cab fare


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Noun1.cab fare - the fare charged for riding in a taxicabcab fare - the fare charged for riding in a taxicab
fare, transportation - the sum charged for riding in a public conveyance
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That was the time when her daughter Winnie could not help passing a remark to Mr Verloc that "mother has been spending half-crowns and five shillings almost every day this last week in cab fares.
To hear her talk, you would have supposed that she had been brought up from the cradle to look on four hundred pounds a year as small change to be disposed of in tips and cab fares.
The users of the bank's debit card would now be able to make their mobile or utility bills payment, shop online at several destinations or pay for services such as cab fare and more, by topping up their Paytm mobile wallets via the bank s ATM network.
Verifone's in-taxi systems enable passengers to pay their cab fare with a credit or debit card and enjoy curated media content during taxi rides.
A TAXI driver took away a family's Christmas tree because their teenager daughter didn't have the cash to pay a cab fare.
Daniel Radcliffe paid a cab fare he owed from the Dublin Minor Football team two years later.
Later that morning, a group of girls used the PS400 phone as payment after saying they couldn't afford their PS15 cab fare home between Bonnyrigg and Dalkeith, Midlothian.
In a casino a lucky loser is someone who leaves still holding his cab fare.
Istanbul municipality is set to launch a new scheme that will enable taxi customers to use credit or pre-paid electronic transportation cards while paying their cab fare, but the system has sparked strong opposition among taxi drivers who would prefer to maintain the benefits of instant cash, Hurriyet Daily news reported.
In Worcester, he said, the average three-mile cab fare was $18 and customers are charged $5 just to get into the cab.
He could have purchased new pants from the prison store, but he said they were overpriced, and it would have taken so much of his money that he wouldn't have had enough for a meal and cab fare home to Trollhattan.
However, we would not like to think that spirit should ever be taken for granted, so we thought we would let you know that we have made a donation of the cab fare, plus a generous tip, to the Alder Hey children's hospital in recognition of the kindness we received.