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Impost vs Custom - What's the difference?

impost | custom | Synonyms |

Impost is a synonym of custom.


As nouns the difference between impost and custom

is that impost is a tax, tariff or duty that is imposed, especially on merchandise or impost can be the top part of a column or pillar that supports an arch while custom is frequent repetition of the same behavior; way of behavior common to many; ordinary manner; habitual practice; usage; method of doing, living or behaving.

As an adjective custom is

made in a different way from usual, specially to fit one's needs.

As a verb custom is

(obsolete|transitive) to make familiar; to accustom.

Impost vs Rate - What's the difference?

impost | rate | Related terms |

Impost is a related term of rate.


As nouns the difference between impost and rate

is that impost is a tax, tariff or duty that is imposed, especially on merchandise or impost can be the top part of a column or pillar that supports an arch while rate is rot (process of something decaying or rotting ).

Impost vs Exaction - What's the difference?

impost | exaction | Related terms |

Impost is a related term of exaction.


As nouns the difference between impost and exaction

is that impost is a tax, tariff or duty that is imposed, especially on merchandise or impost can be the top part of a column or pillar that supports an arch while exaction is the act of demanding with authority, and compelling to pay or yield; compulsion to give or furnish; a levying by force; a driving to compliance; as, the exaction to tribute or of obedience; hence, extortion.

Impost - What does it mean?

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Impost vs Tribute - What's the difference?

impost | tribute | Related terms |

Impost is a related term of tribute.


As a noun impost

is a tax, tariff or duty that is imposed, especially on merchandise or impost can be the top part of a column or pillar that supports an arch.

As a verb tribute is

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Impost vs Dues - What's the difference?

impost | dues | Related terms |

Impost is a related term of dues.


As nouns the difference between impost and dues

is that impost is a tax, tariff or duty that is imposed, especially on merchandise or impost can be the top part of a column or pillar that supports an arch while dues is .

Assessment vs Impost - What's the difference?

assessment | impost | Synonyms |

Assessment is a synonym of impost.


As nouns the difference between assessment and impost

is that assessment is the act of assessing or an amount (of tax, levy or duty etc) assessed while impost is a tax, tariff or duty that is imposed, especially on merchandise or impost can be the top part of a column or pillar that supports an arch.

Impost vs Fine - What's the difference?

impost | fine | Related terms |

Impost is a related term of fine.


As a noun impost

is a tax, tariff or duty that is imposed, especially on merchandise or impost can be the top part of a column or pillar that supports an arch.

As a verb fine is

.

Impost vs Fee - What's the difference?

impost | fee | Related terms |

Impost is a related term of fee.


As nouns the difference between impost and fee

is that impost is a tax, tariff or duty that is imposed, especially on merchandise or impost can be the top part of a column or pillar that supports an arch while fee is .

Impost vs Inconvenience - What's the difference?

impost | inconvenience |


As nouns the difference between impost and inconvenience

is that impost is a tax, tariff or duty that is imposed, especially on merchandise or impost can be the top part of a column or pillar that supports an arch while inconvenience is the quality of being inconvenient.

As a verb inconvenience is

to bother; to discomfort.

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