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inland revenue Line breaks: in¦land rev|enue

Definition of inland revenue in English:


[mass noun] British
1Public revenue consisting of income tax and some other direct taxes.
Example sentences
  • The Commissioners shall collect and cause to be collected every part of inland revenue, and all money under their care and management, and shall keep distinct accounts thereof at their chief office.
  • So I am grateful indeed, every day, for that ten percent of my income that isn't being dripped back to the government via inland revenue.
1.1 (Inland Revenue) (Formerly in the UK) the government department responsible for assessing and collecting inland revenue.

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