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Definition of the noun bus fare
What does bus fare mean as a name of something?
- the fare charged for riding a bus or streetcar
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by Jessie Carney Smith
In January 1953, legislative members of Baton Rouge's parish council increased the bus fare from ten to fifteen cents. The fare increase angered African American patrons who made up more than 80 percent of the system's ridership.
by The Educational Company of Ireland
v poll а dhéanamh bursar n sparánaí burst n maidhm, pléasc, scal Sunburst scal ghrêìne burst out v scal bury v adhlaic, cuir bus п bus the bus stop stad an bhus bus fare n taille ...
Dictionary of Homonyms (2005)
charge paid for a journey: The bus fare has shot up. 2. ( v) make progress: You didn't fare well in the exams. f—t/fli III 1. (n) Muslims fast during Ramzan. 2. ( a) Nowadays fast food is on the increase. 3. (adv) The rat ran fast at the sight of the ...
by Sanjay Paswan, Pramanshi Jaideva
For road journeys between stations not connected by rail, they may be allowed actual bus fare or road mileage at the lowest rate for Government servants as admissible under the Supplementary Rules, whichever is less, provided the distance ...
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