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opt-out clause

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  • opt-out — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms opt out : singular opt out plural opt outs 1) a decision not to be involved in something, or the freedom to make that decision Some senior ministers were angry about Britain s opt out. The agreement contains an …   English dictionary

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