loopholes

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plural of loophole
loophole
To prepare a building for defense by preparing slits or holes through which to fire on attackers
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a legal way of avoiding tax by exploiting part of a law
loophole
{n} a hole for a string, hole, trick, shift
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Narrow, tall opening, wall slit for light, air, or shooting through
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{i} aperture, narrow hole or opening in a wall (especially one through which weapons may be fired); means of escape; ambiguous clause in a contract or law by which responsibility may be evaded
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A way of avoiding or getting around the law, usually associated with an omission or ambiguity in the law itself
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In military architecture, a narrow hole in a wall through which ordnance or arms can be fired
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A small opening, as in the walls of fortification, or in the bulkhead of a ship, through which small arms or other weapons may be discharged at an enemy
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a small hole in a fortified wall; for observation or discharging weapons an ambiguity (especially one in the text of a law or contract) that makes it possible to evade a difficulty or obligation
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A technicality in some legislation or regulation that makes it possible to avoid certain consequences or circumvent a rule without breaking the law, such as in the use of a tax shelter
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Narrow, tall opening, wallslit for light, air, or shooting through
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A way of escape, an evasion; a corruption of “louvre holes ” (See Louvre )
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an ambiguity (especially one in the text of a law or contract) that makes it possible to evade a difficulty or obligation
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A slit in a castle wall. Later: any similar window for shooting a weapon or letting in light
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A technicality in some legislation that makes it possible to avoid certain consequences or circumvent a rule without breaking the law, such as in the use of a tax shelter
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a small hole in a fortified wall; for observation or discharging weapons
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A method of escape, especially an ambiguity or exception in a rule that can be exploited in order to avoid its effect
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A hole or aperture that gives a passage, or the means of escape or evasion
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A loophole in the law is a small mistake which allows people to do something that would otherwise be illegal. It is estimated that 60,000 shops open every Sunday and trade by exploiting some loophole in the law to avoid prosecution. a small mistake in a law that makes it possible to avoid doing something that the law is supposed to make you do legal/tax loophole loophole in (loop (14-19 centuries) + hole)
loopholes

    Türkische aussprache

    luphōlz

    Aussprache

    /ˈlo͞opˌhōlz/ /ˈluːpˌhoʊlz/

    Etymologie

    [ 'lüp-"hOl ] (noun.) 1591. 1loop.

    Videos

    ... complicated loopholes that punish businesses investing here ...
    ... and loopholes for his tax plan. ...

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