Definitions of "exempt"
  1. Refers to being cleared or liberated from a specific responsibility or requirement that is normally expected of others
  2. Describes the act of being set free or made an exception from certain tax liabilities, responsibilities, or directives that others are normally expected to comply with
How to use "exempt" in a sentence
  1. Because of their nonprofit status, the organization was exempt from paying corporate taxes.
  2. Individuals with a certain level of income may find themselves exempt from some tax liabilities.
  3. Though typically everyone must attend the meeting, the department heads were exempt this time.

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