fee


fee
noun
ADJECTIVE
exorbitant, fat (informal), hefty, high, huge, large, substantial

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

low, modest, nominal, reasonable, small

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

Their fees 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 fee, to this address.

additional, extra, top-up (BrE)

There is no additional fee for this insurance cover.

university top-up fees

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

We will be taking active steps to collect the outstanding fees.

upfront
annual, hourly, monthly, yearly
one-off (BrE), one-time (AmE)
enrolment/enrollment, initiation (AmE)

a $1 200 initiation fee

attorney (AmE), court, filing (AmE), legal
consultancy (esp. BrE), consulting (esp. AmE), contingency, management, professional

the professional fees of the lawyers and accountants involved

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

a £30 membership fee

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 fees to overseas students.

incur

Employees are reimbursed for any legal fees incurred when they relocate.

pay
collect, command, earn, generate, receive

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

waive

He agreed to waive his usual fee.

refund, reimburse
increase, raise
lower, reduce
agree (BrE), negotiate

She negotiated a fee of $1 800 a week.

set

Freelance writers often set their own fees.

cover

You'll need money to cover fees and expenses.

afford
FEE + VERB
be due, be payable

All fees are payable when the invoice is issued.

apply

Additional security fees apply.

cover sth, include sth

The fee includes the cost of testing the electric wiring.

go up, increase, rise

The admission fee has gone up.

FEE + NOUN
income, revenue

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

payment
schedule (AmE)
structure
increase
PREPOSITION
for a fee

For a small fee, anyone can use these facilities.

fee for

We now charge a fee for museum entrance.

fee on

the administrative fees on the pension scheme


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  • FEE — steht für Fédération des Experts Comptables Européens, Interessenvertretung der Wirtschaftsprüfer in Europa FEE (Band), Vertreter der Neuen Deutschen Welle Fördergesellschaft Erneuerbare Energien e.V., Vereins zur Wissensverbreitung über… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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