feenoun [ C ]uk /fiː/ us /fiː/
We couldn't pay the lawyer's fee.
- The entrance fee is six pounds, two pounds for the unwaged.
- Someone proposed a motion to increase the membership fee to £500 a year.
- The students are holding a demonstration to protest against the increase in their fees.
- It was something of a hollow victory - she won the case but lost all her savings in legal fees.
- For a nominal fee, they will deliver orders to customers' homes.