In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1tax dodger — evasor de impuestos masculine
- fare dodger — persona que intenta viajar sin pagar en un medio de transporte público
- Fare dodgers who refuse to pay the initial fine usually have to fork out around £120.
- The dodgers need to know that they will be caught.
- A record number of 448,000 licence dodgers were caught throughout the UK during the year.
- Between 30 and 35 fee dodgers are caught in York every week.
- Tram bosses clamping down on fare dodgers are now sending 240 to court every week.
- Putting a world-class tax dodger at the controls of our sputtering economy has all the makings of a world-class train wreck.
- Road tax dodgers face fines of up to £1, 000, or five times the 12-month rate of duty if this is a greater amount.
- The crackdown on TV licence dodgers has caused something of a fuss in York recently.
- It's desperately sad that his parents never knew what became of their artful dodger.
- Terrorists cannot be dealt with by the same legal system as TV licence dodgers.
- While it remains, the authorities should do all they can to make the dodgers pay.
- A campaign to recover millions of pounds from fine dodgers hots up this week.
- Road tax dodgers are being targeted in a new campaign to rid the streets of illegal cars.
- No wonder some suggest the checks are put there as a Revenue ploy to catch tax dodgers.
- Rising ticket prices had been blamed on fare dodgers in the past.
- These are the people who gave tax breaks to every tax dodger in the country when they brought in the amnesty in 1993.
- Some tax dodgers could even face a maximum penalty of £1,000 if they are taken to court in a clampdown on unlicensed cars.
- School dodgers are facing a serious crackdown in September as more than 50 truancy officers are ready to tackle the growing problem.
- Similar crackdowns on fine dodgers have been staged this week throughout West Yorkshire.
- I mean, there's worse things you can be than a draft dodger.
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