English - Vietnamese Dictionary
tariff /'tærif/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- thuế quan, thuế xuất nhập khẩu (một loại hàng gì)
- preferential tariff: thuế quan ưu đãi
- biểu thuế quan
- tariff reform: sự sửa đổi chế độ thuế quan; (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) sự bãi bỏ chế độ thuế quan
+a government tax on imports or exports
+charge a tariff
Advanced English Dictionary
1 tax, assessment, duty, excise, levy, impost, toll, Brit rate:
The tariff on imported clothing may be increased.
2 schedule (of charges), price-list; bill of fare, menu:
I stopped by the hotel to ask about their tariff.
+ nounCollocation Dictionary
1 a tax that is paid on goods coming into or going out of a country: A general tariff was imposed on foreign imports.
2 a list of fixed prices that are charged by a hotel or restaurant for rooms, meals, etc., or by a company for a particular service
3 (law) a level of punishment for sb who has been found guilty of a crime
high, low | preferential, protective, punitive
British industry was sheltered from foreign competition by protective tariffs.
| external | domestic, internal | import | customs
a 40% level of tariffs on imports
VERB + TARIFF
The agreement fixed tariffs for foreign goods coming into Japan at 5%.
| impose, introduce, levy
The US could impose punitive tariffs of up to 100% on some countries' exports.
| pay | increase, raise | cut, lower, reduce | abolish, eliminate
TARIFF + NOUN
reduction, reform | structure, system | level, rate | barrier
the aim of removing all tariff barriers by the year 2003
They set a tariff of 36% on British wool cloth.
a reduction in tariff/tariffs
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