1. crisis => discretion.
2. crisis => cris-, crit-, cret-, cern- => critic, critics.
3. => power to make distinctions.
- discretion (n.)
- c. 1300, dyscrecyun, "moral discernment," from Old French discrecion or directly from Late Latin discretionem (nominative discretio) "discernment, power to make distinctions," in classical Latin "separation, distinction," noun of state from past participle stem of discernere "to separate, distinguish" (see discern). Phrase at (one's) discretion attested from 1570s, from sense of "power to decide or judge" (late 14c.); the age of discretion (late 14c.) in English law was 14.
- 1. Larsson sometimes joined in the fun, but with more discretion.
- 2. Visits are at the discretion of the owners.
- 3. He appreciated his discretion and his fidelity.
- 4. Discretion is not Jeremy's strong point.
- 5. I'll leave it up to you to use your discretion .
[ discretion 造句 ]