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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcharitablechar‧it‧a‧ble /ˈtʃærətəbəl/ adjective  1 GIVErelating to giving help to the poorcharity charitable groups a charitable donation2 KINDkind and sympathetic in the way you judge people opp uncharitable a charitable view of his actionscharitably adverb
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charitableThose include the deductibility of charitable contributions, education expenses, interest and medical expenses.The remote origins of Emanuel School lay in the sixteenth century and a small charitable foundation for the elderly and the young.For secondary care there is a mix of public, private, and charitable hospitals.Johnson was not so charitable in calling the commission's decision "irresponsible."When he died he left the land to the Drapers Company - a charitable institution for residents of East London.It's one of many excellent charitable organizations that work with the poor in the city.In her adopted desert home, Bombeck was very generous, contributing time and money to a number of charitable organizations.If Glynn had wanted a cover for visits to his woman friend, his charitable trips to St Ives served him well.
From Longman Business Dictionarycharitablechar‧i‧ta‧ble /ˈtʃærətəbəl/ adjective relating to charitiesThe museum has charitable status and does not have to pay tax.The trust receives limited funds for its work, and relies heavily on charitable donations.
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