Definition of "ratable"
  1. Able to be evaluated or divided up, often in reference to taxation based on an estate or property's value
How to use "ratable" in a sentence
  1. Her expensive jewelry was considered ratable, contributing significantly to her tax bill.
  2. The city council determined that the new construction was ratable.
  3. Because of its high value, the estate was significantly ratable.

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