Definition of rebatable in English:

rebatable

adjective

  • See rebate

    • ‘It was creating a dividend for itself, which would be assessable but rebatable, and it would have a loss because it was a trader in shares.’
    • ‘All service charges except heating and hot water are rebatable.’
    • ‘The following year, though shares are sold, for $107 million, and the gains are distributed by way of rebatable dividend.’
    • ‘Now they are rebatable on the land, which is rateable.’
    • ‘You gave us an example of a case where you would need it: distribution of a rebatable dividend which was less than the combined total of those profits.’