Fare

Fare,

Definition of Fare:

  1. Paying passenger on a boat, bus, plane, train, etc.

  2. Price charged for transporting passengers. This price often changes from season to season, week to week, even day to day. In general, cheaper the fare more restrictions on it such as 21 days advance purchase, minimum or maximum stopovers, or travel only on certain days of a week. See also freight.

Synonyms of Fare

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Meaning of Fare & Fare Definition