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entrance fee

noun [C]
an amount of money that you pay in order to be allowed into a cinema, theatre, etc.: charge/pay an entrance fee
Translations of “entrance fee”
in Chinese (Traditional) 入場費…
in Chinese (Simplified) 入场费…
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