delegable

[del-i-guh-buhl]
adjective
capable of being delegated: delegable authority.

Origin:
1650–60; deleg(ate) + -able

nondelegable, adjective
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delegate
 
n
1.  a person chosen or elected to act for or represent another or others, esp at a conference or meeting
2.  (US) government a representative of a territory in the US House of Representatives
 
vb
3.  to give or commit (duties, powers, etc) to another as agent or representative; depute
4.  (tr) to send, authorize, or elect (a person) as agent or representative
5.  chiefly (US) (tr) to assign (a person owing a debt to oneself) to one's creditor in substitution for oneself
 
[C14: from Latin dēlēgāre to send on a mission, from lēgāre to send, depute; see legate]
 
delegable
 
adj

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Example sentences
These functions and duties are described as non-delegable.
The registered nurse delegator decides if the task is not delegable.
To make decisions that are not delegable, such as the payment of dividends.
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