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Tawse

tɔːz

Meanings of Tawse:

noun

A thong with a slit end, formerly used in schools for punishing children.

Usage examples:

The hootsmon has not shrunk from criticising the scottish education system and - from time to time …

Tawses

tɔːz

Meanings of Tawses:

noun

A thong with a slit end, formerly used in schools for punishing children.

Usage examples:

The hootsmon has not shrunk from criticising the scottish education system and - from time to time …

Meanings of Tawtie:

adjective

Tatty.

Meanings of Tax:

noun

A compulsory contribution to state revenue, levied by the government on workers' income and business profits, or added to the cost of some goods, services, and transactions.

Usage examples:

Higher taxes will dampen consumer spending
verb

Impose a tax on (someone or something).

Usage examples:

The income will be taxed at the top rate

Meanings of Tax-dodger:

noun

An illegal method used to reduce the amount of tax that a person or company has to pay

Usage examples:

Stakeholder pensions have unintentionally provided the wealthy with a useful tax dodge., the chance…

Meanings of Taxa:

noun

A taxonomic group of any rank, such as a species, family, or class.

Usage examples:

The extent of polyploidy in target taxa and related species was generally unknown.

Meanings of Taxability:

adjective

(of income) that must be included in calculating the percentage you have to pay the government

Taxable

ˈtæk.sə.bəl

Meanings of Taxable:

adjective

Liable to be taxed; subject to tax.

Usage examples:

Taxable income

Meanings of Taxation:

noun

The levying of tax.

Usage examples:

The progressive nature of taxation

Meanings of Taxed:

verb

Impose a tax on (someone or something).

Usage examples:

The income will be taxed at the top rate
noun

A compulsory contribution to state revenue, levied by the government on workers' income and business profits, or added to the cost of some goods, services, and transactions.

Usage examples:

Higher taxes will dampen consumer spending

Taxes

tæks

Meanings of Taxes:

verb

A compulsory contribution to state revenue, levied by the government on workers' income and business profits, or added to the cost of some goods, services, and transactions.

Usage examples:

Higher taxes will dampen consumer spending
noun

The restoration of displaced bones or organs by manual pressure alone.

Usage examples:

He sent for a surgeon, who attempted to reduce the hernia by the taxis.

Taxi

ˈtæk.si

Meanings of Taxi:

noun

A motor vehicle licensed to transport passengers in return for payment of a fare and typically fitted with a taximeter.

Usage examples:

I'll take a taxi from the air terminal
verb

(of an aircraft) move slowly along the ground before take-off or after landing.

Usage examples:

The plane taxied to a halt at the terminal

Taxicabs

ˈtæk.si

Meanings of Taxicabs:

noun

A taxi.

Usage examples:

While taking a fare to taipo, he saw another taxicab with the identical license plate number.

Meanings of Taxidermist:

noun

A person who practises taxidermy.

Usage examples:

Wulsin referred to his bearers, cooks and taxidermists as his ‘army’.

Meanings of Taxidermists:

noun

A person who practises taxidermy.

Usage examples:

Wulsin referred to his bearers, cooks and taxidermists as his ‘army’.

Taxidermy

ˈtæk.sɪ.dɜː.mi

Meanings of Taxidermy:

noun

The art of preparing, stuffing, and mounting the skins of animals with lifelike effect.

Usage examples:

A case of curiosities is devoted to the art of taxidermy, decorative, restorative and anthropomorph…

Taxied

ˈtaksi

Meanings of Taxied:

verb

(of an aircraft) move slowly along the ground before take-off or after landing.

Usage examples:

The plane taxied to a halt at the terminal
noun

A motor vehicle licensed to transport passengers in return for payment of a fare and typically fitted with a taximeter.

Usage examples:

I'll take a taxi from the air terminal

Meanings of Taxies:

verb

(of an aircraft) move slowly along the ground before take-off or after landing.

Usage examples:

The plane taxied to a halt at the terminal
noun

A motor vehicle licensed to transport passengers in return for payment of a fare and typically fitted with a taximeter.

Usage examples:

I'll take a taxi from the air terminal

Meanings of Taxiing:

verb

(of an aircraft) move slowly along the ground before take-off or after landing.

Usage examples:

The plane taxied to a halt at the terminal
noun

A motor vehicle licensed to transport passengers in return for payment of a fare and typically fitted with a taximeter.

Usage examples:

I'll take a taxi from the air terminal

Taximeter

ˈtaksɪmiːtə

Meanings of Taximeter:

noun

A device used in taxis that automatically records the distance travelled and the fare payable.

Usage examples:

For all journeys outside the taximeter areas, fares may be negotiated between driver and customer.

Meanings of Taximetered:

adjective

(of a vehicle) fitted with a taximeter; (of a journey) made by a taxicab fitted with a taximeter.

Meanings of Taxing:

adjective

Physically or mentally demanding.

Usage examples:

They find the work too taxing
verb

Impose a tax on (someone or something).

Usage examples:

The income will be taxed at the top rate

Meanings of Taxingly:

adverb

In a way that is difficult or that needs a lot of thought or effort

Usage examples:

It was a taxingly long and slow process to collect all of the information and enter it into a singl…

Taxis

ˈtæk.si

Meanings of Taxis:

noun

The restoration of displaced bones or organs by manual pressure alone.

Usage examples:

He sent for a surgeon, who attempted to reduce the hernia by the taxis.
verb

A motor vehicle licensed to transport passengers in return for payment of a fare and typically fitted with a taximeter.

Usage examples:

I'll take a taxi from the air terminal

Meanings of Taxiway:

noun

A route along which an aircraft can taxi when moving to or from a runway.

Usage examples:

Pilots taxiing onto runways or taxiways without clearance accounted for 62% of the cases.

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