The term used in the context of a permanent tax system, for example, refers to taxable income classes or areas subject to certain income tax rates.
Meanings of Brackets
Attach parentheses (words or numbers).
Assign (one or more people or things) to the same category or group.
Hold or fasten (something) with square brackets at right angles.
Determine the range by ■■■■■■ two initial shots, one in front of the target and the other outside.
Each pair of letters () ] is used to separate a word or number from context.
A category of people or similar things or things within certain limits.
Right angle bracket attached to the wall to hold shelves, lamps or other objects.
Range was fired from both sides of the target to define the distance between two artillery shells.
A diagram showing the sequence of games in a sports tournament is used primarily to predict the outcome.
A person's nose or jaw.
Sentences of Brackets
In translation, I put the "anti-property expression" in square brackets because it's not clear in Greek.
Sometimes there is a bracket with the "new wave" of directors
Tubes should be placed in brackets
You stand, watch the shots explode and then adjust, add, drop, left, right, which is the most interesting part until you hit the target in square brackets.
Symbols are given in square brackets.
Included in the high-income group
A York standing free gas lamp on Little Lawrence Street Road needed to be replaced with a new electric parry discharge lamp mounted on the wall.
The top edge of all sample targets is in the same area and Unit A is the primary target.
In the March Madness Tournament, your keys are half full
Synonyms of Brackets
place, grouping, categorize, grade, division, brace, categorization, list, grading, group, batch, buttress, class, order, joist, parenthesis, sort, section, prop, set, stay, cohort, category, classify