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imposición

Translation of imposición in English:

sustantivo femenino

Example sentences
  • Impuesto indirecto o imposición indirecta es el impuesto que grava el consumo.
  • En el sector petrolero, una huelga dio lugar a la imposición de multas millonarias al sindicato.
  • Allí se hacía la imposición de medallas a nuevos graduados.

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