fee-paying

fee-paying

adj
1. (of a pupil or student) required to pay for a place at an educational establishment
2. (of a school) charging fees to parents of pupils
Translations

fee-paying

[ˈfiːˌpeɪɪŋ]
A. ADJ [pupil] → que paga pensión
B. CPD fee-paying school Ncolegio m de pago

fee-paying

[ˈfiːˌpeɪɪŋ] adj (pupil) → che paga
fee-paying school → scuola privata
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