Robin Hood tax Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Robin Hood taxnoun [C, usually singular]

uk   us   TAX, BANKING, FINANCE, POLITICS
a suggested set of ​taxes on ​banks and ​financial transactions (= the ​buying and ​selling of ​shares, ​bonds, etc.) that would ​providemoney to ​protectpublicservices and the ​environment, ​help the ​poor, etc.
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