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noun fare pronunciation in British English /feə(r)/
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pluralfares
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  1. 1
    [countable] the money that you pay for a journey
    She had argued with a cab driver after refusing to pay her fare.
    air/bus/train/taxi fare: Have you given the kids their bus fares?
  2. 3
    [uncountable] formal the type of food that is available, especially in a restaurant or café
    More traditional fare can be found at the Plaka restaurant.
  3. 4
    [singular/uncountable] mainly journalism used for referring to what someone or something usually does or has
    The magazine contained the usual fare of celebrity romances and beauty tips.

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