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tax relief

  

      n   a reduction in the amount of tax a person or company has to pay  
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relief  
      n  
1    a feeling of cheerfulness or optimism that follows the removal of anxiety, pain, or distress  
2    deliverance from or alleviation of anxiety, pain, distress, etc.  
3   
a    help or assistance, as to the poor, needy, or distressed  
b    (as modifier)  
relief work     
4    something that affords a diversion from monotony  
5    a person who replaces or relieves another at some task or duty  
6    a bus, shuttle plane, etc., that carries additional passengers when a scheduled service is full  
7    a road (relief road) carrying traffic round an urban area; bypass  
8   
a    the act of freeing a beleaguered town, fortress, etc.  
the relief of Mafeking     
b    (as modifier)  
a relief column     
9      (Also called)    relievo, rilievo     (Sculpture, architect, etc.)  
a    the projection of forms or figures from a flat ground, so that they are partly or wholly free of it  
b    a piece of work of this kind  
10    a printing process, such as engraving, letterpress, etc., that employs raised surfaces from which ink is transferred to the paper  
11    any vivid effect resulting from contrast  
comic relief     
12    variation in altitude in an area; difference between highest and lowest level  
a region of low relief     
13      (Mechanical engineering)   the removal of the surface material of a bearing area to allow the access of lubricating fluid  
14      (Law)   redress of a grievance or hardship  
to seek relief through the courts     
15      (European history)   a succession of payments made by an heir to a fief to his lord: the size of the relief was determined by the lord within bounds set by custom  
16    on relief     (U.S. and Canadian)   (of people) in receipt of government aid because of personal need  
     (C14: from Old French, from relever to raise up; see relieve)  


bas-relief  
      n   sculpture in low relief, in which the forms project slightly from the background but no part is completely detached from it,   (Also called (Italian))    basso rilievo  
     (C17: from French, from Italian basso rilievo low relief; see base2, relief)  
high relief  
      n   relief in which forms and figures stand out from the background to half or more than half of their natural depth,   (Also called)    alto-relievo  
low relief  
      n      another term for       bas-relief  
outdoor relief  
      n      another name for       out-relief  
out-relief  
      n     (English history)   money given to poor people not living in a workhouse,   (Also called)    outdoor relief  
photo relief  
      n   a method of showing the configuration of the relief of an area by photographing a model of it that is illuminated by a lamp in the northwest corner  
relief map  
      n   a map that shows the configuration and height of the land surface, usually by means of contours  
retirement relief  
      n   (in Britain) relief from capital-gains tax given to persons over 60 when disposing of business assets  
tax relief  
      n   a reduction in the amount of tax a person or company has to pay  

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relief

  
1    abatement, alleviation, assuagement, balm, comfort, cure, deliverance, ease, easement, mitigation, palliation, release, remedy, solace  
2    aid, assistance, help, succour, support, sustenance  
3    break, breather     (informal)   diversion, let-up     (informal)   refreshment, relaxation, remission, respite, rest  

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on relief, relief map, high relief, low relief

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n.
person who passed exams by IRS to represent companies or individuals regarding tax matters
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