Definition of excludable in English:



See exclude

  • ‘Indeed, one of the functions of entrepreneurs, as opposed to academics, is to figure out how to make a public good into an excludable private good.’
  • ‘Wires are rivalrous and excludable, and the companies invested a great deal of money laying them.’
  • ‘Whether or not the cost of value of the course is excludable from wages to the employee depends on various factors.’
  • ‘The 2001 Tax Act provision is simple: Qualified retirement planning services are excludable from income.’
  • ‘Foreign private citizens who are not excludable for other reasons, are free to go anywhere in the US they want, and see whomever they want.’