Meaning of discountable in English:


Pronunciation /dɪsˈkaʊntəb(ə)l/


See discount

‘There is a remote, but not discountable, chance of it occurring again.’
  • ‘In the US TV fiction production sector this is only discountable where an individual has had a recent commercial success.’
  • ‘One might just as well argue from what happens in ‘actual’ cases to what should happen in discountable cases.’
  • ‘The Service Charge is not discountable, whereas reseller discounts do apply to the Update Charges.’
  • ‘This is an unsecured discountable debt issued directly by corporates.’