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cover charge

noun [C, usually singular]
 
 
COMMERCE an amount of money charged by some restaurants in addition to the charge for food and drink, or an amount of money added in a club to pay for the entertainment: There was no cover charge - she just wanted to provide a place for musicians to share their music.
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