“To opt out” – What does it mean?


Example sentences from the web:

  • Passengers shall be entitled to opt out from a security scanner.
  • Like every other country, since the Treaty of Amsterdam Denmark is entitled to opt out of any matters relating to military initiatives.
  • Jane decided to opt out of the project.
  • Just, from now on, if we make any changes, we have to let people opt in rather than forcing them to opt out.

Words you may not know:

CHAPERONING => to attend or acting as a chaperon.
CHAPERON => any adult present in order to maintain order or propriety at an activity of young people, as at a school dance.

TO ENTITLE => to give a right to (someone).

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