opción de exclusión feminine
    opción de no participación feminine
    opt-out email email en el que se especifica que no se quiere seguir recibiendo material de promoción
    • If you're a legitimate company (like Hormel), and your e-mails have a valid return address, then if you respond to opt-outs you're golden.
    • Under the opt-out negotiated by John Major at Maastricht in 1992, we stood on the sidelines preferring, as John Major put it, to ‘wait and see’.
    • It has refused to insist on an opt-out from the European Convention on Human Rights, and refused to acknowledge that its own Human Rights Act has made immigration policy impossible.
    • There will be a huge row later this year when the opt-out, which was negotiated by the Conservative Government a decade ago, will be reviewed by the European Commission.
    • The following year a referendum approved a modified version of the agreement with four opt-outs negotiated by the government, including exclusion from the single currency zone and joint defence proposals.
    • 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.
    • On balance, there is something in the contention that a Yes vote means we will have more influence in securing future opt-outs.
    • 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.
    • There are so many issues that the opt-out has been put on the back burner.
    • The British government has also indicated it will seek to defend its opt-out, which has existed since the introduction of the 48-hour week in 1993.
    • Many Conservative policy prescriptions, from both the leadership contenders, would involve Britain seeking opt-outs that the EU may be unwilling or unable to grant.
    • Most observers believe a Scottish opt-out will not be launched until the switch from terrestrial to digital broadcasting allows viewers to make their own choice of exactly what to watch.
    • Premier Chang vows not to invoke national security opt-outs to discriminate against Chinese products.
    • Last week the BBC announced that viewers to Newsnight were up by 100,000 since the opt-out was introduced, with many switching on after 11 pm to see the Scottish element.
    • 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.
    • The government is sheltering behind these workers, insisting that it can't drop the opt-out because that would effectively mean legislating a pay-cut for 1.6 million workers.
    • The case for opt-outs for private insurance is made by this very policy.
    • You also need to track consent and opt-outs to make sure you don't inadvertently contact individuals who've already opted out.
    • But many African nations do not use the opt-out for lack of legal know-how and because they are ‘under pressure not to do so.’
    • Major may have succeeded in obtaining opt-outs from the single currency and the social chapter, but agreed to the fundamental changes in the balance of powers between the community institutions.
  • 2

    (in UK)
    (school/hospital) que opta por pasar a depender directamente del gobierno central