verb (used without object)
Origin of opt
Synonyms for opt
Examples from the Web for opt-out
Contemporary Examples of opt-out
Would Social Security need an opt-out system for it to still be constitutional?Conservatives go to Court to Stop Free-Market Healthcare
March 13, 2012
He is strongly encouraging airports to opt-out of the TSA now.
But Mica also wisely created a provision that allowed airports to opt-out of the TSA and use private screeners instead.
She can act out the opt-out revolution and be as meaninglessly popular as that other stay-at-home mom, Laura Bush.Why Michelle Is Sliding
November 13, 2009
Word Origin for opt
1877, from French opter "to choose" (16c.), from Latin optare "choose, desire" (see option). To opt out is attested from 1922. Related: Opted; opting.