exempt

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İngilizce - Türkçe
muaf

Seni katılmaktan muaf tutacağız. - We will exempt you from attending.

Ölüm yalnızca olası muafiyet mi? - Is death the only possible exemption?

{f} muaf tutmak
hariç
yükümlü olmayan
(Ticaret) gümrük vergisinden muaf

Bu mallar gümrük vergisinden muaftır. - These articles are all exempt from duty.

hariç tutulmuş
hariç tutmak
{f} muaf tut

Onu fazla mesai yapmaktan muaf tuttum. - I exempted her from working overtime.

Seni katılmaktan muaf tutacağız. - We will exempt you from attending.

bağışık
ayrılık
bağışıklık tanımak
ayrı tutma
{s} serbest
{f} çürüğe çıkarmak
muaf olan kimse
{s} özgür
mükellef olmayan kimse
istisna etmek
istisna etme
bağışıklık
(Ticaret) muaf tutulma
exemption
muafiyet

Para hastalıktan muafiyet satın almaz. - Money does not buy exemption from illness.

Ölüm yalnızca olası muafiyet mi? - Is death the only possible exemption?

exempted
muaf

Onu fazla mesai yapmaktan muaf tuttum. - I exempted her from working overtime.

Mahkeme, Müslüman öğrencilerin yüzme derslerinden muaf olamayacağına karar verdi. - The court ruled that Muslim schoolgirls could not be exempted from swimming lessons.

exempt from
(Fiili Deyim ) -den muaf tutmak , istisna etmek
exempt from duty
(Ticaret) gümrükten muaf
exempt from tax
vergiden muaf
exempt of
muaf
exempt carrier
(Ticaret) muafiyetli taşıyıcı
exempt report
(Askeri) BAĞIŞIK RAPOR (HV.): Gönderilmesi zarureti, rapor manajman sistemince özel surette kaldırılan veya rapor manajman faaliyetinin kararıyla yeniden incelenmeye ve bir muafiyet hükmüne tabi tutulan bir rapor
exempt report
(Askeri) bağışık rapor
exemption
{i} serbestlik
be exempt
muaf tutmak
exempt from
muaf tutmak
exempted
ayrı tutulmuş
exempted
müstesna
exempted
imzalayanın sıfatı -dır
exempting
vareste tutma
exempting
muaf tutma
exempting
hariç tutma
exempting
bağışıklık tanıma
exemption
(Askeri) muafiyet belgesi
exemption
(Ticaret) muaf bırakma
exemption
bağışıklık
tax exempt
vergisiz
tax exempt
vergiden muaf
exempts
muaf
liberated, released, exempt from
Serbest, muaf kurtuldu
to exempt
muaf için
be exempt
(from) -den muaf olmak. f. muaf tutmak
draft exempt
çürük
draft exempt
askerliğe elverişsiz
exempt from
arınmış
exemption
çürüğe ayırma
exemption
muaflık
exemption
(Hukuk) ayrı tutma
exemption
af
exemption
(Nükleer Bilimler) muafıyet
tax exempt
(fiil)rgisiz, vergiden muaf
İngilizce - İngilizce
Free from a duty or obligation

His income is so small that it is exempt from tax.

To free from obligation
To except or excuse from the operation of a law
One who has been released from something
To release or deliver from some liability which others are subject to
To grant immunity to
To release; as, to exempt from military duty, or from jury service
To exempt from fear or pain
Not entitled to overtime pay when working overtime
free, clear, or released, as from some liability, or restriction affecting others
{v} to privilege, to free
{a} free, not liable to
The jurisdictional class of positions deemed impracticable to fill by tests of any kind No minimum training and experience requirements are established for exempt positions
{s} freed, released from an obligation
If someone or something is exempt from a particular rule, duty, or obligation, they do not have to follow it or do it. Men in college were exempt from military service
means NOT covered by FLSA overtime pay provisions (GS-1811 criminal investigators receiving availability pay are exempt ) [5 CFR part 551, subpart B] [HRO Part 2, Chapter 3, Hourly Compensation for Overtime Work]
(of persons) freed from or not subject to an obligation or liability (as e g taxes) to which others or other things are subject; "a beauty somehow exempt from the aging process"; "exempt from jury duty"; "only the very poorest citizens should be exempt from income taxes"
Not subject to a tax
grant exemption or release to; "Please excuse me from this class"
(of persons) freed from or not subject to an obligation or liability (as e
Property that is exempt is removed from the bankruptcy estate and is not available to pay the claims of creditors The debtor selects the property to be exempted from the statutory lists of exemptions available under the law of his state The debtor gets to keep exempt property for use in making a fresh start after bankruptcy More on Exemptions
If you are an exempt employee, you are paid on a salaried basis and are not paid for overtime
Refers to being free of being banned or kicked from a #channel
taxes to which others or other things are subject; "a beauty somehow exempt from the aging process"; "exempt from jury duty"; "only the very poorest citizens should be exempt from income taxes
Free, or released, from some liability to which others are subject; excepted from the operation or burden of some law; released; free; clear; privileged; (with from): not subject to; not liable to; as, goods exempt from execution; a person exempt from jury service
One of four officers of the Yeomen of the Royal Guard, having the rank of corporal; an Exon
To remove; to set apart
grant relief or an exemption from a rule or requirement to; "She exempted me from the exam" (of persons) freed from or not subject to an obligation or liability (as e
To exempt a person or thing from a particular rule, duty, or obligation means to state officially that they are not bound or affected by it. South Carolina claimed the power to exempt its citizens from the obligation to obey federal law + exemption exemptions ex·emp·tion the exemption of employer-provided health insurance from taxation. not affected by something, or not having to do it or pay it exempt from (exemptus, past participle of eximere; EXAMPLE). to give someone permission not to do or pay something exempt sb from sth
Cut off; set apart
grant relief or an exemption from a rule or requirement to; "She exempted me from the exam"
To release or deliver from some liability which others are subject to; to except or excuse from he operation of a law; to grant immunity to; to free from obligation; to release; as, to exempt from military duty, or from jury service; to exempt from fear or pain
Class of work not regulated under the Fair Labor Standards Act For further information, call the U S Department of Labor, Wage and Hour Division
(of goods or funds) not subject to taxation; "the funds of nonprofit organizations are nontaxable"; "income exempt from taxation"
{f} free from an obligation to which others are subject
Income that is not taxable For example, prizes from the National Lottery or winnings from gambling
A description of any property that a debtor may prevent creditors from recovering Back > To top
Extraordinary; exceptional
Instruments exempt from registration requirements of the Securities Act of 1933 and the margin requirements of the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934 Exempt securities include debt of the U S Treasury, U S Government agencies and municipalities, private placements, commercial paper, Title XI, and equipment trust certificates
A description of any property that a debtor may prevent creditors from recovering
One exempted or freed from duty; one not subject
Assets that are not considered for bankruptcy proceedings Exempt is also used to refer to assets not considered in the determination of eligibility for Medicaid
exempt from military service
is not required to serve in the military
exempt from taxes
not obligated to pay taxes
exemption
An act of exempting
exemption
Freedom from a defect or weakness
tax-exempt
Describing something that is not taxed

As a religious charity it is tax-exempt, so all money collected goes to its good works.

exemption
{n} a privilege, a freedom from
be exempt
be excused, be released from liability or requirement
exempted
past of exempt
exempting
present participle of exempt
exemption
– A personal allowance used as a subtraction from taxable income For Tax Year 2002, it is $3,000
exemption
A deduction from taxable income for you, your spouse and your dependents The IRS allows a dollar amount for each exemption you claim and you subtract this amount from your adjusted gross income to come up with the amount of money which you must pay taxes on
exemption
Allowance of a deduction from the taxable assessed value of the property as prescribed by law
exemption
Property that the Bankruptcy Code or applicable state law permits a debtor to keep from creditors
exemption
Property tax exemptions specified IX§ 2, Constitution of Arizona for widow, widowers, and permanently disabled
exemption
a document issued under the authority of 49 U S C 5117 by the Associate Administrator that authorizes a person to perform a function that is not otherwise authorized under subchapter C, or other regulations issued under 49 U S C 5101-5127 (e g , Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration routing)
exemption
A document issued by the Associate Administrator for Hazardous Materials Safety, Research and Special Programs Administration, U S Department of Transportation, that authorizes a person to perform a function that is not otherwise authorized in Subchapter A of 49 CFR (See 49 CFR Part 107 3 )
exemption
"additional exemptions are allowed for each dependent"
exemption
State or EPA permission for a water system not to meet a certain drinking water standard An exemption allows a system additional time to obtain financial assistance or make improvements in order to come into compliance with the standard The system must prove that: (1) there are compelling reasons (including economic factors) why it cannot meet a MCL or Treatment Technique; (2) it was in operation on the effective date of the requirement, and (3) the exemption will not create an unreasonable risk to public health The state must set a schedule under which the water system will comply with the standard for which it received an exemption
exemption
The act of exempting; the state of being exempt; freedom from any charge, burden, evil, etc
exemption
State and federal laws which provide that a certain amount or proportion of a debtor's assets shall be exempt from liquidation The bankruptcy code gives the states choice which one it will follow, state or federal exemptions Utah elected to go with its own state exemptions
exemption
An amount ($2,800 for 2000) allowed by law as a reduction of income that would otherwise be taxed There are two kinds of exemptions: personal and dependency
exemption
A State with primacy may relieve a public water system from a requirement respecting an MCL,treatment technique or both, by granting an exemption if certain conditions exist These are: 1) the system cannot comply with a MCL or treatment technique due to compelling factors which may include economic factors; 2) the system was in operation on the effective date of the MCL or treatment technique requirement; and 3) the exemption will not result in an unreasonable public health risk Also see variance
exemption
{i} freedom from a debt or obligation to which others are subject, release, exception, immunity
exemption
freedom for a monastery from episcopal control and oversight
exemption
Release from liability for payment of taxes
exemption
– A deduction amount that reduces your tax You are generally allowed one exemption for yourself and, if you are married, one exemption for your spouse (personal exemptions), and one exemption for each person you claim as a dependent (exemptions for dependents) Back to Top
exemption
the condition of not being required to enroll in mandatory Medicaid managed care, for a reason such as being homeless People who are exempt are permitted to enroll if they want to
exemption
a deduction allowed to a taxpayer because of his status (having certain dependents or being blind or being over 65 etc ); "additional exemptions are allowed for each dependent"
exemption
State or EPA permission for a water system that doesn't meet a certain water standard An exemption allows a system additional time to obtain financial assistance or make improvements in order to come into compliance with the standard The system must prove that: (1) there are compelling reasons (including economic factors) why it cannot meet a MCL or Treatment Technique; (2) it was in operation on the effective date of the requirement, and (3) the exemption will not create an unreasonable risk to public health The state must set a schedule under which the water system will comply with the standard for which it received an exemption
exemption
A state with primacy may relieve a public water system from a requirement respecting an MCL, treatment technique, or both by granting an exemption if the system cannot comply due to compelling economic or other factors, the system was in operation on the effective date of the requirement or MCL, and the exemption will not create an unreasonable public health risk See Variance
exemption
Amount of a taxpayer's income that is not subject to tax All individuals, TRUSTS, and estates qualify for an exemption unless they are claimed as a dependent on another individual's tax return Exemptions also are granted to taxpayers for their dependents
exemption
A deduction from the normal amount of taxes
exemption
A form of recognition that is granted to a student, whereby the student is exempted from a specific module or modules
exemption
An exemption is granted by an institution when a student is not required to undertake a part of a unit of study, a unit or units of study because of prior studies or work experience Such exemption is referred to by various names, such as "credit", "status" or "advanced standing"
exemption
an act exempting someone; "he was granted immunity from prosecution" a deduction allowed to a taxpayer because of his status having certain dependents or being blind or being over 65 etc
exemption
immunity from an obligation or duty
exemption
If you can demonstrate that you have completed parts of a course you may be eligible for exemption from those aspects This may include release from lectures, practicals, tutorials, projects or any other component of a course including elements of assessment The exact requirements will be set out by the Program Director
exemption
Removal of property from the tax base Exemption may be partial, as a homestead exemption, or complete as, for example, a church building used exclusively for religious purposes
exemption
an act exempting someone; "he was granted immunity from prosecution"
exemption
to which others are subject; immunity; privilege; as, exemption of certain articles from seizure; exemption from military service; exemption from anxiety, suffering, etc
exemption
- A geographic area that is not subject to the prohibitions in the alternatives  
exemption
The state of being exempt; immunity
exemption
An exemption is a determination, made in accordance with Circular A-76 and this Supplement, that a commercial activity may be converted to or from in-house, contract or ISSA performance, without cost comparison and may be justified by reasons other than cost
exemption
Permission not to take a course which is normally required within a program of studies, but which must usually be replaced by another course with the same number of credits
exemption
a deduction allowed to a taxpayer because of his status having certain dependents or being blind or being over 65 etc
exemption
"additional exemptions are allowed for each dependent" immunity from an obligation or duty
exempts
plural of exempt
exempts
third-person singular of exempt
ignorance of law does not exempt from punishment
just because you don't know it's illegal does not mean that you do not get punished
tax exempt
Refers to organizations that do not have to pay federal or state corporate taxes or state sales taxes Corporations and individuals who make donations to these organizations can deduct their contributions from their income tax
tax exempt
An investment whose interest is exempt from taxation by federal, state or local authorities, such as municipal bonds
tax exempt
a particular source of income is tax exempt if income from that source is not taxable
tax exempt
Income that is not subject to taxes Employee Benefit Funds are tax-exempt organizations
tax exempt
We will charge applicable sales tax unless you furnish School Health with a Tax-Exempt certificate
tax exempt
Not subject to Taxes
tax exempt
if savings, income etc are tax exempt, you do not have to pay tax on them
tax exempt
relieved of having to pay taxes
tax-exempt
A term usually used to mean exempt from state or federal corporate income taxes, e g a tax-exempt nonprofit organization However, organizations that are exempt from state or federal corporate income taxes are not usually exempt from all taxes
tax-exempt
Refers to organizations that do not have to pay taxes such as federal or state corporate tax or state sales tax Individuals who make donations to such organizations may be able to deduct these contributions from their income tax
tax-exempt
Investments (e g , municipal bonds) where earnings are free from tax liability
tax-exempt
The state of an investment that produces income not subject to federal and/or state income tax For example, tax-exempt bonds are sold by local governments to finance such public projects as sewers, school construction and parks
tax-exempt
Not subject to tax by federal, state, and/or local authorities
tax-exempt
Not subject to tax
tax-exempt
(of goods or funds) not taxed; "tax-exempt bonds"; "an untaxed expense account"
tax-exempt
(of goods or funds) not taxed; "tax-exempt bonds"; "an untaxed expense account
exempt