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fare

noun uk   /feər/  us   /fer/

fare noun (PAYMENT)

B1 [C] the money that you pay for a journey in a vehicle such as a bus or train: Train fares are going up again. [C] someone who pays to be driven somewhere in a taxi
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fare noun (FOOD)

[U] old-fashioned the type of food that is served in a restaurant

fare

verb [I usually + adv/prep] uk   /feər/  us   /fer/ old-fashioned
to succeed or be treated in the stated way: How did you fare in your exams? Low-paid workers will fare badly/well under this government.
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