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licence fee (ˈlaɪsəns fiː) 

Definitions

noun

  1. (television) an annual fee paid by television users in the UK

Example Sentences Including 'licence fee'

It is assumed that a hefty licence fee will be charged by the IRA for commencing the broking business.
Business Today (1999)
Key Figures The BBC budget from the licence fee is around £2.1 billion a year.
Corporate Research Foundation TOP MARKETING AND MEDIA COMPANIES IN THE UK (2002)
The BBC's performance has prompted calls for an abolition of the licence fee completely.
Sun, News of the World (2000)
The alternative, a digital licence fee , will anger media firms which have spent cash on the technology.
Sun, News of the World (2000)
The decision not to factor in a licence fee increase seems a little odd.
Irish Times (2002)
The only thing that hasn't been delivered on is the licence fee.
Irish Times (2002)
Well now, let me see, that's... watching the television is it not, och the licence fee covers that, man.
Adair, Tom (Intro) Three Kinds of Kissing - Scottish Short Stories

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