fisco

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin fiscus.

Noun[edit]

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fisco m (plural fischi)

  1. exchequer, treasury
  2. taxation or the revenue obtained by taxation
  3. Inland Revenue (British), Internal Revenue Service (US) (Government department with responsibility for collecting taxation)
  4. (informal, especially in plural) tax inspector, taxman (More properly: ispettore del fisco)

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Latin[edit]

Noun[edit]

fiscō

  1. dative singular of fiscus
  2. ablative singular of fiscus