[ dih-skresh-uh-ner-ee ]
/ dɪˈskrɛʃ əˌnɛr i /
subject or left to one's own discretion.
for any use or purpose one chooses; not earmarked for a particular purpose: discretionary income; a discretionary fund.
- discrete variable,
- discretion is the better part of valor,
- discretionary account,
- discretionary trust,
Origin of discretionary
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/ (dɪˈskrɛʃənərɪ, -ənrɪ) /
having or using the ability to decide at one's own discretiondiscretionary powers
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