Meaning of FEE in English

FEE

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ exorbitant , fat ( informal ), hefty , high , huge , large , substantial

I expect you had to pay a fat ~ to your divorce lawyers.

▪ low , modest , nominal , reasonable , small

We had to pay a nominal ~ to join the club.

Their ~s are reasonable.

▪ fixed , flat , set

Many tax advisers now offer fixed-fee interviews.

▪ full

▪ reduced

▪ normal , standard , usual

▪ appropriate

Send the form, together with the appropriate ~, to this address.

▪ additional , extra , top-up ( BrE )

There is no additional ~ for this insurance cover.

university top-up ~s

▪ late ( esp. AmE ), outstanding ( esp. BrE ), unpaid ( esp. BrE )

We will be taking active steps to collect the outstanding ~s.

▪ upfront

▪ annual , hourly , monthly , yearly

▪ one-off ( BrE ), one-time ( AmE )

▪ enrolment/enrollment , initiation ( AmE )

a $1 200 initiation ~

▪ attorney ( AmE ), court , filing ( AmE ), legal

▪ consultancy ( esp. BrE ), consulting ( esp. AmE ), contingency , management , professional

the professional ~s of the lawyers and accountants involved

▪ admission , entrance , entry , joining ( esp. BrE ), membership , subscription

a £30 membership ~

▪ user

▪ administration ( esp. AmE ), administrative ( esp. AmE ), application , arrangement ( BrE ), booking ( BrE ), cancellation , franchise ( esp. AmE ), handling , licence/license , licensing , processing , referral , registration , royalty , service ( esp. AmE ), set-up , transaction

▪ college ( BrE ), course ( BrE ), school ( BrE ), student , tuition

▪ rental

▪ maintenance ( esp. AmE )

▪ parking

▪ transfer (= charges paid by a sports team buying a player from another team) ( BrE )

▪ green ( BrE ), greens (= a charge to use a golf course) ( AmE )

VERB + FEE

▪ charge , impose

They charge higher ~s to overseas students.

▪ incur

Employees are reimbursed for any legal ~s incurred when they relocate.

▪ pay

▪ collect , command , earn , generate , receive

The company will earn a ~ for every barrel of oil produced.

▪ waive

He agreed to waive his usual ~.

▪ refund , reimburse

▪ increase , raise

▪ lower , reduce

▪ agree ( BrE ), negotiate

She negotiated a ~ of $1 800 a week.

▪ set

Freelance writers often set their own ~s.

▪ cover

You'll need money to cover ~s and expenses.

▪ afford

FEE + VERB

▪ be due , be payable

All ~s are payable when the invoice is issued.

▪ apply

Additional security ~s apply.

▪ cover sth , include sth

The ~ includes the cost of testing the electric wiring.

▪ go up , increase , rise

The admission ~ has gone up.

FEE + NOUN

▪ income , revenue

The company's consultancy ~ income rose by 3% last year.

▪ payment

▪ schedule ( AmE )

▪ structure

▪ increase

PREPOSITION

▪ for a ~

For a small ~, anyone can use these facilities.

▪ ~ for

We now charge a ~ for museum entrance.

▪ ~ on

the administrative ~s on the pension scheme

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