cess definition

  • noun:
    • Irish chance.
    • An assessed tax.
    • Luck
    • the location along either part of a railroad track that is kept at a lower level versus sleeper bottom, to supply drainage.
    • A rate or income tax.
    • Bound; measure.
    • A rate or income tax; a public- imposition.
    • In Scotland, the land-tax; a permanent taxation fixed at £47,954 per year, is levied from the land-rent of Scotland permanently, subject, however, to an electrical of redemption.
    • Estimation; measure.
    • Luck: utilized mainly within the imprecation bad cess to you (it, all of them, etc.).
    • Irish Luck.
    • An assessed taxation.
    • chance
    • the region along either part of a railroad track that will be held at a reduced amount compared to sleeper bottom, in order to supply drainage.
    • A rate or tax.
    • Bound; measure.
    • A rate or tax; a public- imposition.
    • In Scotland, the land-tax; a permanent tax fixed at £47,954 yearly, to be levied out of the land-rent of Scotland permanently, topic, however, to a power of redemption.
    • Estimation; measure.
    • Luck: made use of chiefly into the imprecation bad cess to you (it, them, etc.).
  • verb:
    • To levy a cess.
    • To levy a cess.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To rate; to taxation; to assess.
    • To rate; to taxation; to assess.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To stop; to neglect.
    • To cease; to neglect.
  • others:
    • To cease.
    • To ignore a legal task.
    • To impose a tax upon; assess.
    • To stop.
    • To neglect a legal task.
    • To enforce a tax upon; assess.

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