discretion

listen to the pronunciation of discretion
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} sağduyu

Sağduyu nadir ve önemli bir erdemdir. - Discretion is a rare and important virtue.

{i} takdir yetkisi

Ebeveyn takdir yetkisi tavsiye edilir. - Parental discretion is advised.

dikkat
{i} tedbir

Tedbirini takdir ediyorum. - I appreciate your discretion.

{i} sağduyulu olma
at your discretion istediğiniz zamanda
{i} hoşgörü
ketumiyet
takt
{i} temyiz gücü
akıllılık
denlilik
aklı selimlik
sakınım
{i} naziklik
{i} takdir

Tedbirini takdir ediyorum. - I appreciate your discretion.

Ebeveyn takdir yetkisi tavsiye edilir. - Parental discretion is advised.

{i} ihtiyat
{i} aklıselimlik
{i} incelik
{i} erginlik
{i} ağzı sıkılık
surrender at discretion kayıtsız ş
takdir edebilme hakkı
{i} ağız sıkılığı
ayırma
şahsi karar verebilme yetkisi
tefrik
Basiret cesaretten sayılır
Discretion is the better part of valor
takdir hakkı
(Kanun) temyiz kudreti
takdiren
(Hukuk) yargı gücü
discretion of court
(Kanun) mahkemenin takdir yetkisi
discretion of
sağduyu
discretion of judge
(Kanun) hakimin takdiri
sole discretion
yegane takdir yetkisi
submit to one's discretion
takdirine sunmak
at your discretion
uygun bulursanız
criminal discretion
cezai ehliyet
absolute discretion
mutlak takdir
at the discretion of
in takdirinde

The awards are made at the discretion of the committee.

at its own discretion
kendi takdirine bağlı olarak
at its sole discretion
kendi takdirinde
at its sole discretion
kendi takdirine bağlı
at its sole discretion
sırf kendi keyfiyetine göre
at its sole discretion
kendi takdirine göre
at its sole discretion
kendi karar yetkisi dahilinde
at its sole discretion
kendi inisiyatifine göre
at its sole discretion
sadece kendi keyfiyetine göre
at your discretion
(isim)sıl isterseniz, istediğiniz kadar
at your discretion
istediğiniz kadar
at your discretion
nasıl isterseniz
banker's discretion
bankacılık sırrı
in one's discretion
kendi takdirinde
in your discretion
sizin elinizde
in your discretion
takdirinize kalmış
temporal loss of discretion
(Politika, Siyaset) geçici temyiz gücü kaybı
years of discretion
akıl yaşı
İngilizce - İngilizce
The ability to make wise choices or decisions
The quality of being discreet or circumspect

Bob showed great discretion despite his knowledge of the affair.

The freedom to make one's own judgements

I leave that to your discretion.

{n} prudence, caution, liberty to act
the ability to make explicit policy decisions in response to macroeconomic conditions
the trait of judging wisely and objectively; "a man of discernment"
The full or partial power to make a decision or judgment
The freedom to make ones own judgements
the exercise of an official prerogative to act in an official capacity
The power to make a decision that cannot be determined to be right or wrong in an objective sense Discretion amounts to the power of the decision-maker to choose a particular course of action for good reasons and in good faith, after considering the relevant facts and circumstances; the applicable law, including the objects of the FOIP Act; and the proper application of the law to the relevant facts and circumstances
The quality of being discreet; wise conduct and management; cautious discernment, especially as to matters of propriety and self-control; prudence; circumspection; wariness
the power of making free choices unconstrained by external agencies
refined taste; tact
knowing how to avoid embarrassment or distress; "the servants showed great tact and discretion"
  Not all agency discretion over conditions of employment of unit employees is subject to bargaining   As the Authority noted in 55 FLRA No 1, # 3,  "[w]here law or applicable regulation vests an agency with sole and exclusive discretion over a matter, it would be contrary to law to require that discretion to be exercised through collective bargaining "  The most important types of discretion reserved to management are management's § 7106(a) "management rights "  However, there are several exceptions to those reserved rights, including those mentioned in § 7106(b)
{i} caution, wisdom, careful judgment
Freedom given to the floor broker by an investor to use his judgment regarding the execution of an order Discretion can be limited, as in the case of a limit order that gives the floor broker 125 or 25 point from the stated limit price to use his judgment in executing the order Discretion can also be unlimited, as in the case of a market-not-held order See Limit Order and Market Not Held Order
Not all agency discretion over conditions of employment of unit employees is subject to bargaining As the Authority noted in 55 FLRA No 1, # 3,"[w]here law or applicable regulation vests an agency with sole and exclusive discretion over a matter, it would be contrary to law to require that discretion to be exercised through collective bargaining " For an example of a case in which FLRA found that the agency had sole and exclusive discretion, see 47 FLRA No 84, aff'd AFGE, Local 3295 v FLRA, 46 F 3d 73 (D C Cir 1/27/95) For a case where FLRA held that Congress did not intend the agency's pay setting authority to be sole and exclusive, see 50 FLRA No 87, petition for review denied, 88 F3d 1279 (D C Cir 1996) The most important types of discretion reserved to management are management's § 7106(a) "management rights " However, there are several exceptions to those reserved rights, including those mentioned in § 7106(b)
the trait of judging wisely and objectively; "a man of discernment" knowing how to avoid embarrassment or distress; "the servants showed great tact and discretion" freedom to act or judge on one's own
The flexibility afforded government to decide something within the broader framework of rules
Freedom given by an investor to his or her investment advisor to use judgment regarding the execution of an order Discretion can be limited, as in the case of a limit order which gives the trader $0 05 or $0 01 point from the stated limit price to use his or her judgment in executing the order Discretion can also be unlimited, as in the case of a market-not-held order
If someone in a position of authority uses their discretion or has the discretion to do something in a particular situation, they have the freedom and authority to decide what to do. This committee may want to exercise its discretion to look into those charges
Discretion is the quality of behaving in a quiet and controlled way without drawing attention to yourself or giving away personal or private information. Larsson sometimes joined in the fun, but with more discretion
freedom to act or judge on one's own
hybrid distinct aberration ramification
Discrimination
Disjunction; separation
Freedom to act according to one's own judgment; unrestrained exercise of choice or will
If something happens at someone's discretion, it can happen only if they decide to do it or give their permission. We may vary the limit at our discretion and will notify you of any change
discretion is the better part of valour
It is often wiser to refrain from seemingly brave speech or action

The better part of valour is discretion; in the which better part, I have saved my life.

discretion is the better part of valor
one should be courageous but not foolish
abuse of discretion
Any action by a government official by which that official renders decisions for a clearly improper purpose
abuse of discretion
The rendering of a decision by a court that is so unreasonable in light of the facts of the case or is such an unreasonable deviation from legal precedent that it must be reversed
abuses of discretion
plural form of abuse of discretion
absolute discretion
{i} complete prudence
act with discretion
act with caution, act in a discrete manner
administrative discretion
consideration made by a managing authority, decision by an authority
at his discretion
according to his judgment, by his choosing
at one's discretion
according to one's own judgment, according to what one thinks is best
exercised discretion
exhibited tact, showed prudence, exercised caution
in the discretion of the court
up to the consideration of the legal system
judicial discretion
judge's assessment, freedom of decision by a judge
discretion