Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

dyspozycyjny in English:

1. disposable


Whenever I go to a Japanese restaurant, I take the disposable chopsticks home with me.
It's better to use plastic chopsticks and wash them than to use disposable chopsticks.
Instead of using disposable chopsticks, it's better to use plastic chopsticks that you can wash.
Our disposable resources are very limited.
Nurses always have to use disposable syringes.
In this society where everything is disposable, it is a virtue to use something until it wears out.
disposable nappies
Disposable income is what counts for the level of personal consumption.
This disposable toothbrush is too expensive.
These are disposable soft foam ear plugs.
How much disposable capital do we have?
No plastic product should ever be considered disposable. / When a company treats its products as disposable commodities, consumers end up feeling disposable themselves.
No plastic product should ever be considered disposable.
This bag is disposable.
He regards women as disposable pleasures rather than as meaningful pursuits.

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2. dispositional



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3. discretionary


discretionary income
Some restaurants have ended discretionary tipping by including a base tip on the check.
Discretionary means it's up to you to decide. Bathing regularly is a discretionary act, so you can opt not to do it if you want; note, however, that your friends might disagree with us on this.
Rules are inevitably less flexible than a discretionary policy

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