tariff

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From French tarif, from Italian tariffa, from Ottoman Turkish تعرفه (ta'rife), from Persian تعرفه (ta'refe), from Arabic تَعْرِفَة (taʿrifa, tariff, rate), from the root ع ر ف (ʿ-r-f).

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Noun[edit]

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tariff (plural tariffs)

  1. A system of government-imposed duties levied on imported or exported goods; a list of such duties, or the duties themselves.
  2. A schedule of rates, fees or prices.
  3. (Britain) A sentence determined according to a scale of standard penalties for certain categories of crime.

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Verb[edit]

tariff (third-person singular simple present tariffs, present participle tariffing, simple past and past participle tariffed)

  1. (transitive) to levy a duty on (something)

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From German Tarif, from Italian tariffa, from Arabic تَعْرِيف (taʿrīf)

Noun[edit]

tariff m (definite singular tariffen, indefinite plural tariffer, definite plural tariffene)

  1. tariff, scale, table of rates or charges
  2. wage scale, wage agreement

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From German Tarif, from Italian tariffa, from Arabic تَعْرِيف (taʿrīf)

Noun[edit]

tariff m (definite singular tariffen, indefinite plural tariffar, definite plural tariffane)

  1. tariff, scale, table of rates or charges
  2. wage scale, wage agreement

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