Synonyms of 'fare'
the amount charged or paid for a journey in a bus, train, or planeHe could barely afford the railway fare.
a range of food and drinktraditional Portuguese fare
Enjoy your food!
Watch your diet – you need plenty of fruit and vegetables.
Free room and board are provided for all hotel staff.
They always keep a marvellous table.
feed, , ,
a crop grown for animal feed
kai (New Zealand, informal),
I'm starving - let's have some kai.
He was unable to take nourishment for several days.
sustenance, , , ,
The state provided a basic quantity of food for daily sustenance.
vittles (obsolete, dialect),
to get on (in a specified way)He was not faring well.
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in the sense of board
a person's meals, provided regularly for moneyFree room and board are provided for all hotel staff.
in the sense of diet
to follow a special diet so as to lose weightWatch your diet – you need plenty of fruit and vegetables.
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