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inspector of taxes

noun [C]
 
 
( plural inspectors of taxes) ( also tax inspector)
TAX in the UK, a person whose job is to make sure that people and organizations pay the correct amount of tax by a certain time: Any income from the property should be declared to the inspector of taxes and will be liable to tax.
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