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tariffs, plural;
  1. Fix the price of (something) according to a tariff
    • - these services are tariffed by volume
  1. A tax or duty to be paid on a particular class of imports or exports

  2. A list of these taxes

  3. A table of the fixed charges made by a business, esp. in a hotel or restaurant

  1. charge a tariff; "tariff imported goods"
  2. duty: a government tax on imports or exports; "they signed a treaty to lower duties on trade between their countries"
  3. A tariff (from the Arabic تعريفة, transliterated taʿrīfah, "notification"; derived from the verb ʿarrafa, "to announce, inform") is a tax levied on imports or exports.
  4. In England and Wales, life imprisonment is a sentence which lasts until the death of the prisoner, although in most cases the prisoner will be eligible for parole (officially termed "early release") after a fixed period set by the judge. ...
  5. (Tariffing) A telecommunications tariff is an open contract between a telecommunications service provider and the public, filed with a regulating body such as a Public Utilities Commission. ...
  6. a system of government-imposed duties levied on imported or exported goods; a list of such duties, or the duties themselves; a schedule of rates, fees or prices; a sentence determined according to a scale of standard penalties for certain categories of crime; to levy a duty on (something)
  7. (TARIFFS) Taxes placed on foreign goods coming into the United States
  8. (Tariffs) A tax that governments place on imports. They are an important source of income for governments. ««
  9. (Tariffs) Price structures for communication facilities set forth by federal or local governments, intended to allow telephone companies (LATA, see local access transport area, above) a fair rate of return on their capital investments.
  10. (Tariffs) These are groups of Rates. Sometimes they are called Price Lists.
  11. Average water tariffs range from US$0.06 to US$0.10/m3, which are among the lowest in the world. The Kingdom has an increasing block tariff structure, but the majority of the consumers fall in the first two blocks where water charges are minimal. ...
  12. The documents filed by a carrier describing their services and the payments to be charged for such services.
  13. The carrier's provisions, including rates, for services performed during the course of moving a shipment.
  14. The tariff governs the carrier’s rates, rules and charges concerning your shipment. The carrier must furnish a copy of the tariff to the customer upon request.
  15. A public document filed with the FCC or a PUC that outlines services and rates. Usually, all customers are offered the same rate for a specific service, based on published constraints.
  16. A tax assessed by a government on goods entering or leaving a country. The term is also used in transportation in reference to the fees and rules applied by a carrier for its services.
  17. A document, approved by the responsible regulatory agency, listing the terms and conditions, including a schedule of prices, under which utility services will be provided.
  18. A fee that a government charges to the importer of a foreign good. Tariffs are passed along to the consumer through higher prices on imported goods.
  19. A general term for any listing of rates or charges. The tariffs most frequently encountered in foreign trade are: tariffs of international transportation companies operating on sea, land, and in the air; tariffs of international cable, radio, and telephone companies; and the customs tariffs of ...
  20. Usage fees charged for any given service.
  21. the mover's required, published price list of rules, regulations, rates and charges for the performance of interstate moving services.
  22. Tariff barriers are taxes imposed on commodity imports based either on the value of the good or on a fixed price per unit. The tariff is usually levied by a national government when the imports cross its customs boundary. ...
  23. A duty (or tax) levied on goods transported from one customs area to another. Tariffs raise the prices of imported goods, thus making them less competitive within the market of the importing country.
  24. A publication setting forth the charges, rates and rules of transportation companies.
  25. Documents filed by a regulated telephone company with a state public utility commission (PUC) or the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Document details services, equipment and pricing publicly offered by the telephone company.