All Noun Verb
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  • The court held further that the case should not be remitted for further evidence.
  • For twenty years I have remitted half my income to her every year. Cited from Six Women, by Victoria Cross
  • Its remit includes several large-scale projects which have been developed through the partnership.
  • We may except a small portion remitted direct by Australia in gold. Cited from History of England in Three Volumes, Vol. III, by E. Farr & E. H. Nolan
  • If it was legal, there was no ground for remitting any part of it. Cited from History of England, James II V. 3, Macaulay
  • My mother had never informed him that she had ceased remitting to me. Cited from Virginians, By William Makepeace Thackeray
  • Her remit covers all higher education policy, union development and housing policy.
  • Music and sport are the only fields that largely fall outside the station's remit.
  • The patients who regain movement within the first two weeks nearly always remit entirely.
  • Under his remit fall also science policy and science strategy issues.
  • It seemed something like meeting again when I remitted the money and thought of your talking of it. Cited from Yesterdays with Authors, by James T. Fields
  • In what sense then has a minister power to remit sin? Cited from The Way of Salvation in the Lutheran Church, by G. H. Gerberding
  • Her remit was to sell off under-performing parts of the business.
  • Public education on the history of England is a large part of the body's remit.
  • This could be remitted when there was no ability to pay it. Cited from In Darkest England and The Way Out, General Booth
  • All of these are therefore within the remit of the committee.
  • He currently works for a major international firm with a global remit and is based in Europe.
  • The company has the remit of working with the air transport community for the benefit of all members.
  • The college's primary remit is for England, though its work has a strong international reputation.
  • Lewis assured him, that he would take care the money should be remitted. Cited from The Life of the Truly Eminent and Learned Hugo Grotius, by Burigny
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Meaning of remit

  • noun The topic that a person, committee, or piece of research is expected to deal with or has authority to deal with
    they set up a group with a remit to suggest ways for strengthening family life
  • verb Send (money) in payment
    remit $25
  • verb Release from (claims, debts, or taxes)
    The taxes were remitted
  • verb Refer (a matter or legal case) to another committee or authority or court for decision
  • verb Forgive
    God will remit their sins
  • verb Diminish or abate
    The pain finally remitted