There are 2 main translations of impuesto in English:

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impuesto 1

also: feminine: impuesta

adjetivo

  • 1 (informado) See examples:estar impuesto en orde algo
    to be well versed in something
    be well informed about something
    está muy impuesto en los asuntos del Oriente Medio
    he is very well versed in o well informed about o [familiar] well up on Middle Eastern affairs
  • 2 (México) [familiar] (acostumbrado)estar impuesto a algo
    to be used to something
    estaba impuesta a madrugar todos los días
    she was used to getting up early every day
    ver tb imponer

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There are 2 main translations of impuesto in English:

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impuesto 2

sustantivo masculino

Example sentences
  • Todo exceso a 50 UITs, pagará el impuesto.
  • En muchos países del mundo, el alcohol y el cigarro son productos usualmente gravados con altos impuestos.
  • No están incluidos los impuestos, las propinas ni las bebidas alcohólicas.

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