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Meaning of “transfer fee” in the English Dictionary

"transfer fee" in British English

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transfer feenoun [C]

uk   us   UK
the ​amount of ​money that a ​sportsteampays in ​order to ​buy a new ​player from another ​team: The ​transferfee for Darren Brinkworth was £500,000.
(Definition of transfer fee from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"transfer fee" in Business English

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transfer feenoun [C]

uk   us  
FINANCE a ​payment that you make when you ​move a balance (= the ​amount that you ​owe) from one creditcard to another. You make the ​payment to the issuer (= ​bank, etc.) of the ​card to which you ​move the ​balance: Many ​creditcard issuers ​charge balancetransferfees.
a ​payment to a ​financialorganization when you ​movemoney from one ​investment to another: The ​buildingsocietycharged a £20 ​transferfee if you ​moved your ​money elsewhere.
PROPERTY, STOCK MARKET a ​payment that must be made when you ​buyshares, ​property, etc. from someone else
(Definition of transfer fee from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “transfer fee”
in Chinese (Simplified) 转会费…
in Chinese (Traditional) 轉會費,讓度費…
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