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VAT

abbr.
value-added tax

vat

 (văt)
n.
A large vessel, such as a tub, cistern, or barrel, used to hold or store liquids.
tr.v. vat·ted, vat·ting, vats
To put into or treat in a vat.

[Middle English, variant of fat, from Old English fæt.]

vat

(væt)
n
1. a large container for holding or storing liquids
2. (Dyeing) chem a preparation of reduced vat dye
vb, vats, vatting or vatted
(tr) to place, store, or treat in a vat
[Old English fæt; related to Old Frisian fet, Old Saxon, Old Norse fat, Old High German faz]

VAT

(sometimes væt)
(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Economics) value-added tax: a tax levied on the difference between the cost of materials and the selling price of a commodity or service

vat

(væt)

n., v. vat•ted, vat•ting. n.
1. a large container, as a tank, used for holding liquids: a wine vat.
2.
a. a preparation containing an insoluble dye that is converted by reduction to a water-soluble form.
b. a vessel containing such a preparation.
v.t.
3. to put into or treat in a vat.
[before 1100; Old English fæt vessel, c. Old Saxon, Old Norse fat, Old High German faz]

VAT

value-added tax.

vat


Past participle: vatted
Gerund: vatting

Imperative
vat
vat
Present
I vat
you vat
he/she/it vats
we vat
you vat
they vat
Preterite
I vatted
you vatted
he/she/it vatted
we vatted
you vatted
they vatted
Present Continuous
I am vatting
you are vatting
he/she/it is vatting
we are vatting
you are vatting
they are vatting
Present Perfect
I have vatted
you have vatted
he/she/it has vatted
we have vatted
you have vatted
they have vatted
Past Continuous
I was vatting
you were vatting
he/she/it was vatting
we were vatting
you were vatting
they were vatting
Past Perfect
I had vatted
you had vatted
he/she/it had vatted
we had vatted
you had vatted
they had vatted
Future
I will vat
you will vat
he/she/it will vat
we will vat
you will vat
they will vat
Future Perfect
I will have vatted
you will have vatted
he/she/it will have vatted
we will have vatted
you will have vatted
they will have vatted
Future Continuous
I will be vatting
you will be vatting
he/she/it will be vatting
we will be vatting
you will be vatting
they will be vatting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been vatting
you have been vatting
he/she/it has been vatting
we have been vatting
you have been vatting
they have been vatting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been vatting
you will have been vatting
he/she/it will have been vatting
we will have been vatting
you will have been vatting
they will have been vatting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been vatting
you had been vatting
he/she/it had been vatting
we had been vatting
you had been vatting
they had been vatting
Conditional
I would vat
you would vat
he/she/it would vat
we would vat
you would vat
they would vat
Past Conditional
I would have vatted
you would have vatted
he/she/it would have vatted
we would have vatted
you would have vatted
they would have vatted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.vat - a tax levied on the difference between a commodity's price before taxes and its cost of productionVAT - a tax levied on the difference between a commodity's price before taxes and its cost of production
excise, excise tax - a tax that is measured by the amount of business done (not on property or income from real estate)
2.vat - a large open vessel for holding or storing liquidsvat - a large open vessel for holding or storing liquids
vessel - an object used as a container (especially for liquids)
washtub - a tub in which clothes or linens can be washed

vat

noun tub, tank, barrel, vessel, drum, container, butt, bin, basin, cask, keg, receptacle, tun food cooked in huge vats of boiling fat
Translations
ضَريبة القيمَة الإضافيَّهضَرِيبَةُ القِيْمَةُ الـمَضَافَةوعاء كَبير للسَّوائِل
DPHkáďsuddaň z přidané hodnoty
momsfad
ALV
PDV
tankur, geymir; vínáma
付加価値税
부가가치세
PVM
mucaPVN, pievienotas vertibas nodoklistvertnevāts
kaďa
moms
ภาษีมูลค่าเพิ่ม
thuế GTGT

VAT

[viːeɪˈtiː, væt]
A. N ABBR (Brit) =value-added taxIVA m, impuesto m sobre el valor añadido
B. CPD VAT man Nrecaudador m del IVA
VAT return Ndeclaración f del IVA

vat

[væt] Ntina f, tinaja f; [of cider] → cuba f

VAT

[ˌviːeɪˈtiː ˈvæt]
n abbr (British) (=value added tax) → TVA f(= taxe sur la valeur ajoutée)
modif [rate, receipts] → de TVA; [increases] → de la TVA

vat

[ˈvæt] ncuve f

VAT

(Brit) abbr of value-added taxMehrwertsteuer f, → MwSt.

vat

nFass nt; (without lid) → Bottich m

VAT

(Brit):
VAT man
nSteuerprüfer m(für die Mehrwertsteuer)
VAT-registered
VAT return
nMehrwertsteuerausgleich m

VAT

[ˈviːeɪtiː, væt] n abbr (Brit) =value added taxI.V.A. f

vat

[væt] n (for wine, dye) → tino

vat

(vat) noun
a large vessel or tank, especially one for holding fermenting spirits.

VAT

(ˌviː ei ˈtiː or vat) abbreviation
value-added tax. The price is $60, not including VAT.

vat

ضَرِيبَةُ القِيْمَةُ الـمَضَافَة DPH moms MwSt ΦΠΑ IVA ALV TVA PDV IVA 付加価値税 부가가치세 BTW MVA VAT ICMS, IVA налог на добавленную стоимость moms ภาษีมูลค่าเพิ่ม KDV thuế GTGT 增值税
References in classic literature ?
See with what entire freedom the whaleman takes his handful of lamps --often but old bottles and vials, though --to the copper cooler at the try-works, and replenishes them there, as mugs of ale at a vat.
There was a long line of hogs, with squeals and lifeblood ebbing away together; until at last each started again, and vanished with a splash into a huge vat of boiling water.
But, there were no pigeons in the dove-cot, no horses in the stable, no pigs in the sty, no malt in the store-house, no smells of grains and beer in the copper or the vat.
Oh, Crimsworth is better filled up than I am, I know besides he has a straight nose, arched eyebrows, and all that; but these advantages--if they are advantages--he did not inherit from his mother, the patrician, but from his father, old Crimsworth, who, MY father says, was as veritable a shire blue-dyer as ever put indigo in a vat yet withal the handsomest man in the three Ridings.
Sometimes he might be seen, with his whole body fairly reeking with the perfumed oil of the nut, looking as if he had just emerged from a soap-boiler's vat, or had undergone the process of dipping in a tallow-chandlery.
there are times when the great universe, Like cloth in some unskilful dyer's vat, Shrivels into a handbreadth, and perchance That time is now
I zay," said he, "you mos pe dronk as de pig, vor zit dare and not zee me zit ere; and I zay, doo, you mos pe pigger vool as de goose, vor to dispelief vat iz print in de print.
Why--he was standing over the whey-tub to let off the whey, and the shade of his face came upon the wall behind, close to Izz, who was standing there filling a vat.
As he dropped the last grisly fragment of the dismembered and mutilated body into the small vat of nitric acid that was to devour every trace of the horrid evidence which might easily send him to the gallows, the man sank weakly into a chair and throwing his body forward upon his great, teak desk buried his face in his arms, breaking into dry, moaning sobs.
In a short time his electroplating vat was put out of order.
I know vat I know," Silverstein held on sturdily--a thing Genevieve had never before seen him do when his wife was in her tantrums.
Pitt has got vat," said the Baronet, after this mark of affection.