- Noun: fee fee
- A fixed charge for a privilege or for professional services
- An interest in land capable of being inherited
- Give a tip or gratuity to in return for a service, beyond the compensation agreed on
"fee the steward"
- tip, bung
Derived forms: fees, feed, feeing
Remuneration for professional work.
BREAK FEE, BREAK-UP FEE, COMMITMENT FEE, CONTINGENCY FEE, CONTINGENT FEE, LICENCE FEE, NO-WIN NO-FEE, USER FEE
1 (Commerce )
an amount of money that you pay for professional advice or services:
Does the bank charge a fee for setting up the account?
There's an upfront fee of €50 and a small annual charge.
a pool of fee income from advisory work See note at PRICE
❖ to charge/collect/earn/pay a fee
◆ a fat/high/huge/low/nominal fee
◆ an annual/hourly/a monthly fee
◆ a fixed/flat/one-off/ an upfront fee
◆ consultancy/management/transaction/transfer fees
an amount of money that you pay to join an organization or to do sth:
a membership fee
❖ access/entry/membership/registration/subscription fees
◆ to charge/collect/pay a fee
n. A legal estate (other than leasehold) in land that is capable of being inherited. Since the Law of Property Act 1925 the term's only modern significance is in the phrase fee simple absolute in possession. All other such estates that formerly existed in fee are now equitable interests only.
Amounts charged to the patient as payer for health care services.