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fare
British English: /fɛː/
American English: /fɛr/

Translation of fare in French:

noun

  • 1 (cost of travelling) (on bus, underground)
    prix (m) du ticket or du billet
    (on train, plane)
    prix du billet
    air/train/bus fare
    prix d'un billet d'avion/de train/d'autobus
    child/adult fare
    tarif (m) enfants/adultes
    half/full fare
    demi-/plein tarif (m)
    fares are going up
    les tarifs augmentent
    the fare to Piccadilly (on the underground) is 80p
    le prix du ticket (de métro) pour Piccadilly est 80 pence
    he paid my (air) fare to Tokyo
    il a payé mon billet (d'avion) pour Tokyo
    how much is the fare to London by train?
    quel est le prix du billet de train pour Londres?
    I haven't got the fare for the bus
    je n'ai pas assez pour (acheter) un ticket d'autobus
    ‘please have the correct fare ready’
    ‘les passagers sont priés d'avoir la monnaie exacte’
  • 3
    [dated]
    (food) plain fare
    nourriture simple
    hospital/prison fare
    régime (m) d'hôpital/de prison
    bill of fare

intransitive verb

  • 1 (get on) See examples: how did you fare?
    comment ça s'est passé?
    we fared badly/well
    les choses se sont mal/bien passées pour nous
    the team fared well in the final
    l'équipe s'est bien comportée dans la finale
  • 2 (progress)
    (economy, industry, political party)
    se porter
    the company is faring well despite the recession
    la société se porte bien malgré la récession

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