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exempt

US [ɪɡˈzempt]
UK [ɪɡ'zempt]
  • v.豁免;免除
  • adj.获豁免;免除(责任、付款等)
  • n.被免除(义务,责任)的人;免税人
  • Web被免除的;豁免的;被豁免的
Simple Present:exempts  Present Participle:exempting  Past Tense:exempted  
exempt
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adj.
1.
[nbn]
~ (from sth)
免除(责任、付款等);获豁免if sb/sth isexempt from sth, they are not affected by it, do not have to do it, pay it, etc.
The interest on the money is exempt from tax.
这笔钱的利息免税。
Some students are exempt from certain exams.
有些学生可免除某些考试。
v.
1.
~ sb/sth (from sth/from doing sth)
免除;豁免to give or get sb's official permission not to do sth or not to pay sth they would normally have to do or pay
His bad eyesight exempted him from military service.
他因视力不好而免服兵役。
In 1983, charities were exempted from paying the tax.
1983 年慈善团体均免付税款。

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