fare

fare fare [feə ǁ fer] noun [countable] TRAVEL
the price paid to travel by plane, train etc:

• With cheaper air fares, travelers have more vacation choices.

• South Yorkshire's low bus fares are persuading drivers to leave their cars at home.

• Children under 14 travel half fare.

• Only half of the passengers had paid full fare.

ˌadvance ˈpurchase fare also ˈapex fare TRAVEL
a cheap plane or train fare that must be bought a particular number of days before you travel:

• These bargain advance purchase fares require you to have a Saturday-night stayover.

• new all-year-round low apex fares

ˈbusiness ˌclass ˌfare TRAVEL
a fare designed for business people that can be exchanged, Cancelled etc without charge:

• British Airways is undercutting rival business class fares by up to 40%.

ˈcoach fare TRAVEL
a standard air fare that costs less than the first class fare but is more expensive than the cheapest fares:

• Most business fliers travel on full coach fares that are readily acceptable for travel on any available flight.

ˈexcess ˌfare TRAVEL
1. an amount of money a passenger has to pay if they want to change from a lower class of seat to a higher one on a train, plane etc
2. an amount of money a passenger has to pay when they do not have the right ticket for their trip
ˈfirst-class ˌfare TRAVEL
a plane or train fare with the best seats, meals etc:

• Profit margins on first-class fares are often 10 times greater than they are in economy class.

off-ˈpeak ˌfare TRAVEL
a fare at a time of the day, week, or year when not many people travel:

• The limits on fare increases apply to most rush-hour commuter fares, but not to off-peak fares.

ˌone-way ˈfare TRAVEL
a fare for travel to a place, but not back again; = single fare Bre:

• Continental Airlines has announced new one-way fares from the US to Europe.

ˌopen-ˈjaw ˌfare TRAVEL
a fare for travel to a place and travel back from a different place, the passenger making other travel arrangements between the two places
ˈpeak fare TRAVEL
a fare at a time of the day, week, or year when a lot of people travel:

• Peak fares are available noon Thursday through noon Monday.

ˈpeak ˌseason ˈfare TRAVEL
a fare at a time of the year when a lot of people travel:

• KLM announced sharply lower peak season fares to the US from Amsterdam.

reˈturn fare BrE= , ˈround-trip fare TRAVEL
a fare for travel to a place and back again:

• I agreed to take the job in London as long as I was given the return fare.

• US Airlines cut round-trip fares for Thanksgiving holiday travel.

ˈsingle fare TRAVEL
a fare for travel to a place but not back again; = ONE-WAY FARE:

• Virgin is offering return tickets to New York from Heathrow for £386; the single fare is £203.

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fare UK US /feər/ noun [C] TRANSPORT
the price you pay for a trip on a bus, train, plane, etc.: »

How much is the fare to Brussels?

bus/train/rail, etc. 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.

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The full fare can be as much as $400.

US »

a one-way/round trip fare

UK »

a single/return fare


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • Fare — Fare, n. [AS. faru journey, fr. faran. See {Fare}, v.] 1. A journey; a passage. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] That nought might stay his fare. Spenser. [1913 Webster] 2. The price of passage or going; the sum paid or due for conveying a person by land or …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • Fare — (f[^a]r), v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Fared}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Faring}.] [AS. faran to travel, fare; akin to OS., Goth., & OHG. faran to travel, go, D. varen, G. fahren, OFries., Icel., & Sw. fara, Dan. fare, Gr. ????? a way through, ??????? a ferry,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Faré — Fare (bâtiment) Pour les articles homonymes, voir Fare. Un fare ou faré est une habitation polynésienne traditionnelle. Description Anciennement construit en bambou et recouvert de feuilles de pandanus et de palmiers, de différentes grandeurs,… …   Wikipédia en Français

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  • fare — [fer] vi. fared, faring [ME faren < OE faran, to go, wander, akin to Ger fahren & Du raren < IE base * per , to come over, transport > L portare, to carry, Gr peran, to pass over, peira, a trial, poros, a way] 1. Old Poet. to travel; go… …   English World dictionary

  • Fare — Le nom se rencontre dans plusieurs départements (07, 37, 84, 86). C est un toponyme emprunté aux langues germaniques (fara), qui désigne une exploitation familiale, un domaine rural. En Ardèche, le patronyme doit désigner celui qui est originaire …   Noms de famille

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