levy

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} el koymak
{i} zorla toplama
(Ticaret) vergi toplamak
(Kanun) tarh etmek
(Ticaret) tarhetmek
(on/upon ile) zorla toplamak
toplanan para
{f} zorla topla
{i} zorla askere alma
{i} icra
{f} toplamak
vergi/vergi toplama
{i} (vergi) toplama
{f} askere almak
{i} vergi koyma
mecburi olarak toplama bu suretle toplanan asker veya para
{f} haczetmek
(Avrupa Birliği) vergi,prelevman
(Askeri) UZMAN ERAT DENKLEŞTİRME TAYİNİ: Belirli askeri meslek ihtisasında, rütbede ve icabında, özel nitelikteki gönüllü eratın, dünya çapında mevcut ihtiyaçları karşılamak üzere, başka görev yerlerine mecburi atanmaları hususunda, Kara Kuvvetleri Komutanlığınca Ordu Komutanlıklarına verilmiş sorumluluk
{i} haciz
levy war on harp açmak
{f} zorla toplamak
{i} zorla (asker) toplama
{i} zorla toplanan asker
levy savaş/topla
(Kanun) haciz koymak
asker toplama
toplama (vergi)
(Kanun) vergilendirmek
(Hukuk) ön kesinti
(Hukuk) prelevman
levy tax
(Ticaret) vergi koymak
levy war on
birine karşı savaş açmak
levy war on
birisiyle savaşmak
levy a fine
para cezası almak
levy a tribute on
haraca kesmek
levy customs duty
(Ticaret) gümrük vergisi koymak
levy customs duty
(Ticaret) gümrük vergisi koyma
levy tribute on
haraca kesmek
levy war on
(birine karşı) savaş açmak
impose a levy on
(Ticaret) vergiye bağlamak
notice of levy
(Ticaret) haciz varakası
notice of levy
(Ticaret) haciz ihbarnamesi
notice of levy
(Ticaret) haciz bildirisi
render the alms levy
zekat vermek
capital levy
varlık vergisi
capital levy
sermaye vergisi
health levy
sağlık vergisi
levies
harçlar
tourism levy
Turizm vergisi, turizm için toplanan vergi
capital levy
(Ticaret) sermayeden alınan vergi
dime levy
(Kanun) aşar vergisi
export levy
(Ticaret) ihracat vergisi
export levy
(Avrupa Birliği) ihracat prelevmanı
import levy
(Avrupa Birliği) ithalat prelevmanı
levies
(Ticaret) konmuş resim ve vergiler
Турецкий язык - Турецкий язык
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Karın ağrısı
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Bükmek
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Mide fesadı
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Eğmek, meylettirmek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The act of levying
To wage war
To impose a tax or fine, to collect monies due, or to confiscate property
The tax, property or people so levied
To draft someone into military service
to impose and collect by force or threat of force
{n} the act of raising money a rate, war
{v} to raise, collect, impose, make war
A levy is a sum of money that you have to pay, for example as a tax to the government. an annual motorway levy on all drivers
the process through which the delinquent taxpayers' property, including wages, are seized by the IRS in order to pay the amount of tax owed
the act of drafting into military service a charge imposed and collected impose and collect; "levy a fine
To assess; to seize or collect To levy a tax is to assess a property and set the rate of taxation To levy an execution is to officially seize the property of a person in order to satisfy an obligation
In a points club, the annual charge to members to pay for administration of the club - in addition to any management charge or supplementary management charge made for actual use of a week once-only charge made to owners by an Owners Club or Management Company to pay for major or unexpected costs Liner Industry name for an ordinary salesperson
To gather or exact; as, to levy money
6d
(Verb) To impose taxes or special assessments (Noun) The total of taxes or special assessments imposed by a governmental unit
To raise, collect, or seize by legal process
The USDA defines levy as an import charge assessed by a country or group of countries not in accordance with a definite tariff schedule The "variable import levy" of the European Community was an example The EC's levy on grains varied from day to day, depending on the offering price of third-country suppliers In USDA's view the variable import levy is a nontariff trade barrier because, unlike a moderate customs duty or even a quota, it can completely bar imports The Uruguay Round Agreement on Agriculture resulted in the replacement of variable levies by fixed tariffs
To impose taxes, special assessments, or service charges for the support of City activities
To assess, exact, or collect, as with a tax or a fine Levy can also mean to obtain money by legal process through the seizure and sale of property
That which is levied, as an army, force, tribute, etc
To take or seize on execution; to collect by execution
To raise, collect, or seize by legal process, e g taking or selling property to collect money
The USDA defines levy as an import charge assessed by a country or group of countries not in accordance with a definite tariff schedule The 'variable import levy' of the European Community is an example The EC's levy on grains varied from day to day, depending on the offering price of third-country suppliers In USDA's view the variable import levy is a nontariff trade barrier because, unlike a moderate customs duty or even a quota, it can completely bar imports The Uruguay Round Agreement on Agriculture resulted in the replacement of variable levies by fixed tariffs
{i} act or process of collecting or conscripting (money, property, etc.) by a government or other authority; something which is collected through a levy (i.e. money, property, troops, etc.)
The act of levying or collecting by authority; as, the levy of troops, taxes, etc
If a government or organization levies a tax or other sum of money, it demands it from people or organizations. They levied religious taxes on Christian commercial transactions Taxes should not be levied without the authority of Parliament. to officially say that people must pay a tax or charge levy a tax/charge/fine etc (on sth). levies an additional sum of money, usually paid as a tax levy on. capital levy Burton Levy Shoemaker Levy 9
The amount of money a governing body certifies to be raised from the property tax
the act of drafting into military service
The amount of money that a taxing body requires to be collected throught the property tax system
a charge imposed and collected
To raise; to collect; said of troops, to form into an army by enrollment, conscription, etc
A name formerly given in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Virginia to the Spanish real of one eighth of a dollar (or 12½ cents), valued at eleven pence when the dollar was rated at 7s
To charge or assess a tax or charge
To raise or collect by assessment; to exact by authority; as, to levy taxes, toll, tribute, or contributions
Under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act the government has imposed a levy (in 1997 equal to 5%) over all dividends paid to unsecured creditors Therefore, if a creditor is entitled to a $100 dividend, he will only get $95 with $5 being paid to the government
to impose and collect a tax or other financial charge
A court or a state or federal agency may order a financial institution to withhold funds from your account to satisfy a levy or order Generally after deducting service charges and fees, financial institutions will comply with orders that are property executed and served and will product funds from your account without regard to whether the account is held in one name, held jointly, or held jointly and requiring more than one signature for withdrawal Also referred to as Attachment or Writ of Attachment
To erect, build, or set up; to make or construct; to raise or cast up; as, to levy a mill, dike, ditch, a nuisance, etc
The taking or seizure of property on executions to satisfy judgments, or on warrants for the collection of taxes; a collecting by execution
To collect or charge Levy is used often in relation to taxes, in which case it means taxing property, income or trade
impose and collect; "levy a fine"
The amount of money a school district certifies to be raised from the property tax
To raise, as a siege
To seize property, real or personal, or subject it to the operation of an execution; to make a levy; as, to levy on property; the usual mode of levying, in England, is by seizing the goods
{f} impose a tax or fine; conscript troops, draft into military service; seize property (especially by means of a legal order); start a war, fight a war
The amount of money that a taxing body requires to be collected through the property tax system
impose or collect, as in: The government has the right to levy taxes
A seizure; the obtaining of money by legal process through seizure and sale of property
The amount of property tax income for a unit of government determined by multiplying the tax rate times the total assessed valuation of taxable property in the district The amount of the levy is computed annually by the State Board of Tax Commissioners
cause to assemble or enlist in the military; "raise an army"; "recruit new soldiers"
To impose taxes, special assessments, or service charges for the support of County activities
The legal term for enforced collection by the IRS The IRS may levy your wages (salary), commissions, the cash value of life insurance, licenses or franchises, securities, contracts, demand notes, accounts receivable, rental income, dividends, retirement accounts, etc
Lévy flight
A type of random walk in which the increments are distributed according to a “heavy-tailed” distribution i.e. there are a significant number of large increments
Lévy flights
plural form of Lévy flight
Lévy glass
An inhomogeneous medium, containing small spheres of varying size, in which the path of a light ray follows a Lévy flight
levy war on
declare war on, announce the beginning of a war against -
Shoemaker-Levy 9
Comet that collided with t he planet Jupiter in July 1994, discovered by Carolyn and Eugene Shoemaker and David Levy 16 months earlier. The comet was torn apart into more than 20 fragments during a close encounter with Jupiter in July 1992, resulting in a "string of pearls" that collided sequentially with Jupiter two years later over a period of a week, leaving dark spots larger than Earth at their impact sites in Jupiter's atmosphere
To levy
level
capital levy
tax paid on capital
capital levy
a tax on private or industrial wealth that is paid to the government. Direct tax assessed simultaneously on the capital resources of all persons possessing taxable wealth in excess of a minimum value and paid at least partly out of capital resources. It aims at capturing a substantial portion of the taxpayers' wealth to enable the government to cope with a major emergency or to redistribute wealth. Capital levies were adopted in many European nations after World Wars I and II
capital levy
a tax on capital or property
health levy
health tax, tax deducted from the salary for the provision of health services
levying
present participle of levy
tax levy
The amount of tax dollars billed to taxpayers based on the imposition of the property tax rate on the assessed valuation
tax levy
Any bill that imposes, repeals, or materially alters a State tax The Legislative Counsel determines whether a bill is a tax levy and so indicates in the title and body of the bill
tax levy
The amount to be raised from the general real estate tax is then imposed on property owners through a tax levy A tax levy is the formal action taken to impose the tax, usually a vote of the taxing district's governing body
tax levy
The amount in real estate taxes requested by each taxing body
tax levy
Total sum to be raised by a tax; or the legislative measure by which an annual or general tax is imposed
tax levy
Any bill that imposes, repeals, or materially alters a state tax The Legislative Counsel indicates in the title and Digest of the bill whether the bill is a tax levy
tax levy
The total amount to be raised by general property taxes for purposes specified in the Tax Levy Ordinance
tax levy
The total amount of property tax money that a taxing unit (such as the schools, city, county, etc ) needs to raise to provide services
levy
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