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fee

noun [C]
 
 
/fiː/
B1 an amount of money that you pay to do something, to use something, or to get a service: an entrance fee university fees We couldn't afford to pay the lawyer's fee.Costs and expenses
Translations of “fee”
in Arabic رُسوم…
in Korean 수수료, 요금…
in Malaysian bayaran…
in French honoraires, droit, frais (de scolarité)…
in Turkish ücret…
in Italian onorario, parcella, tassa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 報酬, 服務費, 費用…
in Russian плата, гонорар…
in Polish opłata, honorarium…
in Vietnamese tiền thù lao…
in Spanish honorarios, matrícula…
in Portuguese honorário, taxa…
in Thai ค่าธรรมเนียม…
in German die Gebühr…
in Catalan honorari, quota, taxa…
in Japanese 料金, 授業料…
in Indonesian biaya…
in Chinese (Simplified) 报酬, 服务费, 费用…
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