My mother tongue isn't English, and recently I came across this expression:
You have a collection of smileys at your disposal.
For me, the word disposal means "discarding some waste, throwing something away, getting rid of something".
I have been searching the web, and I found a Collins Dictionairy's (online, british version) description:
Disposal (noun) - the power or opportunity to make use of someone or something (esp in the phrase at one's disposal)
That matches the use I have mention before, but for me, it still sounds wrong.
Is the expression "having something at your disposal" correct?