tax collector

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Noun1.tax collector - someone who collects taxes for the governmenttax collector - someone who collects taxes for the government
administrative official, bureaucrat - an official of a bureaucracy
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poreznik
skattheimtumaður
belastinginner

tax collector

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Professor Gerard Carruthers argues Robert Burns' political leanings were an "open secret" when he worked as an excise man in the civil service.
There is also a report of a court case in Stirling, in 1818, where three Balfron men were charged with firing several shots which threatened the Excise man and the constable as they approached an illicit still between Balfron and Balgair.
So duty is now the money we pay the excise man for our alcohol.
His father, also John Toogood (1807-1833), came to Liverpool from the Isle of Wight, to work as an excise man.
Legend has it that Fred and his pals found there was money to be made from smuggling and one night were loading barrels of illicit booze when an excise man appeared.
The excise man gave a cursory look through his pack, stamped his pass and waved him aboard.