Definitions

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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of deduct.

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Examples

  • Don't Co-Op's have to absorb losses as well as gains .. since the pay off of an insurance product deducts from the bottom line, not adds, how can a Co-Op that gets an unusually high amount of "high level of care" insured succeed? ...

    Just fade away (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • As with the paychecks over the years, we must count the "deducts".

    HIP DEEP IN THE TRICKLE DOWN

  • You wave it over a fare reader; it deducts the appropriate amount for your trip; and you go about your travel.

    I Tried And I Failed | ATTACKERMAN

  • As a middle class student who will be spending all his semesters on campus, he correctly deducts he will be a member of the wrong crowd.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • The program is set up so that the government deducts premiums from soldiers 'pay.

    Prudential profits from slain soldiers with help from taxpayers

  • He deducts her pay—$300 per month for part-time work—and half her payroll taxes on his Schedule C as well.

    A Tax Man Takes Account Of His Life

  • In a credit card transaction, the card-issuing bank in a payment transaction deducts the interchange fee from the amount it pays the acquiring bank that handles a credit or debit card transaction for a merchant.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Program on Interchange Fees:

  • The power is imbedded in an artificial legal construct—a "collective-bargaining right" that deducts union dues from all public employees, whether or not they want to belong to the union.

    The Public-Union Albatross

  • Mr. Obama complains in his budget that it's not fair that the rich get to deduct 35% for their mansions and charitable receipts, while the middle class deducts only 15% or 20%.

    Flat Is the New Fair

  • SafeLink charges $10 for 50 extra minutes and deducts as much as a minute of talk time for each text message.

    For Sprint, Free Pays Off

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