What does opting mean?

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  1. toping

  2. poting

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of opting in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of opting in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of opting in a Sentence

  1. Junichi Ishikawa:

    The BOJ might have tried to do something by opting for negative rates, but in reality the initiative belongs elsewhere. Dollar/yen is dictated by global risk sentiment, which also decides the trend in the currency market as a whole, the BOJ can only do so much. The markets see through the fact that the central bank's efforts would not be effective in the absence of domestic demand, which is up to the government to create through its policies.

  2. Stephen Hyndman:

    Many companies that initially were excited about the low interest rate, the expedited process for applying, the potential for forgiveness of the loan, things like that, found it pretty attractive, but then after going through the full consideration of what's involved here, many are opting out.

  3. Kari Bagnall:

    The most special thing about these particular monkeys is that they came out of the FDA, which has not released monkeys out of research in the past -- and we are so happy that now the FDA is opting to retire monkeys after the research has ended. They didn't have to do this, all of these monkeys were born inside.

  4. Rahul Rai:

    The most credible way for Maruti to show there is no tie-in would be by providing actual data on Maruti car buyers opting for insurers other than those recommended by it.

  5. Merryl Tisch:

    Those who call for 'opting out' really want New York to 'opt out' of information that can help parents and teachers understand how well students are doing, we cannot go back to ignoring the needs of our children. It's time to stop making noise to protect the adults and start speaking up for the students.

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