Definition of "nondelegable"
  1. Refers to something that cannot be entrusted or transferred to someone else
How to use "nondelegable" in a sentence
  1. The authority granted to the CEO by the board of directors was nondelegable.
  2. Safety regulations typically impose nondelegable duties on employers to ensure the well-being of their employees.
  3. Under the contract, the responsibility for delivering the final product was nondelegable, meaning the contractor couldn't subcontract it to someone else.

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