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- adj. Punishable by a fine.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Liable or subject to a fine.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Subject to a fine or penalty: as, a finable offense; persons are finable for certain acts.
- Capable of being refined, clarified, or purified.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. liable to a fine
The issue of when Citic Pacific's directors knew about the problem, and why they waited so long before telling shareholders, sparked a debate about corporate governance in Hong Kong and helped expedite new rules that will make failure to disclose price-sensitive information in a timely manner a finable offense.
This means that urinating and defecating in public, aggressive begging, car guarding and making fires in public areas will be among the anti-social activities that will be finable offences.
Also, in my opinion, the use of that word, begining with SP and ending in a sound similar to the name of the masked mexican bandit, should be a finable offence.
I've no interest in who they are, I told him, I won't even look at who they are, but Mr Blair and co, in their wisdom, have made it a finable offence for me to employ anyone without seeing and copying the ID the government requires them to present, I said.
The cause, result, nature and action of all measure of phenomena are totally devoid of being established as finable in terms of their own defining characteristics.
Page 676 finable offence for any to be found to be teaching them to read.
In Christian Connecticut, for a man to have a sprig of holly in his house on Christmas day was a finable crime.
“How is that?” said Peter, inferring that selling poor beer was a finable offence, yet ignorant of the statute.
"How is that?" said Peter, inferring that selling poor beer was a finable offence, yet ignorant of the statute.
Cleve gathered up his reins, and nodding to Mr. Frank Belmar, drove at a finable rate up the avenue and through the park.