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fee /fiː/ noun [countable]

پای مزد ، حق الزحمه ، پردازه ، پردازانه ، اجرت ، پاداش ، پول ، شهریه ، اجاره کردن ، دستمزد دادن به ، اجیر کردن ، قانون ـ فقه: ورودیه ، بازرگانی: حق الزحمه ، بهای واحد
مهندسی صنایع: مالی: حق الزحمت

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

Synonyms: charge, bill, payment, remuneration, toll
Related Words: consideration, charge, cost, expense, price
English Thesaurus: cost, price, value, charge, fee, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

fee S3 W3 AC /fiː/ noun [countable]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: , fief, from Medieval Latin feudum; feudal]
an amount of money that you pay to do something or that you pay to a professional person for their work:
You can use the gym and pool for a fee of £35 a month.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. 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 quite reasonable.
fixed, flat, set Many tax advisers now offer fixed fee interviews.
full | concessionary, reduced | normal, standard, usual | appropriate Send the form, together with the appropriate fee, to the Land Registry.
additional, extra, top-up There is no additional fee or paperwork for this insurance cover.
outstanding, unpaid We will be taking active steps to collect the outstanding fees.
annual, hourly, monthly | court, legal | consultancy, professional the professional fees of the solicitors and accountants involved
admission, entrance, entry, joining, membership, subscription a £30 membership fee
administration, arrangement, booking, cancellation, handling, licence, registration | college, course, school, student, tuition | transfer (= charges paid by a football club ‘buying’ a player from another team) | green (= a charge to use a golf course)
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 | waive He agreed to waive his usual fee.
refund, reimburse | increase, reduce | agree, negotiate She negotiated a fee of $1,800 a week.
cover You'll need money to cover fees and expenses.
FEE + VERB be due, be payable All fees are payable when the invoice is issued.
cover sth, include sth The fee includes the cost of testing the electric wiring.
go up The admission fee has gone up.
FEE + NOUN income The firm's consultancy fee income rose by 3% last year.
PREP. for a ~ For a small fee, anyone can use these facilities.
~ for We now charge a fee for museum entrance.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


Some companies will sell the items for you, for a small fee.
The school fees are extremely high.
a hefty/fat fee informal (=a very large fee)
Customers are being charged a hefty fee for their telephone service.
an annual/a monthly fee
An annual fee of £150 has been introduced.
an entrance/entry fee (=a fee to enter a place)
The gallery charges an entrance fee.
a membership fee (=a fee to become a member of a club or organization)
The gym’s yearly membership fee is £250.
a subscription fee (=a fee to receive copies of a newspaper or magazine)
You can pay the subscription fee by cheque.
school/college/university fees
She paid for her college fees by taking a part-time job as a waitress.
tuition fees (=money paid for being taught)
Many universities now charge tuition fees for these courses.
doctor’s/lawyer’s/accountant’s etc fees
We need to find the money for the doctor’s fees somehow.
legal/medical fees
She received £300 compensation after legal fees had been deducted.
a flat/fixed/set fee (=a fee that is the same in every case)
You pay a flat fee for all the services that are provided.
a booking fee (also a service fee American English) (=a charge you pay when buying a ticket)
Tickets for the concert are £45, plus a booking fee.
a cancellation fee (=a charge for ending an agreement you have made to travel on a train, stay at a hotel etc)
A 10% cancellation fee will be charged if the booking is cancelled.
a licence fee British English (=the money a television licence costs)
The licence fee is set to rise again.
charge a fee
The accountant charged a big fee for his services.
pay a fee
You have to pay a small fee to rent a locker.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: I didn't know that there would be a delivery fee.
GOOD: I didn't know that there would be a delivery charge.

Usage Note:
Price The price of something is the amount of money that you must pay in order to buy it: ‘I’m interested in the car, but the price is too high.’ ‘Food prices are relatively low at present.’
Cost The cost of something is the amount of money you must pay to buy, do, make or use it: ‘the cost of having the car repaired was £340.’
The cost of living (fixed phrase) = the general amount that the people living in a particular area or country have to pay for necessary goods and services: ‘In urban areas the cost of living tends to be higher.’
Costs Your costs are the total amount of money you spend over a period of time in order to make or produce something, or continue an activity: ‘Our costs have doubled over the last five years as a result of the increase in oil prices.’
Charge A charge is the amount of money that you must pay for a service or to be allowed to use something: ‘The waiter explained that the bill included a 10% service charge.’ ‘There is also a small charge for delivery and installation.’
If you do not have to pay for something, it is provided free of charge : ‘The company has offered to install the software free of charge.’
Fee A fee is 1 a charge that you must pay to be allowed to do something: ‘Most art galleries charge an entrance fee.’ ‘Every new student has to pay a registration fee.’ 2 (usually fees) a charge that you must pay for professional services such as those provided by doctors, lawyers, consultants, tutors, schools etc: ‘My parents couldn’t afford the school fees.’ ‘Last year alone, the company paid over $12 million in legal fees.’
Rate A rate is the amount of money that you have to pay for a service or for hiring something, especially one that is calculated on an hourly, weekly or monthly basis: ‘His hourly rate is £60.’ ‘For a five-star hotel, the rates are very reasonable.’
See also CHEAP 1 (cheap)
Fare a fare is the cost of a journey on a buss, train etc: ‘How much is the train fare from Toronto to Montreal?’ ‘She spends $20 per week on bus fares.’
Rent is the money you pay every week or month to live in or use a places that doesn’t belong to you: ‘The rent is £500 inclusive of bills.’

BAD: We'd like some information about the types of room available and the hotel fees.
GOOD: We'd like some information about the types of room available and the hotel rates.

Usage Note:
See language note above

BAD: If you hire a television, there is a monthly fee to pay.
GOOD: If you hire a television, there is a monthly rental to pay.

Usage Note:
See language note above

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

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