Meaning of “entrance fee” in the English Dictionary

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"entrance fee" in English

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entrance feenoun [ C ]

uk /ˈen.trəns ˌfiː/ us /ˈen.trəns ˌfiː/

Examples from literature

  • He cheerfully paid his entrance fee with one of the two silver coins in his pocket. 
  • Some of them are free, and others are open only to those who pay an entrance fee. 
  • There will be an entrance fee of ten francs, and everything else will be extra. 
  • Visitors to this hall are charged an entrance fee of twenty-five cents, and are expected to call for refreshments as soon as they enter. 
  • We don't guarantee anything, and there's no entrance fee to the pavilion—all contributions are strictly voluntary. 

(Definition of “entrance fee” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"entrance fee" in Business English

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entrance feenoun [ C ]

uk us

an amount of money that you pay in order to be allowed into a cinema, theatre, etc.:

(Definition of “entrance fee” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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