exoneration

  • 1exonération — [ ɛgzɔnerasjɔ̃ ] n. f. • 1552 sens 2; lat. exoneratio 1 ♦ (1865) Action d exonérer; son résultat. ⇒ abattement, affranchissement, décharge, déduction, dégrèvement, diminution, dispense, exemption, franchise, immunité, remise. Exonération fiscale …

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  • 2exoneration — ex·on·er·a·tion /ig ˌzä nə rā shən, eg / n 1: the act of disburdening or discharging (as from a charge, liability, obligation, duty, or responsibility); also: the state of being so freed 2 a: the right of a person who has paid a debt for which he …

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  • 3Exoneration — Ex*on er*a tion, n. [L. exoneratio: cf. F. Exon[ e]ration.] The act of disburdening, discharging, or freeing morally from a charge or imputation; also, the state of being disburdened or freed from a charge. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 4Exoneration — Exoneration, lat. dtsch., Entlastung; exoneriren, entlasten …

    Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • 5exoneration — 1630s, from L. exonerationem (nom. exoneratio) an unloading, lightening, noun of action from pp. stem of exonerare (see EXONERATE (Cf. exonerate)) …

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  • 6Exoneration — Exonerated redirects here. For the legal film, see The Exonerated. Criminal procedure …

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  • 7Exonération — Une exonération est une dispense de paiement d impôt, de taxe ou de droit sous certaines conditions définies dans le cadre de la loi ; ainsi la faiblesse des revenus des personnes est un motif d exonération de certaines taxes touchant… …

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  • 8EXONÉRATION — n. f. T. d’Administration Action d’exonérer. Exonération du service militaire. Exonération d’impôts. Exonération des frais d’étude …

    Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 8eme edition (1935)

  • 9Exoneration — In a general sense, this term means to free from blame or guilt, such as when a criminal is proven innocent. In the financial realm, exoneration usually means to relieve one of a financial obligation or duty. This can apply in many different… …

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  • 10exonération — (è gzo né ra sion) s. f. Terme de pratique. Décharge, soulagement. Exonération du service militaire. Exonération d impôts.    Autrefois, remplacement militaire fait par l État même au moyen d une somme fixée chaque année. ÉTYMOLOGIE    Lat.… …

    Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • 11exoneration — exonerate UK US /ɪgˈzɒnəreɪt/ verb [T] FORMAL LAW ► to show or say officially that someone or something is not guilty of something: »We have proof which will completely exonerate him. exonerate sb from sth »I do not wholly exonerate her from… …

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  • 12exoneration — exonerate ► VERB 1) officially absolve from blame. 2) (exonerate from) release (someone) from (a duty or obligation). DERIVATIVES exoneration noun. ORIGIN Latin exonerare free from a burden …

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  • 13exoneration of surety — The discharge of a surety. 50 Am J1st Suret § 40. See exoneration of bail …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 14exoneration — noun see exonerate …

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  • 15exoneration — See exonerate. * * * …

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  • 16exoneration — noun a) An act of disburdening, discharging, or freeing morally from a charge or imputation b) The state of being disburdened or freed from a charge …

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