discretional : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s having or using the ability to act or decide according to your own discretion or judgment
- Goodluck Jonathan in AFP
Some people had expected me to openly declare my assets as my boss did...... If the law says so, I will do it. But the law does not say it -- it is discretional,Jonathan told journalists on Saturday.
- Beatriz Paredes in Reuters
As far as contracts go, the proposals in the bill are dark and confusing, and lend themselves to discretional interpretation,Paredes said during a debate over energy reform in the Senate.
- Jon Cruddas in Barking and Dagenham Post
Mr Cruddas said: "This is discretional funding. If other boroughs have funded such treatment then I want to know why we don't. It's not just about Barry it's also about whether we get the same access to drugs as people in other communities. I will...