brokerage

[broh-ker-ij]
noun
1.
Also, brokering. the business of a broker.
2.
the commission of a broker.

Origin:
1425–75; late Middle English; see broker, -age

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brokerage (ˈbrəʊkərɪdʒ)
 
n
1.  commission charged by a broker to his principals
2.  a broker's business or office

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brokerage
mid-15c., "a broker's trade," from broker. Also, in 17c., "a pimp's trade."
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