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sales feenoun [C]

uk   us  
(also sales load) FINANCE a charge that you pay when you buy or sell shares in an investment company: charge/pay a sales fee Buyers must pay a sales fee of 5%, even if they buy the fund directly from us.
COMMERCE money that a person or business charges a company when they sell products or services for them: These travel sites typically charge airlines a $10 sales fee.
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