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Legal ContextPlay
The term 'loophole' often appears in legal, tax, or rule-based discussions. SlideLawyers reviewed the contract for loopholes before finalizing it.
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Controversial UsagePlay
'Loophole' can imply cleverness or underhanded tactics, depending on one's perspective. SlideThe company used a loophole to bypass environmental regulations.
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Negative ConnotationPlay
Using a 'loophole' may carry a negative connotation, suggesting avoidance of intended rules. SlidePublic outrage ensued when the politician’s tax loophole was revealed.