Slobodno biranje, slobodan izbor, pravo biranja; naročito: pravo slobodnog opredeljivanja u biranju otadžbine ili podaničke pripadnosti, koje se daje, do jednog određenog roka, stanovnicima osvojene ili prisajedinjene (anektirane) pokrajine. (lat.)
ETYM Latin optio; akin to optare to choose, wish, optimus best, and perh. to Eng. apt: cf. French option.
1. An alternative action; SYN. alternative, choice.
2. 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.
In business, a contract giving the owner the right (as opposed to the obligation, as with futures contracts; see futures trading) to buy or sell a specific quantity of a particular commodity or currency at a future date and at an agreed price, in return for a premium. The buyer or seller can decide not to exercise the option if it would prove disadvantageous.
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Opcija ili parametar u naredbi.
1. A circuit element that has two states: on and off.
2. A control device that allows the user to choose one of two or more possible states.
3. In communications, a computer or electromechanical device that controls routing and operation of a signal path.
4. In networking, a device capable of forwarding packets directly to the ports associated with particular network addresses. See also bridge, multilayer, router.
5. In operating systems such as MS-DOS, an argument used to control the execution of a command or an application, typically starting with a slash character (/).