at somebody's discretion

at (one's) discretion

In accordance with one's thoughts or feelings on a particular issue. Whether or not you get a bonus is at your boss's discretion, so you better impress her!
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at somebody’s diˈscretion

according to what somebody decides or wishes to do: Bail is granted at the discretion of the court.There is no service charge and tipping is at your discretion.
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Rejecting the argument that police "turn a blind eye" to the flag's display, Ms Ryder said: "The law should be the same for everybody, not at somebody's discretion.