Translation of fee in Spanish:
- 1.1(payment to doctor, lawyer, architect)what are your fees?1.2 (charge) (often plural) on payment of a small fee¿cuáles son sus honorarios? [formal]¿cuánto cobra?examination fee(s)pagando una pequeña suma or cantidadpor una módica sumamembership fee(s) registration/course fee(s) all his salary goes in school feesderecho(s) (masculine (plural)) de examentodo el salario se le va en pagar el colegio
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