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fee

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of fee

  1. the amount of money that is demanded as payment for something <my dentist's fees seem to increase with every visit> Synonyms ante, charge, cost, damage, price, figure, freight, price tagRelated Words fair market value, market value, valuation, value; asking price, list price, sticker price; price point, rate, tariff, unit price; carrying charge, overcharge, service charge (also service fee), surcharge; deduction, discount, markdown, reduction, sale; deposit; down payment; account, bill, check, invoice, tab




fee

verb, chiefly Scottish

Synonyms and Antonyms of fee

  1. to provide with a paying job <the townspeople fee country lasses as housemaids, nurses, and cooks> Synonyms assume, engage, employ [chiefly Scottish], hire, lay on [chiefly British], pay, place, recruit, retain, sign (up or on), take onRelated Words reemploy, reengage, rehire; apprentice, contract, job, partner, subcontract; enlist; advance, promote, upgrade; keep (on); headhunt, scoutNear Antonyms furlough, lay off, lock outAntonyms ax (or axe), can, discharge, dismiss, fire, sack





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