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Verb
/ˈäpSHən/,
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options, plural;
  1. Buy or sell an option on (something)
    • - his second script will have been optioned by the time you read this
  2. Transfer a player (to a minor league team) with an option to recall him

Noun
  1. A thing that is or may be chosen
    • - choose the cheapest options for supplying energy
  2. The freedom, power, or right to choose something
    • - she was given the option of resigning or being dismissed
    • - he has no option but to pay up
  3. A right to buy or sell a particular thing at a specified price within a set time
    • - Columbia Pictures has an option on the script
    • - an option to buy the land
  4. An offensive play in which the ball carrier has the option to run, pass, hand off, or lateral


  1. the right to buy or sell property at an agreed price; the right is purchased and if it is not exercised by a stated date the money is forfeited
  2. one of a number of things from which only one can be chosen; "what option did I have?"; "there no other alternative"; "my only choice is to refuse"
  3. choice: the act of choosing or selecting; "your choice of colors was unfortunate"; "you can take your pick"
  4. An option, when purchasing aircraft, allows an airline to purchase additional aircraft in the future at an agreed price and date.
  5. Major League Baseball transactions are changes made to the roster of a major league team during or after the season. They may include waiving, releasing, and trading players, as well as assigning players to minor league teams.
  6. Option N.V. is a publicly quoted technology company, headquartered in Leuven, Belgium. Option specializes in the design, development, production and commercialization of broadband wireless technology devices. ...
  7. In communications or computer systems, a configuration is an arrangement of functional units according to their nature, number, and chief characteristics. Often, configuration pertains to the choice of hardware, software, firmware, and documentation. ...
  8. In the film industry, an option is a contractual agreement between a movie studio, a production company, or a film producer and a writer, in which the producer obtains the right to buy a screenplay from the writer, before a certain date.
  9. In finance, an option is a derivative financial instrument that establishes a contract between two parties concerning the buying or selling of an asset at a reference price during a specified time frame. ...
  10. One of the choices which can be made; The freedom or right to choose; A contract giving the holder the right to buy or sell an asset at a set strike price; can apply to financial market transactions, or to ordinary transactions for tangible assets such as a residence or automobile; To purchase ...
  11. (Options) An option involves the right (but not the obligation) to dispose of (‘put option’) or buy (‘call option’) an asset at a fixed price on a specified future date. There is no legal requirement to exercise an option. Most options are traded without anything physical ever changing hands.
  12. (Options) An agreement that allows the holder to have the option to buy/sell a specific security at a certain price within a certain time. There are two types of options: call and put. A call is the right to buy while a put is the right to sell. One can write or buy call and put options.
  13. (Options) a derivative investment, giving the holder an option to buy or sell a specified quantity of an underlying asset at some time in the future, at a price which is agreed when the contract is executed.
  14. (OPTIONS) Contracts that allow, but do not oblige, the buying or selling of property or assets at a certain date at a set price.
  15. (options) These contracts give the holder the right to buy or sell securities at a set price or a set period of time Investors often use them to protect, or hedge, an existing investment. An option contract is a type of derivative.
  16. (Options) A privilege or right to buy or sell specified securities or commodities at a definite price within an agreed-upon time.
  17. (Options) These are features that do not come standard with a certain model, but are installed by the factory. Since the vehicles arrive at the dealer already equipped with options, you don't really choose an option; rather, you choose a vehicle with the options you like. ...
  18. (options) alternatives; choices
  19. (Options) discretionary features of a new home beyond those already included in the base price. Each home design usually has its own list of options, which might include upgrades to appliances, flooring or countertops, bath fixturing, cabinetry or window details.
  20. (Options) The different alternatives available for action. All options have strengths, weaknesses, risks and trade-offs. Informed decisions are made by understanding the options, and then choosing the best one. There are many options for running an organization or managing a forest ecosystem.
  21. (Options) (2) You select your resources in the drop down menu, in this case Iron ingots, or Red scales, the two smith resources, however if you have a selection of ingots/scales in your backpack you may select any from the lists to use. ...
  22. (Options) A derivatives instrument where the buyer has the right to take up certain shares on specified terms within or at a specified time.
  23. (Options) A game function that can be accessed in the Lobby, Gameroom, or In-Game menu. It allows you to edit all of the game mechanics to a certain extent.
  24. (Options) A menu choice or button which generally activates a dialog box with additional choices.
  25. (Options) Additional header fields (called options) may follow the urgent pointer. If any options are present then the total length of the option field must be a multiple of a 32-bit word and the data offset field adjusted appropriately.