tax
noun
1. (assessment) 
There is a 50% tax on imported footwear. Hay un impuesto de 50% sobre el calzado importado.
All motor vehicles must pay a tax for the right to drive on the streets.Todos los vehículos a motor deben pagar un tributo por el derecho de circular en la calle.
2. (strain) 
a. la carga (F) 
All this bureaucracy is a real tax on our teachers. Todo esta burocracia es una verdadera carga para nuestros profesores.
transitive verb
3. (to exact a tax) 
a. gravar 
Under the regulations of the tax reform, food and medicines are taxed at five percent.Bajo los reglamentos de la reforma fiscal, la comida y los alimentos se gravan al cinco por ciento.
The city taxes tourists by charging a bed tax in its hotels. La ciudad cobra impuestos a los turistas mediante un impuesto de cama en sus hoteles.
c. tasar 
Local government can decide how and how much to tax its citizens in some countries.El gobierno local puede decidir cómo y cuánto tasar a sus ciudadanos en algunos países.
4. (to strain) 
The 200 days a year I spend traveling for business tax my marriage. Los 200 días al año que paso viajando por negocios pone a prueba mi matrimonio.
tax
Noun
1. (general) 
a. el impuesto m, tributo (M) 
2. (taxation) 
a. el impuestos (M) 
to pay taxser un/una contribuyente, pagar impuestos
tax allowancemínimo exento, tramo (de ingresos) libre de impuestos
tax avoidanceelusión fiscal
tax bracketbanda impositiva, tramo impositivo
tax breakventaja fiscal
tax codecódigo impositivo
tax collectorrecaudador(ora) de impuestos
tax cutreducción fiscal
3. (aut) (United Kingdom) 
a. no direct translation 
tax diskpegatina del impuesto de circulación
tax evasionfraude or evasión fiscal
tax exileexiliado(a) m,f fiscal
tax formdeclaración de la renta
tax freelibre de impuestos
tax havenparaíso fiscal
tax incentiveincentivo fiscal
tax inspectorinspector(ora) de Hacienda
tax rebatedevolución fiscal
tax reference numbernúmero de identificación fiscal
tax reliefdesgravación fiscal
tax returndeclaración de la renta
tax systemsistema impositivo
transitive verb
4. (finance) 
a. gravar (goods, income) 
5. (people) 
a. cobrar impuestos a 
6. (resources, patience, knowledge) 
a. poner a prueba 
7. (formal) 
a. no direct translation (accuse) 
he was taxed with having liedse le imputó haber mentido
tax [tæks]
noun
1 (Economics) (contribution) impuesto (m); tributo (m) (formal)
half of it goes in tax la mitad se me va en impuestos
petrol tax tax on petrol impuesto (m) sobre la gasolina
profits after tax beneficios después de impuestos
profits before tax beneficios antes de impuestos
to [cut] taxes
free of tax exento or libre de impuestos
to impose or levy or put a tax on sth gravar algo con un impuesto
to pay tax on sth pagar impuestos por algo
to pay one's taxes pagar los impuestos; how much tax do you pay? ¿cuánto paga de impuestos?; I paid £3,000 in tax last year el año pasado pagué 3.000 libras de impuestos
for tax purposes a efectos fiscales
2 (strain)
the extra administrative work was a tax on the resources of schools el trabajo adicional de administración supuso una carga pesada para los recursos de las escuelas; it was a tax on his strength/patience puso a prueba sus fuerzas/su paciencia
That meant long interviews with employees - a tax on the resources of small companies a tax on resources looking after the children and holding down a challenging job put an enormous tax on his strenght this noisy and disorderly household was an added tax on her patience
transitive verb
1 (Economics) [+income, profit] gravar; [+person] cobrar impuestos a; imponer cargas fiscales a
household goods are taxed at the rate of 15% los artículos del hogar se gravan con el 15% or llevan un impuesto del 15%; the wife is separately taxed la esposa paga impuestos por separado
the rich are being taxed out of existence they want to introduce fiscal reform that taxes income less and consumption more any money earned over that level is taxed at the rate of 59% the Bonn government taxes profits of corporations at a rate that is among the highest in Europe the government's commitment to simplifying the way companies are taxed the government's policy is to tax the rich more heavily than the poor husband and wife are now taxed separately on their incomes they are heavily taxed claims that the government is considering taxing books and clothes in certain German cities petrol is taxed extra to subsidise public transport
2 (Britain) (Aut)
I haven't got my car taxed yet aún no he pagado el impuesto de circulación
3 (place a burden on) poner a prueba
these dilemmas would tax the best of statesmen estos dilemas pondrían a prueba al mejor de los estadistas
hospitals, overloaded with battle casualties, were severely taxed. overcrowding has taxed the city's ability to deal with waste the mobilisation has taxed the country's manpower resources
4 (accuse)
to tax sb with sth acusar a algn de algo
writers to the letters column taxed me with shallowness and poor taste For this he was taxed with parochialism and meanness by the eulogists of the glories of empire-building I was taxed with acts of impurity and of instigating my companions to scandal Although he frequently praised books written by other people, he was often dismissive of his own. When taxed with this by Janet Binder, he smiled and said, "Have you never heard of the pride that apes humility?"
5 (Jur) [+costs] tasar
modifier
tax allowance (n) desgravación (f) fiscal
the tax authority
tax avoidance (n) evasión (f) legal de impuestos
the Chancellor has expanded the lower tax band by 20 per cent and that will affect us all
tax base (n) base (f) imponible
tax base - the total pool which the tax authorities can tap in levying a TAX
tax bracket (n) grupo (m) impositivo
the organization aims to ensure everyone understands the tax system and can take advantage of all the tax breaks available The tax burden consists of all the taxes that people have to pay on what they earn (direct taxation) and on things that they buy (indirect taxation).
tax code tax coding (n) código (m) impositivo
tax collecting (n) recaudación (f) de impuestos
tax collector (n) recaudadorarecaudadora (m) (f) de impuestos;a recaudadora
tax cuts (n) reducciones (f) en los impuestos
tax disc (n) (Britain) pegatina (f) del impuesto de circulación
tax dodge (n) evasión (f) de impuestos
this was not just a tax dodge
tax evasion (n) evasión (f) fiscal
tax exemption (n) exención (f) de impuestos; exención (f) tributaria
tax exile (n) (person) persona autoexiliada para evitar los impuestos; (state) exilio (m) voluntario para evitar los impuestos
wealthy tax exiles he lived most of his later years as a tax exile in Paris to become a tax exile he is a man true to his roots, despite being rich enough now to make it worth living in tax exile in Switzerland to go into tax exile He's gone into tax exile to avoid paying hefty UK taxes
tax haven (n) paraíso (m) fiscal
everyone acknowledges it'll be tough getting Congress to approve unpopular measures, like spending cuts or tax hikes so close to elections The answer, say those with French interests at stake, is to give Brittany Ferries a tax holiday a euphemism for our old friend, the state subsidy, technically illegal under the European Community's fair competition rules
tax incentive (n) aliciente (m) fiscal
tax inspector (n) inspectorainspectora (m) (f) fiscal;a inspectora inspectorainspectora (m) (f) de Hacienda;a inspectora
tax law (n) derecho (m) tributario
a 3p tax levy
tax liability (n) obligación (f) fiscal; obligación (f) tributaria
many tax payers will face heavier increases
tax rate (n) tasa (f) impositiva
tax rebate (n) devolución (f) de impuestos
tax relief (n) desgravación (f) fiscal
tax return (n) declaración (f) fiscal or de la renta
to fill in or out one's tax return hacer la declaración fiscal or de la renta
tax revenue (n) ingresos (m) tributarios
tax shelter (n) refugio (m) fiscal
tax system (n) sistema (m) tributario; sistema (m) fiscal
tax year (n) año (m) fiscal; ejercicio (m) fiscal
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