âge de discrétion


âge de discrétion
сознательный возраст

Parvenu à l'âge nommé de discrétion, ma mère m'avait conduit à l'église. (C. Détrez, L'herbe à brûler.) — Когда я достиг сознательного возраста, мать повела меня в церковь.


Dictionnaire français-russe des idiomes. 2013.

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  • age of discretion — index majority (adulthood) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • age of discretion — Law. the age at which a person becomes legally responsible for certain acts and competent to exercise certain powers. * * * …   Universalium

  • age of discretion — noun the age at which someone is considered able to take responsibility for their actions or affairs …   English new terms dictionary

  • age of discretion — noun the age at which a person becomes legally responsible for certain acts and competent to exercise certain powers …   Australian English dictionary

  • age of discretion — The age, usually fourteen, at which, under statute, a minor is entitled to choose, or at least be consulted in the selection of, a guardian. 25 Am J1st Guar § 28 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • age of discretion — the age at which the law imputes to a person the possession of sufficient knowledge for him to become responsible for certain acts or competent to exercise certain powers …   Useful english dictionary

  • (the) age of discretion — the age of discretion [the age of discretion] noun [sing] the age at which young people are considered able to deal with their own affairs, e.g. to own property, to make a contract with someone, or to make a will (= sign a document saying what… …   Useful english dictionary

  • discrétion — [ diskresjɔ̃ ] n. f. • 1160; lat. discretio « discernement » → 1. discret I ♦ Vx Discernement; pouvoir de décider. S en remettre à la discrétion de qqn, s en rapporter à sa sagesse, à sa compétence. ♢ Mod. Être à la discrétion de qqn, en dépendre …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • discretion — Discretion. s. f. Judicieuse retenuë, circonspection dans les actions & dans les paroles. Agir, parler avec discretion. il a beaucoup de discretion. il n a point de discretion. On dit, d Un homme qui est dans l âge où l on commence ordinairement… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • discretion — dis·cre·tion /dis kre shən/ n: power of free decision or latitude of choice within certain bounds imposed by law reached the age of discretion struck down death penalty provisions administered through unbridled jury discretion L. H. Tribe: as a:… …   Law dictionary

  • discretion — c.1300, dyscrecyun, moral discernment, from O.Fr. discrecion or directly from L.L. discretionem (nom. discretio) discernment, power to make distinctions, in classical Latin separation, distinction, from pp. stem of discernere to separate,… …   Etymology dictionary


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