Definition of appearance money in English:

appearance money

Line breaks: ap¦pear|ance money

noun

[mass noun]
  • Money paid to secure the appearance of a celebrity, especially a sports player, at a particular event: the sponsors were said to be paying $50,000 in appearance money to one of the leading golfers
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    • Teams are refusing to tour because they do not get appearance money from the hosts, like in the past.
    • Sanctioning appearance money really is a dangerous route for any sport or tour to take.
    • The win was worth something in the region of $2.5 million for the American - $400000 for the title and around two million dollars in reported appearance money.

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