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増税, ぞうぜい

  • zōzei


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • tax increase

Examples of 増税,ぞうぜい in a Sentence

Most Japanese opposed a tax increase.
The LDP brought out a bill to raise taxes, but they met with such violent opposition that they backed down.
The tax increases affected our lives greatly.
The voters won't put up for a tax hike.
He clinched the election when he came out against a tax increase.

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