- to demand a tax from (a person, business, etc.).
- to demand a tax in consideration of the possession or occurrence of (income, goods, sales, etc.), usually in proportion to the value of money involved.
Origin of tax
OTHER WORDS FROM tax
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH taxtacks, tax
Other definitions for tax (2 of 2)
How to use tax in a sentence
There are limits to the painting of banditry and extortion as the legitimate raising of taxes.
Scalise spoke about taxes and government slush funds for a mere 15 minutes, Knight said.
There were mass closures of churches, mosques, and monasteries, and new taxes on religious facilities.Remembering the Russian Priest Who Fought the Orthodox Church|Cathy Young|December 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Winners are solely responsible for any and all federal, state, and local taxes and/or fees that may be incurred.
Winners will be solely responsible for any and all local, state, and federal taxes, and/or fees that may be incurred.
The taxes whether public, county, or parish, were payable in tobacco.
Those who collect taxes without being duly authorized by Government, or misappropriate public funds.The Philippine Islands|John Foreman
Moreover, it must be prejudicial to the national interest to impose parliamentary taxes.
He had heard it hinted that allowing the colonies representation in Parliament would be a simple plan for making taxes legal.
For new taxes, however, it would doubtless be necessary to await the formation of a new ministry.
British Dictionary definitions for tax
Derived forms of taxtaxer, nountaxless, adjective
Word Origin for tax
Other Idioms and Phrases with tax
In addition to the idiom beginning with tax
- tax with
- death and taxes