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sur·tax

 (sûr′tăks′)
n.
1. An additional tax.
2. A tax levied on corporations or individuals after net income has exceeded a certain level.
tr.v. sur·taxed, sur·tax·ing, sur·tax·es
To levy a surtax on.

surtax

(ˈsɜːˌtæks)
n
1. (Economics) a tax, usually highly progressive, levied on the amount by which a person's income exceeds a specific level
2. (Economics) an additional tax on something that has already been taxed
vb
(Economics) (tr) to assess for liability to surtax; charge with an extra tax

sur•tax

(n., v. ˈsɜrˌtæks; v. also sɜrˈtæks)

n.
1. an additional or extra tax on something already taxed.
2. one of a graded series of additional taxes levied on incomes exceeding a certain amount.
v.t.
3. to charge with a surtax.
[1880–85]

surtax


Past participle: surtaxed
Gerund: surtaxing

Imperative
surtax
surtax
Present
I surtax
you surtax
he/she/it surtaxes
we surtax
you surtax
they surtax
Preterite
I surtaxed
you surtaxed
he/she/it surtaxed
we surtaxed
you surtaxed
they surtaxed
Present Continuous
I am surtaxing
you are surtaxing
he/she/it is surtaxing
we are surtaxing
you are surtaxing
they are surtaxing
Present Perfect
I have surtaxed
you have surtaxed
he/she/it has surtaxed
we have surtaxed
you have surtaxed
they have surtaxed
Past Continuous
I was surtaxing
you were surtaxing
he/she/it was surtaxing
we were surtaxing
you were surtaxing
they were surtaxing
Past Perfect
I had surtaxed
you had surtaxed
he/she/it had surtaxed
we had surtaxed
you had surtaxed
they had surtaxed
Future
I will surtax
you will surtax
he/she/it will surtax
we will surtax
you will surtax
they will surtax
Future Perfect
I will have surtaxed
you will have surtaxed
he/she/it will have surtaxed
we will have surtaxed
you will have surtaxed
they will have surtaxed
Future Continuous
I will be surtaxing
you will be surtaxing
he/she/it will be surtaxing
we will be surtaxing
you will be surtaxing
they will be surtaxing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been surtaxing
you have been surtaxing
he/she/it has been surtaxing
we have been surtaxing
you have been surtaxing
they have been surtaxing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been surtaxing
you will have been surtaxing
he/she/it will have been surtaxing
we will have been surtaxing
you will have been surtaxing
they will have been surtaxing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been surtaxing
you had been surtaxing
he/she/it had been surtaxing
we had been surtaxing
you had been surtaxing
they had been surtaxing
Conditional
I would surtax
you would surtax
he/she/it would surtax
we would surtax
you would surtax
they would surtax
Past Conditional
I would have surtaxed
you would have surtaxed
he/she/it would have surtaxed
we would have surtaxed
you would have surtaxed
they would have surtaxed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.surtax - an additional tax on certain kinds of income that has already been taxed
income tax - a personal tax levied on annual income
Verb1.surtax - levy an extra tax on; "surtax luxury items that cost more than $1,000"
tax - levy a tax on; "The State taxes alcohol heavily"; "Clothing is not taxed in our state"
Translations

surtax

[ˈsɜːtæks] Nsobreimpuesto m; (= rate) → sobretasa f

surtax

[ˈsɜːrtæks] nsurtaxe f

surtax

surtax

[ˈsɜːˌtæks] nsoprattassa
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