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"self-assessment" in British English

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self-assessmentnoun [C or U]

uk   /ˌself.əˈses.mənt/  us   /ˌself.əˈses.mənt/
a ​judgment, sometimes for ​officialpurposes, that you make about ​yourabilities, ​qualities, or ​actions
UK a ​system in which ​peoplecalculate for themselves how much ​tax they must ​pay: Make ​sure that you have submittedyour self-assessment ​taxreturn and ​paidyourtax for this ​year by 31 ​January .
(Definition of self-assessment from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"self-assessment" in Business English

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self-assessmentnoun

uk   us   /ˌselfəˈsesmənt/
[U] TAX a ​system for ​people to ​calculate for themselves how much ​incometax to ​pay: New guidelines are being ​published for self-assessment this ​taxyear. Make sure that you have ​submitted your self-assessment ​taxreturn by 31 January.
[C or U] HR, WORKPLACE a ​judgment made by an ​employee about their own ​work, ​abilities, etc., or the ​process of doing this: Despite these ​achievements, she was humble in her self-assessment. Managers are ​regularlyasked to ​carry out self-assessment ​exercises.
(Definition of self-assessment from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “self-assessment”
in Chinese (Simplified) 自我评估…
in Chinese (Traditional) 自我評估…
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