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English definition of “duty-paid”

duty-paid

adjective
 
 
TAX, COMMERCE duty-paid goods are goods on which tax is paid: British duty-paid cigarettes will carry a tax mark to make identification of smuggled tobacco easier. Duty-paid beer is still cheaper on the French side of the Channel. →  Compare duty-free adjective
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