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 (do͞o′tē-ə-bəl, dyo͞o′-)
Subject to import tax.
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(Commerce) (of goods) liable to duty
ˌdutiaˈbility n
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(ˈdu ti ə bəl, ˈdyu-)

subject to customs duty, as imported goods.
du`ti•a•bil′i•ty, n.
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Adj.1.dutiable - subject to import tax; "dutiable imports"
nonexempt, taxable - (of goods or funds) subject to taxation; "taxable income"; "nonexempt property"
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[ˈdjuːtɪəbl] ADJsujeto a derechos de aduana
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[ˈdjuːtɪəbl] adjsoggetto/a a dazio
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(ˈdjuːti) plural ˈduties noun
1. what one ought morally or legally to do. He acted out of duty; I do my duty as a responsible citizen.
2. an action or task requiring to be done, especially one attached to a job. I had a few duties to perform in connection with my job.
3. (a) tax on goods. You must pay duty when you bring wine into the country.
ˈdutiable adjective
(of goods) on which tax is to be paid.
ˈdutiful adjective
(negative undutiful) careful to do what one should. a dutiful daughter.
ˌduty-ˈfree adjective
free from tax. duty-free wines.
off duty not actually working and not liable to be asked to do so: The doctor's off duty this weekend; () adjective (etc)
She spends her off-duty hours at home.
on duty
carrying out one's duties or liable to be asked to do so during a certain period. I'm on duty again this evening.
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References in classic literature ?
The Custom-House marker imprinted it, with a stencil and black paint, on pepper-bags, and baskets of anatto, and cigar-boxes, and bales of all kinds of dutiable merchandise, in testimony that these commodities had paid the impost, and gone regularly through the office.
27, the ITC will require that petitions include the names of any domestic producers of articles requested for duty exemption if the names are available and newly require that petitioners include an estimate of dutiable value, in addition to total value, of subject products for the next five calendar years.
He said the penalty attracted by the offences is three years jail term or a fine three times the value of the dutiable goods.
Bonded Warehouses: A bonded warehouse is a building or other secured area in which imported dutiable merchandise may be stored or undergo manufacturing operations without payment of duty for up to five years from the date of importation.
This is possible if both the importer and the origin of the food items declared the correct dutiable value.
Based on the POM's history of most smuggled goods, the contraband likely were highly dutiable rice, sugar, and cigarettes from China, but rerouted through Singapore and Hong Kong.
As of July 2018, the harmonised tariff schedule (HTS) of the US had 105,168 tariff lines, of which 36.8% were duty-free tariff lines, 1.9% were subject to tariff quotas and the dutiable tariff lines had average rate of 7.6%.
For example, in US dollar terms, dutiable imports declined by more than 20pc.
'I don't know the intent behind the water but they are criminals because it was concealed with an attachment which is dutiable.'
The smuggled cigarettes were estimated to have a total dutiable value of P1,248,676.27 and an aggregate value including customs duties, fees, and taxes in the amount of P7,718,797.27.
The domestic helper was charged with possession of dutiable goods, but was able to avoid immediate imprisonment after her employer for 20 years vouched for her good character in court.