opt

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} tercih etmek
opt out çekilmek
-e tercih etmek
-e yeğlemek
(for ile) -e yeğlemek
yapmamayı tercih etmek
(out ile) -den çekilmek
(Askeri) harekat planlama timi (operational planning team)
{f} seçmek

Seçmek için sadece üç seçeneğin var. - You have only three options to select.

opt çekil/yeğle
vaz geçmek
{f} yeğlemek
yapmamaya karar vermek
{f} karar kılmak
opt to
-e karar vermek
opt out
(Politika, Siyaset) dışında kalmak
opt out
(Sigorta) ayrılma
opt out
(Politika, Siyaset) katılmamayı uygun görmek
opt out
(Politika, Siyaset) karışmamayı tercih etmek
opt out of
vazgeçmek
opt out of
yapmamaya karar vermek
opt out
çekilmek
opt out
vaz geçmek
opt in
Bir grup ya da sisteme katılmaya karar vermek
opt for
-i seçmek
opt out
(deyim) opt out (of sth.) çekilmek,vaz geçmek.yapmamaya karar vermek
opt out
(of) (-den) çekilmek, (-den) vazgeçmek, (-i) yapmamaya karar vermek
opt out
(fiil)zgeçmek, çekilmek
opt out
vazgeçmek
opt out provision
(Politika, Siyaset) istisnadan yaralanma hükmü
opt for
tercih etmek
opt for
seçmek
opt to
karar vermek
opted
tercih edilmiş
opted
seçilmiş
opting
seçme
opting
tercih etme
co-opt
üye olarak kabul etmek
optative
istek kavramı veren
.opt
Opt
third person singular of opt
üçüncü kişinin tekil opt
co opt
atamak
co opt
oybirliği ile seçmek
co opt
seçmek
optative
dilek kip
optative
{s} dilek kipi
optative
{s} istek belirten
optative
{s} istek belirten. i., dilb. istek kipi
optative
istek kipi
optative
{s} dilek ifade eden
optative
gram istek kipi
İngilizce - İngilizce
To choose; to select

She opted for the salad rather than the steak.

optative
Optional
Optimize support file (QEMM)
Open Packet Telephony
CRS Option (qv) Option date (qv)
Overprinted
If you opt for something, or opt to do something, you choose it or decide to do it in preference to anything else. Depending on your circumstances you may wish to opt for one method or the other Our students can also opt to stay in residence. To choose not to participate in something: "give individual schools the right to opt out of the local educational authority" (Newsweek). to choose one thing or do one thing instead of another opt for (opter, from optare )
not mandatory, left to one's individual discretion, not required
CHAR Name of option
Ophthalmic Technology/Vision Care
Outpatient physical therapy
Outpatient treatment
{f} choose; prefer
select as an alternative; choose instead; prefer as an alternative; "I always choose the fish over the meat courses in this restaurant"; "She opted for the job on the East coast"
opt in
To choose to participate in something
opt out
To choose not to participate in something
opt-in
Of a selection, the property of having to choose explicitly to join or permit something; a decision having the default option being exclusion or avoidance; used particularly with regard to mailing lists and advertisement

They set up an opt-in mailing list, so that those who wanted the notices could subscribe.

opt-out
Of a selection, the property of having to choose explicitly to avoid or forbid something; a decision having the default option being inclusion or permission; used particularly with regard to mailing lists and advertisement

With opt-out forms, take care to uncheck all unwanted selections.

opt-out
a school or hospital that has withdrawn from local control
opt-out
the act of opting out of something
opt for
choose
opt in
If you can opt in to something, you are able to choose to be part of an agreement or system. He proposed that only those countries which were willing and able should opt in to phase three He didn't exactly opt out because he never opted in
opt out
A right of an individual end-use customer to decide not to buy from a given aggregator Typically used in situations where one or more aggregators are identified as the primary suppliers in an area, as in the case of a standard offer, a competition for a competitive franchise, a community access entity, or a co-op
opt out
choose not to do something, as out of fear of failing; "She copped out when she was supposed to get into the hang glider"
opt out
The act by which a class member excludes himself from a class proceeding This action generally has the effect of not binding the class member who opts out to any judgment in the case It also has the effect of excluding any such class member from being able to participate in any settlement or favorable judgment
opt out
A CND services environment where CLI is transmitted automatically by senders unless they have made a choice to disable transmission of their CLI
opt out
If you opt out of something, you choose to be no longer involved in it. powers for hospitals to opt out of health authority control Under the agreement the Vietnamese can opt out at any time
opt out
choose not to do something, as out of fear of failing; "She copped out when she was supposed to get into the hang glider
opt out
Limiting the sharing of information about you to others, such as opting out of credit or insurance offers that were not initiated by you
opt out of
choose to withdraw, resign
opt-in
Where an individual deliberately requests to join a service or receive more information
opt-in
Statement by an individual that they are willing to receive sales and marketing communications; opportunity provided by a company to allow the above
opt-in
When a person gives explicit permission for a company to use personal information for marketing purposes
opt-in
An email marketing term in which the email recipient has specifically requested receiving email related to a specific topic of interest
opt-in
Email marketing term whereby the recipient specifically requests receiving promotional emails related to a specific topic of interest
opt-in
The people subscribed to a mailing list have asked to receive the information or advertising (Double Op-In means the person requesting information must confirm their desire to receive it by responding to an email message after subscribing )
opt-in
An approach to e-mail marketing in which customers must explicitly request to be included in an e-mail campaign or newsletter
opt-in
When a consumer chooses to receive messages on a certain topic
opt-in
A policy for giving permission under which the user explicitly permits the Web site operator to either collect the information, use it in a specified manner and/or share it with others when such use or disclosure to third parties is unrelated to the purpose for which the information was collected (See also "opt-out")
opt-in
The option giving consumer complete control over the collection and dissemination of his/her personal information A site that provides this option is stating that it will not gather or track Personally Identifiable Information about consumer unless consumer knowingly provides such information and consents to the collection and use of such information The company must have consumer's permission prior to collecting or using the Information
opt-in
Opt-in is where a customer has given active affirmation that s/he is content to receive communication services (or marketer messages)
opt-in
The recipient is given the option of choosing to be on a mailing list Recipients have to take a specific action to be added to the list (check a box, offer an email address, click a submit button, etc )
opt-in
The voluntary process by which an electric generator not affected by the Title IV (acid rain) provisions of the CAAA of 1990 may choose to become affected and therefore subject to sulfur dioxide emission limitations
opt-in
A term popular in news groups and e-mail You can opt-in to receive e-mails on a certain subject For example, by establishing an opt-in on your Web site, you can send customers an e-mail when you have a sale
opt-in
An ad campaign targeted to individuals who have requested to receive offers and information on specific products or services
opt-in
Requesting the Web surfer's permission before an Internet site collects any data on that individual's online activities or before sending any communications to that individual
opt-out
To unsubscribe to a service or ask to stop receiving information
opt-out
An opt-out clause in an agreement gives people the choice not to be involved in one part of that agreement. an opt-out clause
opt-out
The people subscribed to a mailing list have not asked to receive the email (it's SPAM), but they have the option of removing their name from the list if they wish Removing your name from an Opt-Out list often has the undesirable effect of getting your name and email address on even more lists!
opt-out
A policy under which the user's permission is implied unless the user explicitly requests that his/her information not be collected, used and/or shared when such use or disclosure to third parties is unrelated to the purpose for which the information was collected (See also "opt-in")
opt-out
Email marketing term whereby emails are sent to the recipient whether they've signed up or not The recipient then has to specifically request not to be included in any further email shots
opt-out
You can refer to the action taken by a school or hospital in which they choose not to be controlled by a local government authority as an opt-out. More freedom and choice will be given to parents, and the school opt-outs will be stepped up
opt-out
An opt-out school or hospital has chosen to leave local government control and manage itself using national government money. teachers at opt-out schools
opt-out
The list builder assumes that the recipient wants to get email but offers the recipient the chance to remove his or her address from the list The default position for opt-out is yes, and the recipient has to take an overt action to get his or her name off the list Since many less-experienced users are not trained to watch for the small type and sometimes subtle opt-out box to uncheck, this audience is considered by many to be less qualified
opt-out
You can refer to the action of choosing not to be involved in a particular part of an agreement as an opt-out. a list of demands, such as opt-outs from some parts of the treaty
opt-out
Opt-out is where a customer is given opportunity to block communication services (or marketer messages)
opt-out
The opportunity for customers to have their information withheld from the Mass List
opt-out
Statement by an individual that they are unwilling to receive sales and marketing communications; opportunity provided by a company to allow the above
opt-out
An approach to e-mail marketing in which customers are included in e-mail campaigns or newsletters until they specifically request not to be subscribed any longer This method is not recommended and may in some cases be illegal
opt-out
optionally get out of such as a banner advertiser's program where cookies are placed on the user's computer when the user visits one of the banner adverting agency's associates
opt-out
When a consumer requests not to receive messages
opt-out
Including Web surfers in certain activities (such as an Internet database or an e-mail newsletter list) they specifically asked to be left out of
opt-out
When a person must instruct a company not to use their personal information for marketing purposes
opt-out
The option whereby a consumer must actively choose to prevent Personally Identifiable Information from being used by a particular website or shared with third parties Typically the consumer is asked to choose to "opt-out" in order to prevent the Host from using his/her information
co-opt
To commandeer, appropriate or take over
co-opt
To absorb or assimilate into an established group
co-opt
To elect as a fellow member of a group, such as a committee
co-opt
{f} elect as a member; absorb; appropriate, take over
co-opt
neutralize or win over through assimilation into an established group; "We co-opted the independent minority tribes by pulling them into the Northern Alliance
co-opt
If you co-opt someone, you persuade them to help or support you. Mr Wallace tries to co-opt rather than defeat his critics
co-opt
If a group or political party co-opts a slogan or policy, they take it, often from another group or political party, and use it themselves. He co-opted many nationalist slogans and cultivated a populist image
co-opt
If someone is co-opted into a group, they are asked by that group to become a member, rather than joining or being elected in the normal way. He was co-opted into the Labour Government of 1964 He's been authorised to co-opt anyone he wants to join him
co-opt
choose or elect as a fellow member or colleague; "The church members co-opted individuals from similar backgrounds to replenish the congregation"
co-opt
appoint summarily or commandeer; "The army tried to co-opt peasants into civil defence groups"
co-opt
take or assume for one's own use; "He co-opted the criticism and embraced it"
opted
past of opt
opting
present participle of opt
opts
third person singular of opt
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