Definitions of "tax"
  1. The process by which an authoritative body assesses or calculates the amount of costs related to a court action
  2. The action of imposing a financial charge or other levy on a person or their property by a government or public authority
  3. A fee, commonly in the form of money, enforced by a government or public authority on individuals or assets, intended to support public expenses
  4. An amount of money collected by an organization from its members with the intention to cover its operating costs
How to use "tax" in a sentence
  1. The city council decided to tax luxury homes at a higher rate to generate funds for public services.
  2. To clear their debt, they had no choice but to pay the large tax levied on their property.
  3. The members of the golf club were not pleased about the new tax introduced to cover renovation expenses.

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