There are 2 main translations of excise in Spanish:

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excise 1

American English: /ˈɛkˌsaɪz/
British English: /ˈɛksʌɪz/

noun

  • impuestos (masculine plural) internos
    Customs and Excise (in UK)
    el servicio de aduanas
    Example sentences
    • There is no hope of buying a bottle of wine here for €2 at the current rate of excise duties and tax.
    • This included VRT, Vat, fuel excise duty and road tax.
    • He announced that he would be holding rates on vehicle excise duty, corporation tax, capital gains tax, betting duties, stamp duty and the climate change levy.

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excise 2
American English: /ɪkˈsaɪz/
British English: /ɪkˈsʌɪz/
, /ɛkˈsʌɪz/

transitive verb

[formal]
  • 1.1 (Medicine)
    Example sentences
    • The mass was surgically excised; however, tumor involved the margins of resection.
    • Patients with abnormal screening laboratory results should be referred, regardless of the size of the mass, because hormone-producing tumors need to be surgically excised.
    • Monthly abdominal ultrasounds should be performed for 1 year, with the hope of catching recurrences early enough to surgically excise them.
    1.2 (delete)
    Example sentences
    • He also dabbled in bisexuality and believed in aliens, but those parts are excised from the narrative.
    • The Bush version excises the whole section on conclusions, preferring not to comment on the likely consequences of oil exploration.
    • Bearing in mind that one excised section of the Wasteland referred to a waiter and some unnatural practices with a dog, I think ‘depraved’ is probably a very good word for it.

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