cab fare

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: 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.
Heaven knows what the cab fare will be, especially now it's a return trip.
A FORMER Ulster-Scots chief spent more than pounds 270 of taxpayers money on a single cab fare, it emerged yesterday.
But back at the Czech Republic's tournament base in Sintra, just a pounds 15 cab fare away from the England hotel, Baros reflected on the fact that the Spanish boss was not interested in the competition's top scorer.
A new club night is launched tonight in - wait for it - Romford, so you can party all night and still have enough change for the cab fare home.
The driver also said Egan, 23, refused to pay the EUR12 cab fare after being picked up in hometown Sligo with his Hollyoaks star girlfriend Jodi Albert.
If you can't afford the cab fare, then invite him to your place, so you don't have to worry about getting home.
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.
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.
In a casino a lucky loser is someone who leaves still holding his cab fare.