road tax

road tax
road tax noun
Vehicle excise duty
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road tax UK US noun [uncountable]
money that people in the UK must pay if they want to drive their vehicles on public roads
Thesaurus: types of tax and taxationhyponym

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ˈroad tax [road tax road taxes] noun uncountable
(in Britain) a tax that sb who owns a car must pay to drive on the roads

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