admission charge


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Noun1.admission charge - the fee charged for admissionadmission charge - the fee charged for admission  
fee - a fixed charge for a privilege or for professional services
Translations
vstupné
entré
pääsymaksu
ulaznica
入場料
입장료
inträdesavgift
ค่าธรรมเนียมในการเข้า
phí vào cổng

admission charge

رَسْمُ الدُخُول vstupné entré Eintrittsgeld αντίτιμο εισόδου precio de entrada pääsymaksu frais d’entrée ulaznica prezzo d’ingresso 入場料 입장료 toegangsprijs inngangspenger opłata za wejście taxa de entrada входная плата inträdesavgift ค่าธรรมเนียมในการเข้า giriş ücreti phí vào cổng 入场费
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Esher: Friday March 30 - Monday April 2, 10.30am-4pm, normal admission charge plus [pounds sterling]3 per trail sheet
PS10, plus admission charge (adults PS5 CO TB PS5.80, children PS3.15).
"Some visitors are surprised at an admission charge for a 'house of God' but prior to charging, which was introduced in 2010, the average donation was just 24p per visitor.
But he also said the best way to lower the admission charge would be for the federal government to cover a portion of the museum's operating expenses.
The winter admission charge includes admission to the four mile safari, Discovery Trail with Penguin Cove, Reptile World, Twilight Cave, Creepy Crawlies, Seaquarium, Sea Lion Show and the African Village, with Meerkat Mayhem and Walking with Lemurs.
There is a small admission charge of pounds 2 for adults, (which includes entry to see the floor and Concert room), under 16s are free.
If you're promoting such an event, please send a one-sentence description that includes the day, date, time, place, admission charge (if any) and a phone number people can call for additional information.
There is a nominal admission charge of pounds 2 per person, but it is essential to book a place in advance by ringing John Sheehan on 01609 771878.
There is no admission charge but contributions will go towards the Help the Heroes charity.
WHEN Mrs Catherine McColl, who complained about the pounds 1 admission charge to the Glasgow Green funfair, was young, neds didn't stab people for fun at the carnival.
When you come back to that pounds 7 admission charge in one of the poorest parts of the country, you have to reflect that there is little tradition of paying to see art outside London.