waive
transitive verb
1. (to relinquish) 
a. renunciar a (right) 
The defendant waived his right to a lawyer.El acusado renunció a su derecho a contar con un abogado.
2. (to remove a requirement) 
a. no aplicar (rule) 
The implementing agency should have the possibility to waive the rule.El organismo de aplicación debe contar con la posibilidad de no aplicar la norma.
b. no exigir (condition) 
Because I was a new client, she agreed to waive the membership fee.Como era un nuevo cliente, consintió en no exigir la cuota de socio.
waive
transitive verb
1. (rights, claim) 
a. renunciar a 
2. (rule) 
a. no aplicar 
waive [weɪv]
transitive verb
1 (not claim) [+right, claim, fee] renunciar a
the soloist has offered to waive her fee for this charity performance
2 (exonerate from) [+payment of loan, interest] exonerar de
3 (suspend) [+regulation] no aplicar; [+condition, restriction] no exigir
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