Complete Definition of "exempt"

English

Etymology
From Latin exemptum, past participle of eximere.

Pronunciation
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:Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-Émpt|-Émpt
:Prounounced: ex-em-pt

Noun
en-noun

  1. One who has been released from something.

Translations
Chinese: è±å
Dutch: vrijgestelde m
Hebrew: ×פ××ר, ×ש×רר, ×××¢× ×ק ×ס×× ×ת

Verb
en-verb

  1. transitive To release or deliver from some liability which others are subject to.
  2. transitive To except or excuse from the operation of a law.
  3. transitive To grant immunity to.
  4. transitive To free from obligation.
  5. transitive To release; as, to exempt from military duty, or from jury service.
  6. transitive To exempt from fear or pain.

Related terms
exemption

Translations
trans-top|To release from a liability which others are subject to
Finnish: vapauttaa
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trans-top|To except from the operation of a law
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trans-top|To grant immunity to
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trans-top|To free from obligation
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trans-top|To release from military duty or from jury service
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trans-top|To exempt from fear or pain
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