Thank you! I see, but I asked about ''fee'' cause in that context, ''fee'' sounded as ''grounded'', you know?
I mean, you see, the context was something like:
A: My son broke a window yesterday by pitching against it.
A: As his coach, my FEE is three months of his allowance.
B: What a coincidence! That's enough for a new window.
So, ''Fee'' here IMO is more to ''punishment'' than ''fare'' or stuff. It sounds to me like, ''my fee'' = ''my punishment''; ''you're grounded and i won't give you allowance anymore.''
So, does it make any sense or has nothing to do with?