Verb(1) make a subtraction(2) retain and refrain from disbursing; of payments(3) reason by deduction; establish by deduction
(1) The position of the wife is that the husband should not be entitled to deduct this amount.(2) When they pull a bottle from the cellar, they can deduct the amount from the log to keep inventory accurate.(3) Essentially those companies allow me to authorise them to deduct the amount of my bill every month.(4) This overestimation means many taxpayers are able to deduct amounts that are actually private expenses.(5) You simply deduct the amount from your income on your tax return and, added bonus, it's at your highest rate of tax.(6) The landlord said he would deduct the amount from the housing deposit.(7) Because the deal was that I'd pay for your tickets at this end and then deduct the total sum from the first prize, before sending it on.(8) Once set up, the employer will have little obligation other than to deduct the amount of contribution from each employee.(9) You can deduct the amount of any business loss against your other income.(10) You can deduct the actual amount of your sales taxes, which means holding on to sales receipts in case of an audit.(11) But life insurance and pension payments will be deducted from the amounts awarded.(12) The amounts deducted each year are quite small so it is a nuisance having to keep reclaiming them from Inland Revenue.(13) The salary amount cannot be deducted from or added to because of actual hours worked.(14) Every pay period Caminus deducts an amount, designated by the employees, from their post-tax paycheck.(15) An individual donor obtains relief by deducting the amount of the donation from his total income for the tax year in which the gift was made.(16) Any severance already paid to the workers will be deducted from that amount, the judge ruled.
(1) deduct a percentage :: 割合を控除
1. subtract ::
2. recoup ::
3. deduce ::
deduct, deducted, deductible, deductibles, deducting, deducts
Word Example from TV Shows
The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.
I assume we'll DEDUCT
any extra time we spend together
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 5
English to Japanese Dictionary: deduct
Meaning and definitions of deduct, translation in Japanese language for deduct with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of deduct in Japanese and in English language.
Tags for the entry "deduct"
What deduct means in Japanese, deduct meaning in Japanese, deduct definition, examples and pronunciation of deduct in Japanese language.