Definition of 'dodger'
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Billions of pounds has not been collected from the biggest tax dodgers. The Sun (2016)The main aim is to secure a big international push against tax dodgers. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Critics said he was a hypocrite for condemning tax dodgers while trying to reduce his inheritance tax bill. The Sun (2013)The officers were checking for fare dodgers at a bus stop when they spotted a man due for recall to jail. The Sun (2010)Well, two more tax dodgers makes no difference. The Sun (2015)The Chancellor will also clamp down on millionaire tax dodgers by sealing lucrative stamp duty loopholes. The Sun (2012)No. Police were swooping on fare dodgers. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Or Swiss tax dodgers are us? Times, Sunday Times (2015)Instead they defended tax dodgers. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It was certainly in the interest of eurozone voters who are forking out billions to fill the gaping hole left by Greek tax dodgers. The Sun (2012)US diplomats are top of a list of London congestion charge dodgers. Times, Sunday Times (2006)At its helm, Europe needs a politician who campaigns against tax dodgers. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It couldn't be that she gets a bonus for catching so-called fare dodgers could it? The Sun (2009)Alongside shameless fare dodgers, rail companies penalise many people who have been unable to buy tickets because of long queues or closed tills or machines. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There will be a clampdown on high pay, another new levy on the wealthy and an army of new inspectors to catch rich tax dodgers. The Sun (2011)Today such footballing artful dodgers can collectively become a team's 12th man. Times, Sunday Times (2013) RICH tax dodgers are to be targeted in a Government crackdown, ministers will pledge today. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'dodger'
British English: dodger NOUN
A dodger is someone who avoids doing a duty or paying a charge.
...tax dodgers who hide their interest earnings.
Definition of dodger from the Collins English Dictionary
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