Translation of surcharge in Spanish:

surcharge

recargo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsəːtʃɑːdʒ//ˈsərˌtʃɑrdʒ/

noun

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    recargo masculine
    to impose a surcharge on sth aplicar un recargo a algo
    • import surcharge sobretasa de importación
    • The reduction in dividend tax and removal of surcharge on tax are welcome measures for manufacturing industries.
    • We use the surcharge to encourage faster payments, and it works.
    • If the tax payment is still not made by 28 February, an additional surcharge of 5% on the outstanding balance is imposed.
    • Up to that point the company had been adding a 7 percent fuel surcharge to cover the additional costs.
    • The airlines introduced passenger fuel surcharges in May to help neutralise what were then record fuel prices.
    • If you're caught, your insurance surcharge will be much higher.
    • The abolition of any tax is invariably a good thing and the abolition of an evil surcharge on superannuation retirement income funds is by definition an excellent decision.
    • However, the pricing structure will remain unchanged as Barclays will not levy any surcharge.
    • However, many virtual banks reimburse customers for ATM surcharges incurred, so you can make free withdrawals almost anywhere.
    • If the 10 per cent surcharge is added, the effective rate will be 27.5 per cent.
    • I was saying though, that if you increase the Medicare surcharge, the government is able to increase rebates.
    • The first part introduced a tax surcharge to induce high-income earners to purchase private health insurance.
    • An additional delivery surcharge (if applicable) is shown in parentheses next to the price.
    • All prices are fully inclusive of taxes and the insurance surcharge.
    • Road tax will be abolished and the loss of revenue will be compensated for with an additional surcharge on fuel.
    • Again, I never bid on an item that only has Paypal payment and a hefty surcharge.
    • Clients who want all organic meat and vegetables can expect to pay a surcharge.
    • Late payment surcharges will be applied in accordance with Section 3.1 of the Student Fee Regulations.
    • Low-cost carriers are also about to increase surcharges.
    • Plans for a £5 surcharge on speeding tickets to fund victim support services came under fire last night.

transitive verb

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    (person) aplicar un recargo a
    you may be surcharged tal vez le apliquen un recargo
    • the parcel was surcharged hubo que pagar un recargo por el paquete
    • The fall in interest rates has masked evidence that lenders are continuing to surcharge borrowers in the Republic.
    • One wonders whether those who made the decision, and who have now revoked the plan, ought not to be surcharged.
    • Why is it surcharging people who are forced to use the Park & Ride?
    • We can't take any more cuts in profit and will have to surcharge our customers.
    • They should give us a rebate for not needing the NHS, not surcharge us for relieving them of their responsibilities!
    • Empire may deny it surcharged smokers enough to cover anticipated costs.
    • If the auditor finds against officers and councillors involved in the failed theme park deal, he could surcharge them for wasting tax-payers' money.
    • If businesses can surcharge, then they might be able to maneuver their customers into paying more, or they might be able to make more money off people who would otherwise use out-of-state checks.
    • The proposal is doubly unfair, in that the same parents who would now be surcharged have already contributed disproportionately to the university system through their taxes.
    • If a court were to determine that the litigation was not likely to provide a benefit to the trust, the court might surcharge the trustee for all attorney fees.
    • Unless the councillors who precipitated this unwise move are to be surcharged, and I doubt this will be the case, the rate-payers will be expected to foot the bill for the separation.
    • Then the district auditor surcharged councillors for overspending, including ‘excessive’ wages to council employees.