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"fee" in British English

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feenoun [C]

uk   /fiː/ us   /fiː/
B1 an amount of money paid for a particular piece of work or for a particular right or service: legal fees university fees an entrance/registration fee We couldn't pay the lawyer's fee.

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

"fee" in American English

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feenoun [C]

us   /fi/
an amount of money charged for a service or for the use of something: an admission fee The doctor’s usual fee is $125.
(Definition of fee from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"fee" in Business English

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feenoun [C]

uk   /fiː/ us   FINANCE
an amount of money paid for a particular piece of work or for a particular right or service: agree/charge/collect, etc. a fee He's good, but he charges huge fees.a fee of £50/$20 million/100 euros, etc. The two clubs agreed a fee of £50 million for the player.pay £1000/$20,000/90 euros, etc. in fees The airline paid $130 million in fees to advisers.cut/increase/put up, etc. fees The bank has cut its admin fees to attract new customers.fee on sth The credit-card company collects a fee on every transaction.fee for (doing) sth Some banks charge a fee for using other banks' cash machines. An agency will advise you for a fee. annual/monthly fees administrative/consulting/legal, etc. fees
(Definition of fee from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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