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tax

noun [C or U]     /tæks/
(an amount of) money paid to the government, which is based on your income or the cost of goods or services you have bought 税;税款 They're putting up the tax on cigarettes. 他们要提高烟草税。 Tax cuts (= reductions in taxes) are always popular. 减税总是受欢迎的。 What do you earn before/after tax (= before/after you have paid tax on the money you earn)? 你的税前/税后收入是多少? Taxation
Translations of “tax”
in Arabic ضَريبة…
in Korean 세금…
in Malaysian cukai, beban…
in French taxe, impôt, fardeau…
in Turkish vergi…
in Italian tassa, tasse…
in Chinese (Traditional) 稅, 稅款…
in Russian налог…
in Polish podatek…
in Vietnamese thuế, gánh nặng…
in Spanish impuesto, carga…
in Portuguese imposto…
in Thai ภาษี, ความเครียด…
in German die Steuer, die Belastung…
in Catalan impost…
in Japanese 税金, 税…
in Indonesian pajak, beban…
(Definition of tax noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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