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excise

noun /ˈeksaiz/
(formal ) the tax on goods etc made and sold within a country.
impuesto sobre el consumo
Translations of “excise”
in Vietnamese thuế đánh vào một số mặt hàng nội địa…
in Thai ภาษีสำหรับสินค้าในประเทศ…
in Malaysian cukai…
in French taxe…
in German die Warensteuer…
in Chinese (Traditional) 國內貨物稅, 消費稅…
in Indonesian cukai…
in Russian акциз…
in Turkish üretim/tüketim vergisi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 国内货物税, 消费税…
in Polish akcyza…
(Definition of excise from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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