- vt. 征税 put a tax on; require a person to pay a tax
- vt. 消耗精力; 使劳累 strain; tire
charge against a citizen's person or property or activity for the support of government
levy a tax on;
"The State taxes alcohol heavily"
"Clothing is not taxed in our state"
set or determine the amount of (a payment such as a fine)
use to the limit;
"you are taxing my patience"
make a charge against or accuse;
"They taxed him failure to appear in court"
- She was fined for tax evasion.
- Her accountant was good at exploiting tax loopholes.
- The care of six children is a tax on her energy.
- Climbing stairs is a tax on a weak heart.
- He was taxed with neglecting the safety regulations.
- Tobacco and alcoholic drinks are taxed heavily in their country.
- This crossword will really tax your brain.
- All these questions are beginning to tax my patience.
- Governments don't tax children.
- Why don't we tax the rich more heavily?
- The work taxed her strength.
- Reading in a poor light taxes the eyes.
- Such a long journey would tax my uncle's health.
- In that country alcoholic drinks are heavily taxed.
- After it's been taxed my income is very small.
- tax with (v.+prep.)
使…负责任 give sb a heavy responsibility of sth
All of this..will be subject to duties and tax.出自： R. Pilcher
A tax of 0.5 per cent on the net assets.出自：European Investor
Costs on both sides are taxed..by the..officer of the court.出自： W. Blackstone
- tax with可作“指责,责备”解。
- ☆ 直接源自古法语的taxer，意为征税；最初源自拉丁语的taxare，意为估测。