NounTariff (plural Tariffs)
- a system of government-imposed duties levied on imported or exported goods; a list of such duties, or the duties themselves
- a schedule of rates, fees or prices
- (UK) a sentence determined according to a scale of standard penalties for certain categories of crime
Verbs for Tariff
abolish—; absorb —; adopt—; bandy—; bear—; bruit about—; exact—; legislate—; levy—; modify—; nullify—; parry—; rate —; reciprocate—; reduce—; regale with—; regulate—; revise—; scrap—; set—; silence —; slash—; steer—; yield—; —bamboozles (colloq.) ; —discourages; —distrains; — fades; —flows; —impedes; —limits; —prohibits ; —protects; —ranges; —rates; —restrains; —restricts; —schedules; —subsides; —touches upon; —veers toward.
VAT, ad valorem duty, alcohol tax, amusement tax, assessment, assessment on default, bill of fare, capital gains tax, capitation, capitation tax, cess, charge, corporation tax, cost, customs, customs duty, death duty, death tax, doomage, duty, estate duty, estate tax, excess profits tax, excise, excise tax, export tax, federal tax, gabelle, gift tax, head tax, import tax, impost, income tax, inheritance tax, internal revenue tax, land tax, levy, liquor tax, local tax, luxury tax, menu, nuisance tax, personal property tax, poll, poll tax, price tag, property tax, property-increment tax, protective tariff, provincial tax, rate, rates, revenue tariff, sales tax, salt tax, school tax, severance tax, specific duty, state tax, tab, tariff duty, tax, telephone tax, toll, use tax, value added tax, window tax