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tax

 (tăks)
n.
1. A contribution for the support of a government required of persons, groups, or businesses within the domain of that government.
2. A fee or dues levied on the members of an organization to meet its expenses.
3. A burdensome or excessive demand; a strain.
tr.v. taxed, tax·ing, tax·es
1. To place a tax on (income, property, or goods).
2. To exact a tax from: taxed the people.
3. Law To assess (court costs, for example).
4. To make difficult or excessive demands upon: a boss who taxed everyone's patience.
5.
a. To accuse; confront: taxed him with ingratitude.
b. To hold accountable: The contractor was taxed with the mistake of the subcontractor.

[Middle English, from taxen, to tax, from Old French taxer, from Medieval Latin taxāre, from Latin, to touch, reproach, reckon, frequentative of tangere, to touch; see tag- in Indo-European roots.]

tax′a·ble (tăk′sə-bəl) adj.
tax′a·bly adv.
tax′er n.

taxable

(ˈtæksəbəl)
adj
1. (Accounting & Book-keeping) capable of being taxed; able to bear tax
2. (Accounting & Book-keeping) subject to tax
n
(Accounting & Book-keeping) (often plural) US a person, income, property, etc, that is subject to tax
ˌtaxaˈbility, ˈtaxableness n
ˈtaxably adv

tax•a•ble

(ˈtæk sə bəl)

adj.
1. capable of being taxed; subject to tax: a taxable gain.
n.
2. Usu., taxables. persons or things that are subject to tax.
[1425–75]
tax`a•bil′i•ty, tax′a•ble•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.taxable - (of goods or funds) subject to taxation; "taxable income"; "nonexempt property"
nonexempt - (of persons) not exempt from an obligation or liability
nontaxable, exempt - (of goods or funds) not subject to taxation; "the funds of nonprofit organizations are nontaxable"; "income exempt from taxation"
Translations
خاضِع للضَّريبَه
zdanitelný
skattepligtig
veronalainenverotettava
oporeziv
adóköteles
skattskyldur
zdaniteľný
vergilendirilebilir

taxable

[ˈtæksəbl]
A. ADJgravable, imponible
B. CPD taxable income Nrenta f gravable, renta f imponible

taxable

[ˈtæksəbəl] adj [income] → imposabletax allowance npart f du revenu non imposable, abattement m à la base

taxable

adj personsteuerpflichtig; income also(be)steuerbar (form); goodsbesteuert, abgabenpflichtig

taxable

[ˈtæksəbl] adjimponibile

tax

(tӕks) noun
1. money, eg a percentage of a person's income or of the price of goods etc taken by the government to help pay for the running of the state. income tax; a tax on tobacco.
2. a strain or burden. The continual noise was a tax on her nerves.
verb
1. to make (a person) pay (a) tax; to put a tax on (goods etc). He is taxed on his income; Alcohol is taxed.
2. to put a strain on. Don't tax your strength!
ˈtaxable adjective
liable to be taxed. taxable income/goods.
taxˈation noun
the act or system of taxing.
ˈtaxing adjective
mentally or physically difficult. a taxing job.
ˌtax-ˈfree adjective, adverb
without payment of tax. tax-free income.
ˈtaxpayer noun
a citizen who pays taxes.
ˈtax (someone) with
to accuse (a person) of. I taxed him with dishonesty.
References in classic literature ?
An oppressed class under the sway of the feudal nobility, an armed and self-governing association in the mediaeval commune; here independent urban republic (as in Italy and Germany), there taxable "third estate" of the monarchy (as in France), afterwards, in the period of manufacture proper, serving either the semi-feudal or the absolute monarchy as a counterpoise against the nobility, and, in fact, corner-stone of the great monarchies in general, the bourgeoisie has at last, since the establishment of Modern Industry and of the world-market, conquered for itself, in the modern representative State, exclusive political sway.
According to his ideas, consumption was the sole thing properly taxable in times of peace.
Distortions in VAT recovery can also arise where a fully taxable business makes an auxiliary exempt supply, e.g., a manufacturer makes a loan to an affiliate.
The claim of right doctrine requires taxpayers who receive disputed income to treat it as taxable income if there are no restrictions on how they can use this money When there are restrictions as when the disputed money is in an escrow account--they pay taxes on the disputed amount only when and if they receive the money
The HDC approved the use of $44 million in tax exempt and taxable bond financing, as well $7.1 million from HDC's corporate reserves, for four developments to be constructed in Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx.
During year 1, Trust receives $100,000 of taxable income.
On the taxable side, WR Lazard served as a financial advisor to the Resolution Trust Corp., the quasi-government agency that takes the assets of failed savings and loans and sells them.
A company must still identify and quantify its temporary differences - the differences between book and tax bases of assets and liabilities - rather than timing differences between pretax income and taxable income.
The first step is to determine the part of the award or settlement that is taxable. Depending on the type, all or part of the amount paid may be taxable.
According to the proposed regulations, the final regulations will apply to taxable years beginning after December 31, 2004.
Commissioner (TC Summary Opinion 2005-57), the court considered whether certain workers' compensation benefits were taxable as if they were Social Security benefits.
If not properly addressed, the money could be considered taxable income for the lessee.