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  • 21 impost — Weight carried or assigned …

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  • 22 impost — im|post Mot Agut Nom masculí …

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  • 23 impost — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun 1. A compulsory contribution, usually of money, that is required for the support of a government: assessment, duty, levy, tariff, tax. See MONEY, PAY, POLITICS. 2. Sports. Something carried physically: burden1, cargo,… …

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  • 24 Impost — Im|pọst 〈m.; Gen.: s, Pl.: en; veraltet〉 Warensteuer [Etym.: zu lat. impositus »auferlegt«, Part. Perf. zu imponere »auferlegen«] …

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  • 25 Impost — Im|post der; [e]s <aus mlat. impostus »Betrug«, eigtl. Part. Perf. von lat. imponere »hintergehen, täuschen«> (veraltet) Warensteuer …

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  • 26 impost — m IV, D. u, Ms. impostoście; lm M. y archit. «kamienny blok albo płyta między głowicą kolumny a sklepieniem lub arkadą, typowy element architektury bizantyjskiej; nasadnik» ‹wł.› …

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  • 27 impost — im·post || ɪmpəʊst n. tax; weight carried by a horse in a race; column supporting an arch (Architecture) …

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  • 28 impost — impost1 [ ɪmpəʊst] noun 1》 a tax or similar compulsory payment. 2》 Horse Racing the weight carried by a horse as a handicap. Origin C16: from Fr., from med. L. impostus, from L. impositus, past participle of imponere (see impose). impost2 [… …

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  • 29 impost — n. Tax, duty, custom, excise, toll, tribute, rate …

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  • 30 impost — ìmpost1 m DEFINICIJA rij. porez na robu ETIMOLOGIJA tal. imposta ← srlat. impostus …

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  • 31 impost — ìmpost2 m DEFINICIJA građ. 1. prijelaz okomitog zida u luk 2. krnja piramida ili kocka iznad kapitela na koju se oslanja svod ili luk; nadglavak, nadglavnik, ležaj ETIMOLOGIJA fr. imposte ← tal. imposta ← lat. impositum …

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  • 32 Impost — A projecting moulding supporting an arch ♦ Upper course of pilaster, pillar or pier, from which an arch springs. (Wood, Margaret. The English Medieval House, 412) …

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  • 33 impost — n tax, taxation, tribute, duty, excise, toll, custom, levy, Brit. rates; customs duty, customs tax, tariff …

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  • 34 impost — im·post …

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  • 35 impost — s ( en, er) bas för valvbåge på pelarkrön …

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  • 36 Impost, Auflage — Impost, Auflage, Auflage, Abgabe für den Verbrauch gewisser Waaren, z. B. des Weines, Bieres etc …

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  • 37 Impost, der — Der Impóst, des es, plur. die en, aus dem mittlern Lat. impostus, von imponere. 1) Eine jede von der Obrigkeit verordnete Auflage, besonders auf bewegliche Güter. Die Waaren mit vielen Imposten beschweren, d.i. Zoll, Accise u.s.f. Ital. imposta,… …

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  • 38 impost block —    In architecture, a stone with the shape of a truncated, inverted pyramid, placed between a capital and the arch that springs from it. In the illustration, the impost blocks appear to be square platforms on top of the columns …

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  • 39 impost block — dosseret. [1900 05] * * * …

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  • 40 impost block — dosseret. [1900 05] …

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