(=charge for using transport) (on bus)
prix m du billet, prix m du ticket , (in taxi)
prix m de la course, (on train, aeroplane)
prix m du billet
the fare from ... to ... le prix du billet de ... à ...
→ Fares from Heathrow to Madrid start at £68
→ Air New Zealand has cut its fares from Brisbane to Gatwick.
(=passenger in taxi) client m
(=food) nourriture f , chère f old-fashioned
→ ... traditional Portuguese fare in a traditional setting.
→ The fare has much improved since Hugh has taken charge of the kitchen.
[person] s'en tirer → How did Scotland fare in their last meeting with Belgium? → It is unlikely that the marine industry will fare any better in September How did they fare? Comment s'en sont-ils tirés? They fared well in the recent elections. Ils ont obtenu de bons résultats lors des récentes élections.
bill of fare
n menu m (du jour)
n argent m du ticket de bus
→ He spent his bus fare on sweets.
I don't have car-fare. Je n'ai pas de quoi payer mon ticket de bus.
n (British) resquilleur (-euse) m/f *
n plein tarif m
[ticket] plein tarif
→ Buy a full-fare ticket on one of the Asian or Pacific sectors and a second ticket is free
n demi-tarif m
→ ... guaranteed half fares for pensioners
n (British) prix m du billet aller-retour, aller-retour m
n prix m de la course