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allowableadjective

uk   us   /əˈlaʊəbl̩/
allowed according to the ​laws or ​rules that ​control a particular ​area of ​activity: allowable amount/level/limit The ​amounts of mercury ​present far ​exceeded the Japanese government's allowable ​level.
ACCOUNTING relating to a ​cost or an ​amount that can be taken off your ​income or ​profit before the ​taxowed is ​calculated: allowable ​deductions/​costs/​expenses Training ​costs are allowable as a ​businessdeduction.
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Translations of “allowable”
in Arabic مَسموح بِه…
in Korean 허락할 만 한…
in Portuguese admissível…
in Catalan admissible…
in Japanese (法律や規則で)許される…
in Chinese (Simplified) (法律或规定)允许的,准许的…
in Chinese (Traditional) (法律或規定)允許的,准許的…
in Italian ammissibile…
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