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Definition of the noun admission charge
What does admission charge mean as a name of something?
- the fee charged for admission
Specialised definition of the noun admission charge
Glossary of sports
the price to be paid before going into a place, e.g. to see an exhibition or a sports event (2008. Dictionary of Leisure, Travel and Tourism. Third edition. A&C Black Publishers Ltd)
- synonym: entry charge
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by Fellow of the British Academy and Senior Research Fellow Jeremy Butterfield, Jeremy Butterfield
and it is the only one to have developed attributive uses ( admission charge, fee, money, officer, policy, process, ticket). Admittance hangs on determinedly, especially as the word used on notices on entrances (e.g. No ...
Dictionary of Business (1998)
by Peter Hodgson Collin
to make a small charge for rental; there is no charge for service or no charge is made for service; admission charge or entry charge = price to be paid before going into an exhibition, etc.; bank charges or US service charge = charges made ...
by A & C Black Publishers Ltd
TOURISM same as admittance free admission on Sundays There is a £1 admission charge. Admission is free on presentation of this card. 2. ENTERTAINMENT somebody who has visited a museum We had 250 admissions last weekend.
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