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|English to Spanish translations [PRO]|
|English term or phrase: exempt employee|
|En grandes empresas. Also exempt productivity and non-exempt jobs|
|Spanish translation:See below,|
...plazas no exentas...
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ex·empt [ig zémpt ] adjective
not subject to something: freed from or not subject to something such as a duty, tax, or military service that others have to do or pay tax-exempt savings accounts
transitive verb (past ex·empt·ed, past participle ex·empt·ed, present participle ex·empt·ing, 3rd person present singular ex·empts)
1. free somebody from an obligation: to allow or entitle somebody not to do something that others are obliged to do
2. release something from a rule: to release something from a rule that applies to others a law that exempts certain capital gains from taxes
exempt person or thing: somebody or something that is exempt from something
[14th century. Directly or via French from Latin exemptus , past participle of eximere (see example ).]
Encarta® World English Dictionary [North American Edition]
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