customs

customs
['kʌstəmz]
nome + verbo sing. o pl. (authority, place) dogana f.

at customs — alla dogana

to go through customs — passare la dogana

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noun plural
1) ((the government department that collects) taxes paid on goods coming into a country: Did you have to pay customs on those watches?; He works for the customs; (also adjective) customs duty.) diritti doganali
2) (the place at a port etc where these taxes are collected: I was searched when I came through customs at the airport.) dogana
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customs /ˈkʌstəmz/
A n. (dog.)
1 [u] dogana: to clear customs, passare la dogana; to clear through customs, sdoganare, sdaziare (merci, bagagli, ecc.); at the French customs, alla dogana francese
2 (al pl.) diritti (o dazi) doganali; dogana (sing.) (fam.): You don't have to pay any customs on these goods, su queste merci non si paga dogana
B a. attr.
(dog.) doganale; di (o della) dogana: customs charges, diritti doganali; spese di dogana; customs controls, controlli doganali; customs declaration, dichiarazione doganale; customs duties, dazi (o diritti) doganali; customs formalities, formalità di dogana; customs invoice, fattura doganale; customs surveyor, ispettore di dogana; customs station, posto di dogana
● (in GB, fino al 2005) Customs and Excise = HM Revenue and Customs ► sotto □ customs and excise duties, dazi interni ed esteri □ (trasp.) customs agent, spedizioniere doganale □ (comm. est.) customs barriers, barriere doganali □ customs bill of entry, (dog.) bolla (o bolletta) doganale; (naut., in GB) lista delle navi in arrivo e in partenza □ customs bond, cauzione doganale □ (trasp.) customs broker, spedizioniere accreditato □ customs clearance, sdoganamento; sdaziamento □ customs drawback, dazio di ritorno □ customs entry, dichiarazione doganale □ customs examination, visita (o ispezione) doganale □ (fisc.) customs-free, esente da dazio, in franchigia doganale □ customs guard, doganiere □ customs house, edificio (o ufficio) della dogana; dogana □ customs inspection = customs examination ► sopra □ customs officer, funzionario della dogana; doganiere □ (trasp.) customs permit, bolletta di transito □ customs specification, distinta doganale □ customs square, piazzale della dogana □ customs store, magazzino doganale □ customs tariff, tariffa doganale □ (comm. est., econ.) customs union, unione doganale □ customs warehouse, magazzino doganale; deposito (o punto) franco □ customs warrant, buono di prelievo (dal magazzino doganale); nota di trasbordo □ (in GB, dal 2005) HM Revenue and Customs, Ufficio delle imposte indirette.
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['kʌstəmz]
nome + verbo sing. o pl. (authority, place) dogana f.

at customs — alla dogana

to go through customs — passare la dogana


English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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