Definition of 'fee'
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The reasons why the resale value can be so poor include high exit fees and service charges. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You will not be charged exit fees if you decide to go with a different supplier. Times, Sunday Times (2016)So how much might this fee be? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Why are parasite lawyers opening old wounds and costing the country millions in legal fees? The Sun (2016)Why do we pay our licence fee each year for the same films and programmes? The Sun (2016)This could mean that money put aside to pay for university fees or mortgage deposits could be squandered on holidays. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In return the company takes 9 per cent of annual management services fees. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There was acclaim for the clampdown on letting agents' fees. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The proposals envisage that Britons could pay an annual membership fee into the Brussels budget. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You will still have to pay solicitor 's fees and stamp duty, as with buying a home outright. Times, Sunday Times (2017)It was licence fee money well spent. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Fees for these services usually depend on the size and number of deals overseen for a client. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The firm will also pay exit fees from previous suppliers. The Sun (2016)The new annual fees could be in place in three months. The Sun (2007)Others may charge you a fee that will be discounted if you decide to engage them further. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Investment firms are clamping down on managers producing poor returns amid growing pressure to justify high fees. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The legal fees amounted to a few thousand dollars or so. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Your legal fees will be covered in such cases. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Its licence fee should be cut and its online services offered for a subscription. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He has cut costs to the point where they are running well below income from management fees. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Its proposals include a new fee structure and increased protection for vulnerable people. Times, Sunday Times (2012)There are numerous scholarships offering anything up to full fee payments. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Most lenders will allow you to split your loan and pay arrangement fees at least once. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Note that both cards come with an annual fee. The Sun (2015)Explain what you want and check their fees or charges. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There may also be a different fee on the money transfer element than the advertised balance transfer fee. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Experts say that prepaid cards provide much cheaper fees than credit cards and allow holidaymakers to avoid paying exchange fees. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Some charge a monthly service fee. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Investors in these funds are paying higher fees for active management while their funds barely differ from the index they are tracking. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It said you would need a balance of less than 70 to trigger the minimum interest fee. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It seems strange that many clubs will pay the agent 's fee for their players. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Until 2012 students not only paid far less in fees but interest was capped at inflation or less. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Most complaints are from tenants, but some come from landlords in dispute with their hired agents over fees or services. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It will pay for solicitor 's fees and potential loss of earnings if you need to take time off work to sort things out. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'fee'
British English: fee /fiː/ NOUN
A fee is a sum of money that you pay to be allowed to do something.
We paid the small entrance fee and drove inside.
- American English: fee
- Arabic: أُجْرَة رسم
- Brazilian Portuguese: taxa
- Chinese: 费
- Croatian: pristojba
- Czech: poplatek
- Danish: gebyr
- Dutch: kosten
- European Spanish: precio
- Finnish: maksu
- French: frais inscription
- German: Gebühr
- Greek: αμοιβή
- Italian: tariffa
- Japanese: 料金
- Korean: 요금
- Norwegian: gebyr
- Polish: opłata
- European Portuguese: taxa
- Romanian: taxă
- Russian: вознаграждение
- Spanish: honorarios
- Swedish: avgift
- Thai: ค่าธรรมเนียม
- Turkish: ücret
- Ukrainian: платня
- Vietnamese: lệ phí
Definition of fee from the Collins English Dictionary
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