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Definition of 'taxpayer'

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This does not represent value for money for the taxpayer. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But now it was common for taxpayers to have income from multiple sources. Computing (2010)The government stuffed hundreds of billions of dollars of taxpayer cash into its banks. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Sport should not be relying entirely on government and the taxpayer to sort this out. The Sun (2016)In many cases moving the money from the taxpayer and straight into their admirably capacious pockets. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The cost to the British taxpayer was five times higher than initially promised. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Who feels the need to give this man taxpayers' money for these ridiculous claims? The Sun (2016)A leaked document highlights how taxpayers' cash could be misused by terror groups or criminal gangs. The Sun (2016)The upshot is that some companies pay less tax than they should, which in turn means individual income taxpayers end up picking up the tab. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It has cost British taxpayers more than 1 million. Times, Sunday Times (2016)These reviews assess whether rejection is in the best interest of the taxpayer and the government. Christianity Today (2000)Look at the money the taxpayer will save. The Sun (2009)The same old cobblers and we taxpayers are the ones who have to suffer. The Sun (2009)The taxpayer is not liable for the entertainment of her family. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It is their job to procure value for money for the taxpayer. Times, Sunday Times (2012)In their place has stepped another taxpayer who is liable. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Another costly case for the taxpayer. The Sun (2010)Why should us hard-working taxpayers dole these people out again? The Sun (2009)Thousands of pounds of taxpayers' cash was paid out before many cases reached a tribunal. The Sun (2007)The British taxpayer cannot be expected to be the guarantor of last resort. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The case cost the taxpayer around 20,000. The Sun (2010)The Government insists that taxpayers should not foot the bill for their losses. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This relief would in future overwhelmingly benefit taxpayers on above-average incomes. Times, Sunday Times (2006)They splashed taxpayers' cash flying business class and on luxury hotels worldwide. The Sun (2015)Too bad it is one part-owned by taxpayers. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It was a case of taxpayers' money well spent. Times, Sunday Times (2009)What a complete waste of taxpayers' money. The Sun (2011)The railways' biggest source of income is the taxpayer. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But no one wants an ocean of taxpayers' cash spent on a court battle we could lose. The Sun (2013)Apart from the shareholders, the taxpayers and people lower down the chain of command who were not invited to play. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This would help to reassure British taxpayers that people who come here to work are paying their way and not taking them for a ride. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The move will save British taxpayers more than 200m a year. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It's the right thing to do for British businesses and taxpayers. The Sun (2015)

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Translations for 'taxpayer'

British English: taxpayer /ˈtæksˌpeɪə/ NOUN
Taxpayers are people who pay a percentage of their income to the government as tax.
This is not going to cost the taxpayer anything.
  • American English: tax payer
  • Arabic: دَافِعُ الضَرَائِب
  • Brazilian Portuguese: contribuinte
  • Chinese: 纳税人
  • Croatian: porezni obveznik
  • Czech: daňový poplatník
  • Danish: skatteyder
  • Dutch: belastingbetaler
  • European Spanish: contribuyente
  • Finnish: veronmaksaja
  • French: contribuable
  • German: Steuerzahler
  • Greek: φορολογούμενος
  • Italian: contribuente
  • Japanese: 納税者
  • Korean: 납세자
  • Norwegian: skattebetaler
  • Polish: podatnik
  • European Portuguese: contribuinte
  • Romanian: contribuabil
  • Russian: налогоплательщик
  • Spanish: contribuyente
  • Swedish: skattebetalare
  • Thai: ผู้เสียภาษี
  • Turkish: vergi yükümlüsü
  • Ukrainian: платник податків
  • Vietnamese: người đóng thuế
British English: tax-payer NOUN
Tax-payers are people who pay a percentage of their income to the government as tax.
This is not going to cost the tax-payer anything. The company will bear the costs for the delay.

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