high–duty

adjective

Definition of high–duty

  1. 1 of a machine :  being capable of doing a large amount of work in a specified time a high-duty drill

  2. 2 :  constituting products subject to a relatively high tax high-duty goods

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Origin and Etymology of high–duty

from the phrase high duty


First Known Use: 1740


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