Synonyms of tax in English:

tax


See definition of tax

noun

1‘they will have to pay tax on interest earned by savings’

SYNONYMS
levy, tariff, duty, toll, excise, impost, contribution, assessment, tribute, tithe, charge, fee
liability
customs, dues
Scottish, Irish, Indian cess
ANTONYMS

rebate

2‘a heavy tax on the reader's attention’

SYNONYMS
burden, load, weight, encumbrance, demand, strain, pressure, stress, drain, imposition
responsibility, duty, onus, obligation, care, worry

verb

1‘the president pledged to tax foreign companies more harshly’

SYNONYMS
levy a tax on, impose a toll on, charge duty on, exact a tax on, demand a tax on
assess, charge, tithe
rare mulct

2‘Basil's constant whining and struggling was taxing her strength’

SYNONYMS
strain, stretch, put a strain on, make demands on, weigh heavily on, weigh down
burden, load, overload, encumber, push, push too far
overwhelm, try, task, wear out, exhaust, sap, drain, empty, enervate, fatigue, tire, weary, weaken, overwork

3‘Curzon taxed him with starting a revolution’

SYNONYMS
confront, accuse, call to account, charge, blame, censure, condemn, denounce
prosecute, bring charges against, indict, arraign, incriminate
North American impeach
informal point the finger at
ANTONYMS

clear, exonerate