Meaning of “bill of fare” in the English Dictionary

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"bill of fare" in British English

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bill of farenoun [ C usually singular ]

uk /ˌbɪl əv ˈfeər/ us /ˌbɪl əv ˈfer/ old-fashioned

Examples from literature

  • Because all these delicacies are in the printed bill of fare! 
  • Bert offered him the bill of fare. 
  • He brings me an elegantly bound book containing the bill of fare. 
  • It had large, comfortable cabins, an exceedingly good-natured and obliging captain, and a bill of fare which must have contented the most dainty palate. 
  • Merely to hear it ordered from the bill of fare made my mouth water. 
  • Phil examined a greasy bill of fare and found that he could obtain a plate of meat for ten cents. 

(Definition of “bill of fare” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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