Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: fee

Gage {f}Femininum (die)
Gebühr {f}Femininum (die)
Honorar {n}Neutrum (das)
Lehen {n}Neutrum (das)
Lohn {m}Maskulinum (der)
Preis {m}Maskulinum (der)
Vergütung {f}Femininum (die)
Taxe {f}Femininum (die) (Gebühr)
Beitrag {m}Maskulinum (der) (Mitgliedsbeitrag)


It is to recompense you for any inconvenience that we are paying to you, a young and unknown man, a fee which would buy an opinion from the very heads of your profession.
On the one hand, of course, I was glad, for the fee was at least tenfold what I should have asked had I set a price upon my own services, and it was possible that this order might lead to other ones.
15 That feud thereafter for a fee I compounded; O’er the weltering waters to the Wilfings I sent Ornaments old; oaths did he swear me.
For the feud I will fully fee thee with money, 60 With old-time treasure, as erstwhile I did thee, With well-twisted jewels, if away thou shalt get thee.”
His sheltering chieftain shot with an arrow, Erred in his aim and injured his kinsman, One brother the other, with blood-sprinkled spear: No fee could compound for such a calamity. ’
To curb this inconvenient (which he concluded due to a suppression of latent heat), having advised with certain counsellors of worth and inspected into this matter, he had resolved to purchase in fee simple for ever the freehold of Lambay island from its holder, lord Talbot de Malahide, a Tory gentleman of note much in favour with our ascendancy party.
I stand, so to speak, with an unposted letter bearing the extra regulation fee before the too late box of the general postoffice of human life.
You fee mendancers on the Riviera, I read.
He understood however from all he heard that Dr Mulligan was a versatile allround man, by no means confined to medicine only, who was rapidly coming to the fore in his line and, if the report was verified, bade fair to enjoy a flourishing practice in the not too distant future as a tony medical practitioner drawing a handsome fee for his services in addition to which professional status his rescue of that man from certain drowning by artificial respiration and what they call first aid at Skerries, or Malahide was it?
s. d. 1 Pork kidney 0—0—3 1 Copy Freeman’s Journal 0—0—1 1 Bath and Gratification 0—1—6 Tramfare 0—0—1 1 In Memoriam Patrick Dignam 0—5—0 2 Banbury cakes 0—0—1 1 Lunch 0—0—7 1 Renewal fee for book 0—1—0 1 Packet Notepaper and Envelopes 0—0—2 1 Dinner and Gratification 0—2—0 1 Postal Order and Stamp 0—2—8 Tramfare 0—0—1 1 Pig’s Foot 0—0—4 1 Sheep’s Trotter 0—0—3 1 Cake Fry’s Plain Chocolate 0—0—1 1 Square Soda Bread 0—0—4 1 Coffee and Bun 0—0—4 Loan (Stephen Dedalus) refunded 1—7—0 BALANCE 0—16—6 ————— 2—19—3 Credit £.

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gute Fee {f} fairy godmother
gute Fee {f} Lady Bountiful
böse Fee {f} wicked fairy
gütige Fee {f} beneficent fairy
Fee {f} (in Persien) peri
böse Fee {f} wicked fairy godmother
Fee {f} [mythol., lit.] pixy
Fee {f} [mythol., lit.] fae
Fee {f} [mythol., lit.] fay
Fee {f} [mythol., lit.] faerie