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/ djuːz /

plural noun

  1. sometimes singular charges, as for membership of a club or organization; fees

    trade-union dues

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Example Sentences

And I wouldn't have gone this far if I ever thought that was a possibility… He made a mistake, and he's paid his dues.

On the other hand, I have a hunch that Lady Gaga will pay some heavy dues for this career move.

It also says dues go toward paying a more than $15 million federal racketeering settlement.

Compulsory dues translate into many tens of millions of dollars in political contributions to Democrats.

Perhaps worst of all, public-sector unions utilize mandatory dues to promote bad policy.

A full General landing to inspect overseas is entitled to a salute of 17 guns—well, I got my dues.

The revenue is derived from direct taxes on land and provisions, excise upon exports and imports, and harbour dues.

Then did the King offer him gifts, and the dues and rights of broad lands, but Eyvind put all these away from him.

Then was Calf re-endowed with all his possessions, and the land-dues which had been his in former days.

The expenses of maintenance were probably paid from the weekly dues of the members, as were the funeral benefits.