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dues

noun [plural]
 
 
/djuːz/
the payments that someone makes in order to belong to an organization: association/club/union dues The law guarantees that no worker can be forced to join a union, or pay union dues, to get or keep a job. annual/monthly/quarterly dues The organization's largest revenue source is membership dues, and members currently pay $49 a year.
( also harbour dues) TRANSPORT the payments a ship owner makes for using a port: Dues for entering the port are calculated based upon the registered net tonnage of the vessel.
UK ( US back orders) COMMERCE orders for products that are not available at the time of the order: They are not currently recording dues, so there's no point in ordering things that are out of stock.
Translations of “dues”
in Russian взнос…
in Turkish üyelik aidatı…
in Polish składka, opłata…
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