dutiable


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du·ti·a·ble

 (do͞o′tē-ə-bəl, dyo͞o′-)
adj.
Subject to import tax.

dutiable

(ˈdjuːtɪəbəl)
adj
(Commerce) (of goods) liable to duty
ˌdutiaˈbility n

du•ti•a•ble

(ˈdu ti ə bəl, ˈdyu-)

adj.
subject to customs duty, as imported goods.
[1765–75]
du`ti•a•bil′i•ty, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.dutiable - subject to import tax; "dutiable imports"
nonexempt, taxable - (of goods or funds) subject to taxation; "taxable income"; "nonexempt property"
Translations
خاضِع للضَّريبَه
podléhající clu
afgiftsbelagt
vámköteles
tollskyldur
podliehajúci clu
gümrüğe tâbi

dutiable

[ˈdjuːtɪəbl] ADJsujeto a derechos de aduana

dutiable

dutiable

[ˈdjuːtɪəbl] adjsoggetto/a a dazio

duty

(ˈdjuːti) plural ˈduties noun
1. what one ought morally or legally to do. He acted out of duty; I do my duty as a responsible citizen.
2. an action or task requiring to be done, especially one attached to a job. I had a few duties to perform in connection with my job.
3. (a) tax on goods. You must pay duty when you bring wine into the country.
ˈdutiable adjective
(of goods) on which tax is to be paid.
ˈdutiful adjective
(negative undutiful) careful to do what one should. a dutiful daughter.
ˌduty-ˈfree adjective
free from tax. duty-free wines.
off duty not actually working and not liable to be asked to do so: The doctor's off duty this weekend; () adjective (etc)
She spends her off-duty hours at home.
on duty
carrying out one's duties or liable to be asked to do so during a certain period. I'm on duty again this evening.
References in classic literature ?
The Custom-House marker imprinted it, with a stencil and black paint, on pepper-bags, and baskets of anatto, and cigar-boxes, and bales of all kinds of dutiable merchandise, in testimony that these commodities had paid the impost, and gone regularly through the office.
Purchasers will find asset based acquisitions more attractive, even though this may involve a higher stamp duty cost - goodwill is dutiable but IP is not.
As for the DG for Taxation and Customs Union, it is putting of computerising its dutiable goods inspection system, for want of enough technicians to look after the operational side.
The steep price deflation after 1930 significantly raised the ad valorem equivalent of the Smoot-Hawley duties, and by 1932 the average tariff on dutiable imports reached nearly 60 percent.
Customs considers the Italian fabric and the related transportation costs to Hong Kong dutiable additions to the invoice price.
What was more surprising was that regulatory duty on dutiable imports was imposed at 10 per cent and 5 per cent on non-dutiable items barring wheat, fertilizer, edible oil, pulses, power generators below 3000 MW and newsprint.
In the first statement, entitled "Request for observing the Information Technology Agreement (ITA) on the IT products eligible for the duty-free treatment," the industry associations request that the European Communities (EC) fairly observe the concessions granted following the Information Technology Agreement (ITA) of the World Trade Organization, in which the EC committed to eliminate duties and other charges on all Information Technology (IT) products listed in the Annexes to the ITA, and not to arbitrarily and unilaterally adopt classifications that result in the dutiable treatment of those products.
According to Section 17(2) of the Dutiable Commodities (Liquor) Regulations (Regulations) (Cap 109B), the LLB will consider three criteria as laid down in the Regulations in considering each liquor licence application, including (a) whether the applicant is a fit and proper person to hold the licence; (b) whether the premises are suitable for selling liquor having regard to its location, structure, fire safety and hygienic conditions; and (c) whether in all the circumstances the grant of the licence is not contrary to the public interest.
The female official and her lover, formerly with the customs police, supposedly conspired to let highly dutiable goods pass customs inspection with minimal payment of duties.
Customs Deputy Commissioner for Assessment and Operations lawyer Agaton Uvero earlier said some unscrupulous shippers had been abusing the Balikbayan box or consolidated box shipments to avoid paying proper taxes, especially on highly dutiable goods such as watches, jewellery and designer bags.
RAT is currently racking up a record 197 cases with a total dutiable value of P56.
Imports of major dutiable items in customs duty revenues like edible oil, petroleum products (especially high speed diesel oil) and automobiles have declined.