Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Tariff"

The meaning of "Tariff" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does further tariffs mean?
A: さらなる関税
Q: What does tariffs mean?
A: A tariff is a tax.
Q: What does The tariff was lifted. (A. be removed, no more tarrif B. increase) mean?

Example sentences using "Tariff"

Q: Please show me example sentences with tariff.
A: (tariff is a tax or duty to be paid on a particular class of imports or exports.)
here are some examples:
1 There is a very high tariff on jewelry.
2 A general tariff was imposed on foreign imports.
3 Non EEC countries pay a higher differential tariff.
4 The daily tariff includes accommodation and unlimited use of the pool and gymnasium.
5 A copy of the tariff is placed in each room of the hotel.
6 They set a tariff of 36% on British wool cloth.
Q: Please show me example sentences with tariffs.
A: "The tariff on the car I imported is high, it ended up costing more than I thought."
"There was a tariff on the goods they exported."

Synonyms of "Tariff" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between tariff and custom ?
A: Usually taxes on imported raw materials are called tarriffs and takes on imported finished consumer goods are called duties. "Customs" is the process of having your passport and luggage checked upon arriving in another country, to make sure that you aren't carrying illegal items or invasive species
Q: What is the difference between tariff and tax and customs and duty ?
A: Tax = general collection of money by the government for the public use

Tariff = Custom & Duty

Q: What is the difference between tariffs and import taxes ?
A: I think it both(the same)

Translations of "Tariff"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what dies mean “ratches up tariffs
A: Hi

Ratchets up tariffs means to increase tariffs.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? or tariff naa Karen..hajam nhi hoti
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Other questions about "Tariff"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce tariff.
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Q: What is "stinging tariffs" means?
I encouter this expression in News article, in the following sentence.

An investigation is under way that is expected to conclude that China’s theft of intellectual property has cost American companies around $1trn; stinging tariffs may follow.

Does it means, if the theft of intellectual property were not happened, US could have get tariff?? Thanks for your help.
A: Countries can use tariffs for any reason. It does not matter whether there has been theft of intellectual property.

In this case, the current US administration says that China has stolen intellectual property, and has cost the US about $1 trillion. Because of this, they want to use tariffs against China as a punishment.
Q: What is the tariff fine paid in the sea port for keeping the imports a few overnights. I remember the noun starts with a "d".
A: duty - is the only word I can think of.
Q: The tariffs in Japan against Chinese products are gradually rising. Does this sound natural?
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