Word: capitation

Category: capitation

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Related words: capitation

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Translations: capitation

spanish
capitación, de capitación, la capitación, per cápita, por capitación


german
zahlung

french
la capitation, par capitation, de capitation

italian
testatico, capitazione, captazione, capitaria

portuguese
capitação, captação, de capitação, de captação, captação de

dutch
hoofdelijke, bedrag per, bedrag per patiënt

russian
исчисление

swedish
kapitationsbasis, taxa, enhetstaxa, capita

finnish
henkivero

czech
kapitační, kapitace

polish
pogłówne, kapitacyjna

hungarian
fejpénz, normatív, fejkvóta, fejkvótás, fejkvótát

turkish
kişi başına düşen, cizye, kişi başı, kişi başına

greek
κεφαλικός φόρος, κατά κεφαλή, κατά κεφαλήν, δηλωμένων ασθενών, κεφαλή τέλος

ukrainian
подушний податок, подушну подати

albanian
tatim për frymë, frymë, kokë banori, për kokë banori, bazën e numrit të

bulgarian
еднакъв данък за всички лица, капитация, еднакъв данък, еднакъв данък за, данък за

belarusian
подушный, падушны, падушнага

estonian
pearaha, pea- raha, a pea- raha, pearahapõhist, a pea-

croatian
oporezivanje po glavi, brojanje glava, glavarina, stanovniku, glavarine

lithuanian
pagalvė, Pogłówne, pagalvės mokestis, Galvasnauda

latvian
aplikšana ar nodokļiem, kapitācijas

macedonian
капитација, капитацијата, капитацискиот, на капитација, по глава

romanian
capitație, capita, per capita, capitatie, de capitație

slovenian
Obdavčenje

slovak
kapitační

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The meaning and "use of": capitation

noun
  • the payment of a fee or grant to a doctor, school, or other person or body providing services to a number of people, such that the amount paid is determined by the number of patients, students, or customers.

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