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Definición de “excise” en inglés

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excise

noun [U] uk   /ˈek.saɪz/ us  
a tax made by a government on some types of goods produced and used within their own country: The excise (duty) on beer was increased under the last government.

excise

verb [T] uk   /ekˈsaɪz/ formal us  
to remove something, especially by cutting: During a three-hour operation six tumours were excised from the wall of the patient's stomach. The official censors have excised the controversial sections of the report.
Traducciones de “excise”
en español impuesto sobre el consumo…
en francés taxe…
en alemán die Warensteuer…
en chino (tradicionál) 國內貨物稅, 消費稅…
en ruso акциз…
en turco üretim/tüketim vergisi…
en chino (simplificado) 国内货物税, 消费税…
en polaco akcyza…
(Definition of excise from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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