dutiable

[doo-tee-uh-buhl, dyoo-]
adjective
subject to customs duty, as imported goods.

Origin:
1765–75; duty + -able

dutiability, noun
nondutiable, adjective
undutiable, adjective
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dutiable (ˈdjuːtɪəbəl)
 
adj
(of goods) liable to duty
 
dutia'bility
 
n

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Example sentences
In cases where articles are dutiable at various or special rates, a dutiable value is shown but no duty is calculated.
One dutiable account was omitted from the calculations used to calculate dutiable costs and file the reconciliation entry.
Any foreign or domestic merchandise not prohibited by law, whether dutiable or not, may be admitted to a foreign trade zone.
Any foreign or domestic merchandise not prohibited by law, whether dutiable or not, may be admitted to a zone.
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