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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

To determine the amount of and impose (as a tax, charge, or fine) according to an established rate or apportionment. (past tense)

Usage examples (33)
  • It is possible there may have been many more of the name assessed; but some of the
  • Real estate taxes are up locally because of significant increases in assessed real property values in recent years.
  • You are taxed on the lesser of the two, which is called the assessed value.
  • Is there a special tax or penalty assessed, which is the case in Massachusetts? for more
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