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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Available at one's discretion; able to be used as one chooses; left to or regulated by one's own discretion or judgment. e.g., discretionary income, discretionary powers
{s} according to one's own judgement
{a} left at large, unlimited, full
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"
Left to discretion; unrestrained except by discretion or judgment; as, an ambassador with discretionary powers
Increase - Wage increase (incremental, percentage, or lump sum) which may vary in amount from employee to employee within the limits prescribed in the compensation plan based on performance evaluations
activity means an activity - (a) Which is provided for, as a discretionary activity, by a rule in a plan or proposed plan; and (b) Which is allowed only if a resource consent is obtained in respect of that activity; and (c) Which may have standards and terms specified in a plan or proposed plan; and (d) In respect of which the consent authority may restrict the exercise of its discretion to those matters specified in a plan or proposed plan A resource consent is required for these activities and the Plan will set out the information required with the application The Council has the discretion to grant the consent and impose conditions, or decline the application The application will be assessed in accordance with terms and standards specified in the Plan and in the Act The Plan may limit the scope of the Council discretion to specified matters
(especially of funds) not earmarked; available for use as needed; "discretionary funds"; "discretionary income
Discretionary things are not fixed by rules but are decided on by people in authority, who consider each individual case. Magistrates were given wider discretionary powers. not controlled by strict rules, but decided on by someone in a position of authority
you might be allowed to do it and must get a consent
Funds are awarded to individual grantees at the discretion of the federal administering agency
Involving funds provided in annual appropriation acts (or authorizing legislation) based on estimated costs of levels of service proposed by budget policy decisions at the time of enactment Discretionary funds also refers to funds whose disbursement by an authorizing official is based on the discretion of such official, under general guidelines established by existing law (See also Mandatory )
available at ones discretion, able to be used of however one chooses, e.g., discretionary income, discretionary powers
"Discretionary" means an action which requires the exercise of judgment or deliberation during the decision-making process, as distinguished from situations where the public agency or body is limited to a determination of conformity with applicable statues, ordinances or regulations
(especially of funds) not earmarked; available for use as needed; "discretionary funds"; "discretionary income"
- Subject to the discretion of legislators or an administrator The federal Section 5309 New Starts Program is an example of a discretionary program
discretionary fiscal policy
A fiscal policy achieved through government intervention, as opposed to automatic stabilizers
discretionary spending
The amount or portion of a person's or group's expenditures which is used for non-essential or voluntary disbursements; the amount or portion of one's expenditures which one may make as one sees fit

In this scenario discretionary spending is held to a constant share of GDP.

discretionary spending
US government expenditures which are subject to annual review and authorization by Congress, as distinct from expenditures authorized by existing laws

Perot would cut federal discretionary spending by 15 percent, chopping items that range from the space station to the Rural Electrification Administration.

discretionary spending
The action of making such expenditures

If only the Kindle 2 were cheaper! Despite its other shortcomings, Amazon's new and improved digital-book reading device does enough right that it could become the Model T of e-readers, capturing the imagination—and discretionary spending—of the masses.

discretionary allocation
Any allocation of an item of income, gain, deduction, or loss pursuant to the provisions
discretionary fund
Any allocation of an item of income, gain, deduction, or loss pursuant to the provisions
discretionary account
A stock or commodity account in which an agent is free to trade without prior consultation with the customer
discretionary income
Individual income that is not allocated for necessary items such as food and shelter. the money remaining from your income after your bills have been paid, which can be spent on entertainment, holidays etc
discretionary trust
a trust that gives the trustee discretion to pay the beneficiary as much of the trust income as the trustee believes appropriate
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in the government budget (used to finance secret projects)