Definición de exempt en inglés:

exempt

Saltos de línea: ex¦empt
Pronunciación: /ɪɡˈzɛm(p)t
 
, ɛɡ-/

adjetivo

Free from an obligation or liability imposed on others: these patients are exempt from all charges [in combination]: a tax-exempt savings plan
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The national department is to amend current exemption procedures and criteria later this year to ensure all those who cannot pay fees are duly exempt from doing so.
  • Book stores, corner stores and TV shops are also exempt from the bylaw.
  • As a middle-aged baby boomer, I am certainly not exempt from the wishes and dreams of the anti-aging movement.

verbo

[with object] Volver al principio  
Free (a person or organization) from an obligation or liability imposed on others: they were exempted from paying the tax
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Being a war hero is not a lifetime ‘get out of jail free’ card, exempting you from responsibility for what you do thereafter.
  • Loving him does not mean excusing him or even exempting him from punishment (including the death penalty, if necessary).
  • His age exempted him from conscription, but he had enlisted anyway.
Sinónimos
excuse, free, release, exclude, give/grant immunity, spare; let off, relieve of, make an exception of/for; liberate, absolve, discharge
informal let off the hook
North American informal grandfather
rare dispense

sustantivo

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A person who is exempt from something, especially the payment of tax.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Thus, journalists' duties vary along a spectrum from the nonexempt to the exempt.
  • Hayden had been one of the exempt 50 going into the final event of the PBA season, the World Championship.
  • The system of exemptions told draftees that their society did not value them, long before this was made patent on their return home when they were spat upon by the exempt.

Origen

late Middle English: from Latin exemptus 'taken out, freed', past participle of eximere.

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