Definition of relievable in US English:

relievable

adjective

  • See relieve

    • ‘It may be possible for the employer to pay a termination payment equal to the maximum relievable amount and a special contribution equal to the maximum relievable amount, instead of one large termination payment.’
    • ‘However, clever structuring will enable them to create licence income in a zero taxed patent company subsidiary, and tax relievable expense in a trading company parent.’
    • ‘He has a salary of £75,000 and benefit in kind of £15,000, making total relievable earnings of £90,000.’

Pronunciation

relievable

/rəˈlēvəb(ə)l//rəˈlivəb(ə)l/