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duesplural noun

 us   /duz/
the ​officialpayments you make to an ​organization that you ​belong to: Members of the ​clubpay $50 in ​annual dues.
(Definition of dues from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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duesnoun [plural]

uk   us   /djuːz/
the ​payments that someone makes in ​order to belong to an ​organization: association/club/union dues The ​lawguarantees that no ​worker can be ​forced to ​join a ​union, or ​payunion dues, to get or ​keep a ​job. annual/monthly/​quarterly dues The organization's largest ​revenuesource is membership dues, and ​memberscurrentlypay $49 a ​year.
(also harbour dues) TRANSPORT the ​payments a ​shipowner makes for using a ​port: Dues for ​entering the ​port are ​calculatedbased upon the ​registerednettonnage of the ​vessel.
UK ( US back orders) COMMERCE orders for ​products that are not ​available at the ​time of the ​order: They are not ​currentlyrecording dues, so there's no ​point in ​ordering things that are out of ​stock.
(Definition of dues from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “dues”
in Turkish üyelik aidatı…
in Russian взнос…
in Polish składka, opłata…
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