Definition of ratable in English:

ratable

Syllabification: rat·a·ble
Pronunciation: /ˈrātəbəl
 
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adjective

  • Able to be rated or estimated.
    More example sentences
    • We say, your Honour, that land is rateable, but certain rates are rebatable.
    • The valuator along with four assistants then began the process of revaluing the 38000 rateable properties in Windhoek.
    • The new, so-called ratable model recognizes software-license revenues over the life of a contract.

Derivatives

ratability

Pronunciation: /ˌrātəˈbilətē/
noun
More example sentences
  • The test of rateability is whether there is evidence that the structures were enjoyed with the land and enhanced its value.
  • In a footnote the author observed that the cases were dealing with the question of rateability or non-rateability, but seemed equally applicable to the question of amount.

ratably

adverb
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  • These clauses also ensure that the proceeds of any litigation actually prosecuted will be shared rateably by all bondholders.
  • If the petitioner can show that he and his class stand together and will benefit or suffer rateably, then his ill motive is nothing to the point.
  • All unsecured creditors are treated equally and they will have to share any remaining funds rateably between them.

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