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1. Freedom from an obligation: Permission or entitlement not to do something that others are obliged to do.

2. Exempt person or thing: Somebody who or something that is exempt, e.g. income that is not taxed.

1. An exemption from jury duty.
2. A range of tax exemptions.
作者 Jafje 2007年4月03日

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