Definition of "rateable" [rate•a•ble]

  • Liable to the payment of rates (adjective)

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Use "rateable" in a sentence
  • "They are calculated as a percentage of a company's so-called rateable value, the equivalent of how much rent it would pay in the open market."
  • "It suggests that a single person living alone in a property on the average "rateable" value could save around £100 a year."
  • "Mr. Tsang said the government plans to waive the stamp duty, or property rates, for 82% of rateable properties in the next financial year, subject to a ceiling of HK$1,500 per quarter for each rateable property."