There are 2 translations of tax in Spanish:

tax1

Pronunciation: /tæks/

n

  • 1 u c [Fin] (individual charge) impuesto (m), tributo (m) [formal]; (in general) impuestos (mpl) how much tax do you pay ¿cuánto paga de impuestos? free of tax libre de impuestos to pay one's taxes pagar* los impuestos I paid $1,500 in tax(es) pagué 1.500 dólares de or en impuestos to put o place a tax on sth gravar algo con un impuesto federal/state taxes (in (US) ) impuestos federales/estatales or del estado tax on goods/services impuesto sobre mercancías/servicios tax deducted at source retenciones (fpl) fiscales it can be offset against tax(es) es desgravable before/after taxes o (BrE) tax I earn £17,000 before/after tax(es) gano 17.000 libras sin descontar/descontados los impuestos, gano 17.000 libras brutas/netas profits before/after tax(es) beneficios (mpl) or (AmL tb) utilidades (fpl) antes/después de impuestos the first £2,000 is free of tax (BrE) las primeras 2.000 libras son or están libres de impuestos $20 including tax 20 dólares impuestos incluidos (before n) tax abatement o (BrE) relief desgravación (f) (fiscal) tax band banda (f) impositiva tax base base (f) imponible or impositiva tax bracket banda (f) impositiva tax break [colloquial/familiar] amnistía (f) fiscal or tributaria tax burden carga (f) tributaria or fiscal I get tax credits for my mortgage (AmE) me desgravan el interés sobre la hipoteca tax cut reducción (f) de impuestos tax demand solicitud (f) de pago de impuestos tax form formulario (m) de declaración de renta tax holiday vacaciones (fpl) fiscales tax incentive incentivo (m) fiscal tax law (act) ley (f) tributaria (discipline) derecho (m) tributario tax loophole laguna (f) fiscal for tax purposes a efectos fiscales or impositivos tax rate tipo (m) impositivo or de gravamen tax rebate o refund devolución (f) de impuestos tax revenue ingresos (mpl) tributarios or fiscales, recaudación (f) fiscal or tributaria the tax system el sistema or el régimen tributario or fiscal tax threshold nivel a partir del cual los ingresos están sujetos a impuestos the tax year (in (UK) ) el año or ejercicio fiscal
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    • It would have replaced the corporate income tax with a tax on the net return to capital for all businesses.
    • All local governments in Kenya have taxing authority, including the right to levy a tax on property.
    • Thus a tax on rent may represent a violation of justice while a tax on other incomes does not.
  • 2 (strain) (no pl) carga (f) it was a tax on my resources me puso a prueba it proved too great a tax on his health su salud no lo resistió
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    • The only tax on the reader's mind is to remember as many facts as possible.

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There are 2 translations of tax in Spanish:

tax2

vt

  • 1 [company/goods/earnings] gravar we're being taxed too highly nos están cobrando demasiado en impuestos my income is taxed at source mis ingresos ya vienen con los impuestos descontados
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    • Otherwise the profits are taxed at the full rate.
    • This can represent a significant tax saving, compared with an ordinary share option scheme where the option is generally exempt, but the gain is taxed at income tax rates.
    • Profits from unincorporated businesses are taxed at 15 percent.
  • 2 2.1 (strain) [resources/health/strength] poner* a prueba 2.2 (charge) [formal] to tax sb with sth acusar a algn de algo she became evasive when taxed with the matter contestó con evasivas cuando se le planteó directamente el asunto
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    • Tax me with my crimes!
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    • The need to properly categorize, inventory and secure the massive number of garments and shoes must have taxed their resources and creativity.
    • And director Jasper Bagg takes on the title role with energy and commitment, though sometimes its sheer weight seems to be taxing his powers to the limit.
    • Radeschi said the community's resources have been taxed by dealing with troubled youth.

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Word of the day emprender
vt
to embark on …
Cultural fact of the day

Today is a public holiday in Argentina (Día de la Independencia)