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Where the fare can be generally be predicted in advance such as fixed fare systems fare is usually collected in advance; this is the usual practice of rail and bus systems, who usually require the payment of fares on or before boarding.
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fare Definition of fare in English by Oxford Dictionaries.
The region, she says, boasts a blend of traditional country fare, with steak and beef houses dominating the food scene. Its business card promises a traditional Mediterranean fare of fresh vegetables, meats, wines and cheeses seasoned with southern Italian style.
fare Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
fare Bus fares in the capital will rise from next month. plane/air fare Some economists say that the age of cheap air fares is over. The full fare can be as much as 400. US a one-way /round trip fare.
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Well, we had it measured and I was right, and it cost her me fare and fifteen bob besides. He did this, not because his soul was cruel and his heart evil, but because he had to earn his fare.
fare Wiktionary.
From Middle English fare, from the merger of Old English fær journey, road and faru journey, companions, baggage, from Proto-Germanic far and far journey, fare, from Proto-Indo-European por a going, passage. fare plural fares. obsolete a going; journey; travel; voyage; course; passage.
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Word Origin and History for fare Expand. Old English fær journey, road, passage, expedition, strong neuter of faran to" journey" see fare v; merged with faru journey, expedition, companions, baggage, strong fem. Original sense is obsolete, except in compounds wayfarer, sea-faring, etc.

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