impost


impost
Synonyms and related words:
assessment, blackmail, call, call for, cess, claim, conscience money, contribution, demand, demand for, direct tax, draft, drain, duty, exaction, extortion, extortionate demand, graduated taxation, heavy demand, imposition, indent, indirect tax, insistent demand, joint return, levy, nonnegotiable demand, notice, order, progressive tax, requirement, requisition, rush, rush order, separate returns, single tax, supertax, surtax, tariff, tax, tax base, tax dodging, tax evasion, tax exemption, tax return, tax structure, tax withholding, tax-exempt status, taxable income, taxation, taxing, tithe, toll, tribute, ultimatum, warning, withholding tax

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  • Impost — Im post, n. [OF. impost, F. impot, LL. impostus, fr. L. impostus, p. p. of imponere to impose. See {Impone}.] 1. That which is imposed or levied; a tax, tribute, or duty; especially, a duty or tax laid by goverment on goods imported into a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • impost — de la vingtiéme partie du vin ou autre chose, Vicesima vicesimae. Faire impost, Imperare tributum. Mettre sus et lever un impost sur le vin qui entre en la ville, Portorium vini instituere …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • impost — Impost. s. m. Droit imposé sur certaines choses. Nouvel impost sur le vin, sur le papier, &c. Lever les imposts. diminuer les imposts. establir un nouvel impost …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • impost — (n.) tax, duty, 1560s, from M.Fr. impost, from M.L. impostum, from neut. of L. impostus, contracted from impositus, pp. of imponere (see IMPOSTOR (Cf. impostor)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • impòst — impost m. impôt. « Vas a la guèrra, pagar l impòst de ma misèra ! » V. Gelu …   Diccionari Personau e Evolutiu

  • Impost — may mean: *A type of extra tax *A handicap (usually a lead weight) used in horse racing *The topmost part of an architectural column *A tax levied on imports …   Wikipedia

  • Impost — (v. lat.), 1) indirecte Abgabe, für den Verbrauch einer Waare, z.B. des Weines, Bieres; vgl. Accise u. Steuer; daher Impostiren, besteuern; 2) (Bauk.), so v.w. Kämpfer …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Impost — (mittellat.), veralteter Ausdruck für Steuer …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Impóst — (mittellat.), indirekte Auflage, Steuer; Pfeilergesims (s. Kämpfer) …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • impost — index assessment (levy), duty (tax), excise, excise (levy a tax), levy, tariff (duties) …   Law dictionary

  • impost — impost1 [im′pōst΄] n. [OFr < ML impostus < L impositus, pp. of imponere: see IMPOSE] 1. a tax; esp., a duty on imported goods 2. Horse Racing the weight assigned to a horse in a handicap race vt. ☆ to classify (imported goods) in order to… …   English World dictionary