let-out

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let-out

(lĕt′out′)
n. Chiefly British
A means of evasion or avoidance.
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Translations

let-out

[ˈletaʊt]
A. N (Brit) → escapatoria f
B. CPD let-out clause Ncláusula f que incluye una escapatoria
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There are inheritance tax let-outs for certain unquoted shares - the idea is to allow small businesses to be passed on.
The only stable long-term solution is an agreed international order which denies supra-national corporations such let-outs. But that's a distant possibility, made less likely by those who want to quit international organisations set up to control the worst excesses of free-market economies.
And the more complete the ban, where they don't allow let-outs and so on, the more effective it is."