subject to customs duty, as imported goods.
- du·ti·a·bil·i·ty, noun
- non·du·ti·a·ble, adjective
- un·du·ti·a·ble, adjective
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How to use dutiable in a sentence
His “new economic policy” also included a 10 percent surcharge on all dutiable imports, a 10 percent reduction in foreign assistance expenditures and 90-day wage-and-price controls.Why a debt ceiling breach would not be the first U.S. default | Glenn Kessler | October 7, 2021 | Washington Post
The Collector refused to give a clearance unless the vessels were discharged of dutiable articles.The Loyalists of America and Their Times, Vol. 1 of 2 | Egerton Ryerson
There, as well as in France, spirits and tobacco are dutiable.The Complete Bachelor | Walter Germain
The part of the system most criticised was the very narrow list of dutiable articles.
He had never declared any dutiable baggage, entering New York alone, and it never occurred to him that he would need to do so now.Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete | Albert Bigelow Paine
When asked if they had any dutiable articles, they declared that they had brought nothing with them that ought to pay duty.
British Dictionary definitions for dutiable
(of goods) liable to duty
- dutiability, noun
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