In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(payment to doctor, lawyer, architect) honorarios masculine(payment to actor, singer) caché masculine(payment to actor, singer) cachet masculinewhat are your fees? — ¿cuáles son sus honorarios? formal
2(charge)on payment of a small fee — pagando una pequeña suma / cantidad
- examination fee(s) — derecho de examen
- membership fee(s) — cuota (de socio)
- registration/course fee(s) — matrícula
- all his salary goes in school fees — todo el salario se le va en pagar el colegio
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