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tax return


      n   a declaration of personal income made annually to the tax authorities and used as a basis for assessing an individual's liability for taxation  
Diccionario de inglés definición  
1    intr   to come back to a former place or state  
2    tr   to give, take, or carry back; replace or restore  
3    tr   to repay or recompense, esp. with something of equivalent value  
return the compliment     
4    tr   to earn or yield (profit or interest) as an income from an investment or venture  
5    intr   to come back or revert in thought or speech  
I'll return to that later     
6    intr   to recur or reappear  
the symptoms have returned     
7    to answer or reply  
8    tr   to vote into office; elect  
9    tr     (Law)   (of a jury) to deliver or render (a verdict)  
10    tr   to send back or reflect (light or sound)  
the canyon returned my shout     
11    tr   to submit (a report, etc.) about (someone or something) to someone in authority  
12    tr     (Cards)   to lead back (the suit led by one's partner)  
13    tr     (Ball games)   to hit, throw, or play (a ball) back  
14    tr     (Architect)   to turn (a part, decorative moulding, etc.) away from its original direction  
15    return thanks   (of Christians) to say grace before a meal  
16    the act or an instance of coming back  
17    something that is given or sent back, esp. unsatisfactory merchandise returned to the maker or supplier or a theatre ticket sent back by a purchaser for resale  
18    the act or an instance of putting, sending, or carrying back; replacement or restoration  
19    often pl   the yield, revenue, or profit accruing from an investment, transaction, or venture  
20    the act or an instance of reciprocation or repayment (esp. in the phrase in return for)  
21    a recurrence or reappearance  
22    an official report, esp. of the financial condition of a company  
a    a form (a tax return) on which a statement concerning one's taxable income is made  
b    the statement itself  
24    often pl   a statement of the votes counted at an election or poll  
25    an answer or reply  
26      (Brit)      short for       return ticket  
27      (N.Z.)  
informal   a second helping of food served at a table  
28      (Architect)  
a    a part of a building that forms an angle with the façade  
b    any part of an architectural feature that forms an angle with the main part  
29      (Law)   a report by a bailiff or other officer on the outcome of a formal document such as a writ, summons, etc., issued by a court  
30      (Cards)   a lead of a card in the suit that one's partner has previously led  
31      (Ball games)   the act of playing or throwing a ball back  
32    by return (of post)     (Brit)   by the next post back to the sender  
33    many happy returns (of the day)   a conventional greeting to someone on his or her birthday  
34    the point of no return   the point at which a person's commitment is irrevocable  
35    of, relating to, or characterized by a return  
a return visit, a return performance     
36    denoting a second, reciprocated occasion  
a return match     
     (C14: from Old French retorner; see re-, turn)  

compound annual return  
      n   the total return available from an investment, deposit, etc., when the interest earned is used to augment the capital,   (Abbrev.)    CAR  
day return  
      n   a reduced fare for a journey (by train, etc.) travelling both ways in one day  
earth return  
      n   the return path for an electrical circuit made by connections to earth at each end  
internal rate of return  
      n   an interest rate giving a net present value of zero when applied to the expected cash flow of a project. Its value, compared to the cost of the capital involved, is used to determine the project's viability  
nil return  
      n   a reply of zero to a request for a quantified reply  
point of no return  
1    a point at which an irreversible commitment must be made to an action, progression, etc.  
2    a point in a journey at which, if one continues, supplies will be insufficient for a return to the starting place  
rate of return  
      n     (Finance)   the ratio of the annual income from an investment to the original investment, often expressed as a percentage  
return crease  
      n     (Cricket)   one of two lines marked at right-angles to each bowling crease, from inside which a bowler must deliver the ball  
return ticket  
      n     (Brit)   a ticket entitling a passenger to travel to his destination and back again,   (U.S. and Canadian equivalent)    round-trip ticket  
sale or return   , sale and return  
      n   an arrangement by which a retailer pays only for goods sold, returning those that are unsold to the wholesaler or manufacturer  
tax return  
      n   a declaration of personal income made annually to the tax authorities and used as a basis for assessing an individual's liability for taxation  

Diccionario de inglés definición  




1    come back, come round again, go back, reappear, rebound, recoil, recur, repair, retreat, revert, turn back  
2    carry back, convey, give back, put back, re-establish, reinstate, remit, render, replace, restore, retrocede, send, send back, take back, transmit  
3    give back, pay back, reciprocate, recompense, refund, reimburse, repay, requite  
4    bring in, earn, make, net, repay, yield  
5    answer, come back (with), communicate, rejoin, reply, respond, retort  
6    choose, elect, pick, vote in  
7    announce, arrive at, bring in, come to, deliver, render, report, submit  
8    homecoming, reappearance, rebound, recoil, recrudescence, recurrence, retreat, reversion  
9    re-establishment, reinstatement, replacement, restoration  
10    advantage, benefit, boot     (dialect)   gain, income, interest, proceeds, profit, revenue, takings, yield  
11    compensation, meed     (archaic)   reciprocation, recompense, reimbursement, reparation, repayment, requital, retaliation, reward  
12    account, form, list, report, statement, summary  
13    answer, comeback     (informal)   rejoinder, reply, response, retort, riposte  
,       vb  
1    depart, disappear, go away, leave  
2 & 3    hold, keep, leave, remove, retain  
4    lose  
8    departure, leaving  
9    removal  

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