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luxury tax

noun
1.
a tax on certain goods or services not considered essential and usually relatively high in price.
Origin
1900-1905
1900-05
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  • The luxury tax on yachts proved that once and for all.
  • The last four league champions have all paid luxury tax.
  • The burden is getting lighter: the federal luxury tax on cars will be eliminated at the end of the year.

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