- the money a passenger on public transportation has to pay.；a passenger paying to travel in a vehicle, especially a taxicab
- perform in a specified way in a particular situation or over a particular period of time；happen; turn out
verb: fare, 3rd person present: fares, gerund or present participle: faring, past tense: fared, past participle: fared
noun: fare, plural noun: fares
- 1. the money a passenger on public transportation has to pay. 同義詞
- ▪ a passenger paying to travel in a vehicle, especially a taxicab the taxi driver was anxious to pick up a fare
- 2. a range of food of a particular type delicious Provençal fare 同義詞
- ▪ performance or entertainment of a particular style conventional Hollywood fare
- 1. perform in a specified way in a particular situation or over a particular period of time his business has fared badly in recent years
- ▪ archaic happen; turn out beware that it fare not with you as with your predecessor
- 2. archaic travel a young knight fares forth
- food appropriate to Lent, especially that without meat.
- the action or practice of travelling on public transport without paying the required fare: there were posters on the bus about fare dodging and I began to get a guilty conscience
- a section of a bus or tram route for which a fixed price is charged.
- a charge of half the usual fare for a journey on public transport, available to certain groups ... all children under 18 travel at half fare
- (of a passenger) paying a fare for a journey, especially on public transport: the first tilting train carrying fare-paying passengers has travelled to Manchester
- a person who travels on public transport without paying the required fare: the train companies are cracking down on fare dodgers
- a menu.
Oxford American Dictionary
- used to express good wishes on parting: fare thee well, I shall see you when our paths cross again
- a farewell: it is an insult to the legions who have been downsized without so much as a fare-thee-well
- the money paid for a journey on public transport: we should go to Seville, but we cannot afford the air fare
- perform in a specified way in a particular situation or over a particular period: his business has fared badly in recent years