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tax

noun /tӕks/
money, eg a percentage of a person’s income or of the price of goods etc taken by the government to help pay for the running of the state
impuesto
income tax a tax on tobacco.
a strain or burden
carga
The continual noise was a tax on her nerves.
taxable adjective liable to be taxed
imponible, gravable
taxable income/goods.
taxation noun the act or system of taxing
impuestos, sistema tributario
property taxation ( also adjective) taxation rates.
taxing adjective mentally or physically difficult
agotador
a taxing job.
tax-free adjective, adverb without payment of tax
exento/libre de impuestos
tax-free income.
taxpayer noun a citizen who pays taxes
contribuyente
The exhibition is funded by the taxpayer.
tax (someone) with phrasal verb (formal) to accuse (a person) of
acusar a alguien de algo
I taxed him with dishonesty.
Translations of “tax”
in Korean 세금…
in Arabic ضَريبة…
in French taxe, impôt, fardeau…
in Italian tassa, tasse…
in Chinese (Traditional) 稅, 稅款…
in Russian налог…
in Turkish vergi…
in Polish podatek…
in Portuguese imposto…
in German die Steuer, die Belastung…
in Catalan impost…
in Japanese 税金, 税…
in Chinese (Simplified) 税, 税款…
(Definition of tax from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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