[doo-tee-uh-buh l, dyoo-]
- subject to customs duty, as imported goods.
Origin of dutiable
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Examples from the Web for dutiable
They refused to use the dutiable articles, and made it unprofitable to import them.The Land We Live In</p>
There, as well as in France, spirits and tobacco are dutiable.The Complete Bachelor
Importations from the United States are dutiable like other commodities.Industrial Cuba
Robert P. Porter
All dutiable articles must be declared, no matter how small the quantity carried.Paris
When asked if they had any dutiable articles, they declared that they had brought nothing with them that ought to pay duty.
- (of goods) liable to duty
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