1) to impose, levy, put a tax on

2) to collect a tax from

3) to pay a tax (to pay a tax on a new car; to pay a large sum in taxes; to pay a tax to the government)

4) to increase, raise taxes

5) to cut, lower, reduce taxes

6) to rescind, revoke a tax

7) an amusement; capital gains; cigarette; death (AE), inheritance (BE has death duty); direct; estate; excess-profits; excise; federal (AE); gasoline (AE), petrol (BE); gift; income; indirect; liquor; local; negative income; nuisance; personal-property; poll; property; real-estate; sales; state (US); transfer; value-added; windfall-profits (US); withholding (esp. AE; BE has PAYE) tax

8) a flat; graduated, progressive tax

9) a tax on (a tax on cigarettes)

10) delinquent taxes

11) (misc.) tax evasion; a tax haven tax; a tax shelter; tax relief


v. (formal) (d; tr.) ('to accuse') to tax with (to tax smb. with a crime)

* * *
a tax haven tax: a tax shelter
capital gains
estate: excess tax profits
negative income
progressive tax
put a tax on
raise taxes
reduce taxes
revoke a tax
withholding (esp. AE: BE has PAYE) tax
tax relief
death (AE)
federal (AE)
gasoline (AE) . petrol (BE)
inheritance (BE has death duty)
state (US)
windfall-profits (US)
(misc.) tax evasion
a flat
an amusement
delinquent taxes
to collect a tax from
to cut. lower
to impose
to increase
to rescind
a tax on (a tax on cigarettes)
to pay a tax (to pay a tax on a new car; to pay a large sum in taxes; to pay a tax to the government)
(formal) (d; tr.) ('to accuse') to tax with (to tax smb. with a crime)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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