- adj.任意的; 自由决定的; 酌情行事的; 便宜行事的;
Check whether you are entitled to a discretionary grant for your course.
The judge has the power to make discretionary awards.
Magistrates were given wider discretionary powers.
The courts'application of the doctrine is highly discretionary, but a few generalizations can be made.
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The executive directors are entitled to a discretionary Bonus.
Any payments are discretionary, non - binding and revocable for future years.
Air Liquide's Mr Potier refers to the cutting of all discretionary expenses.
A specific type of express trust is a discretionary trust.
With reduced incomes, only cutting discretionary spending can produce higher savings.
The enactment of this regulation gives us discretionary power.
Is this an area that is purely and legitimately discretionary?
Any discretionary order placed by Broker for a customer.
Research on discretionary power to exclude power is great meaningful.
The commission has discretionary power to award extra funds.
That trend in discretionary spending has become known as the lipstick indicator.
1. having or using the ability to act or decide according to your own discretion or judgment;
"The commission has discretionary power to award extra funds"
2. (especially of funds) not earmarked; available for use as needed;