a resolution adopted by both branches of a bicameral legislative assembly and requiring the signature of the chief executive to become law.
(US) a resolution passed by both houses of a bicameral legislature, signed by the chief executive and legally binding
A measure approved by both houses of the United States Congress and signed by the president. Similar to an act of Congress, the joint resolution is used to approve or initiate foreign policy actions, to grant a single appropriations proposal, and to propose amendments to the Constitution.
[join-tris] /ˈdʒɔɪn trɪs/ noun, Law. 1. a woman on whom a jointure has been settled. /ˈdʒɔɪntrɪs/ noun 1. (law) a woman entitled to a jointure
noun 1. a U.S. income-tax return reporting the combined income of a married couple.
noun 1. (in plumbing) incombustible materials for packing a joint to be caulked with lead.
noun 1. a joint meeting, as of both houses of a bicameral legislature: The president addressed a joint session of Congress on the crisis in Central America.