Definition of Cess:
Alternative term for a tax. The term is still frequently used in a few countries including Britain, Ireland, to indicate a local tax, Scotland, to indicate a land tax, and India, applied as a suffix to a indicate a category of tax such as property-cess.
(in Scotland, Ireland, and India) a tax or levy.
Synonyms of Cess
Levy, Tariff, Duty, Toll, Excise, Impost, Contribution, Assessment, Tribute, Tithe, Charge, Fee
How to use Cess in a sentence?
- A British cess will never be levied in the United States ever again, as it did before the American Revolution time period.
- You need to make sure that you are charging the correct cess so that you are paying the right amount to the government.
- This property-cess we owe to the government seems like it gets bigger and bigger every year that we live in this house!.
- Mandated by Common Minimum Programme, the Budget proposes a levy of two per cent cess on income tax, corporation tax, excise duties, customs duties and service tax.
Meaning of Cess & Cess Definition