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noun [countable] fee pronunciation in British English /fiː/
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pluralfees
  1. 1
    [usually plural] money that you pay to a professional person or institution for their work
    Many doctors have a standard scale of fees.
    Tuition fees at Stanford have now reached £9,000 a year.
    charge/pay fees: It is reported that he will have to pay legal fees of £2,000.
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  2. 2
    an amount of money that you pay to be allowed to do something such as join an organization
    The gallery charges a small entrance fee.
    The annual fee is £5.
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