How To Define Estate Duty/tax?
Estate Duty/tax refers to See: Death for sure
Literal Meanings of Estate Duty/tax
Meanings of Estate:
A large piece of land, usually a large house, belonging to a person, family or organization.
All the money and property of a particular person, especially after death.
A class or order that is considered part of a political party, specifically one of the three groups in Parliament (in England), now the Spiritual Sweeney (Church Head), the Earthly Masters (Elite) and the House of Commons. They are also known in society as three specific regions, classes or categories of people.
A certain state, a certain period or certain conditions of life.
Sentences of Estate
The grandparents then move to another house on the family farm and cultivate the land on their own as long as possible.
Voluntarily, he divided his assets between his wife and daughter
Unity is no longer about the kingdom
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Synonyms of Estate
open space, ground, open area, valuables, lot, fate, assets, grounds, fortune, state, belongings, position, chattels, things, wealth, goods, situation, worldly goods, resources, possessions, condition, worth, capital, fields, riches
Meanings of Duty:
There is a moral or legal obligation.
A task or action that someone needs to perform.
Payment for import, export, manufacture or sale of goods.
A measure of engine performance in units of work per unit.
Sentences of Duty
I have a duty to respect the law
The official duty of queens
6% duty on imports
Synonyms of Duty
toll, tariff, respect, assignment, fidelity, obligation, homage, deference, obedience, commitment, part, role, responsibility, tithe, tax, loyalty, faithfulness, charge, duty, commission, job
Meanings of Tax:
A mandatory contribution to government revenue that is received by the government on the employee's income and company profits or is added to the cost of certain goods, services and transactions.
Strict restrictions or demands.
Tax collection (on anything else)
Create demand requirements (power or resources)
Fight someone's fault or crime.
Investigation and evaluation (case cost)
Sentences of Tax
Higher taxes will reduce consumer spending
Heavy tax on reader's attention
Hardware and software are subject to 7.5% tax
He knew that the next test would force all his strength
Why are you accusing me of this meaningless accusation?
Synonyms of Tax
confront, demand, call to account, charge, levy, load, assessment, accuse, blame, weigh down, put a strain on, encumbrance, excise, levy a tax on, strain, charge duty on, fee, burden, stress, pressure, duty