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Translation of "income" - English-German dictionary

income

noun /ˈiŋkəm/
money received by a person as wages etc das Einkommen He cannot support his family on his income.
income tax
a tax paid on income over a certain amount. die Einkommenssteuer
income-tax return noun
an official form that has to be completed with information about one’s income and expenses and sent to a government department. die Einkomenssteuererklärung
Translations of “income”
in Arabic دَخْل…
in Korean 수입…
in Malaysian pendapatan…
in French revenu…
in Turkish gelir, kazanç, irat…
in Italian entrate, reddito…
in Chinese (Traditional) 收入, 收益…
in Russian доход…
in Polish dochód…
in Vietnamese thu nhập…
in Spanish ingresos, sueldo, salario…
in Portuguese renda…
in Thai รายได้…
in Catalan ingressos…
in Japanese 収入…
in Indonesian penghasilan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 收入, 收益…
(Definition of income from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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