Synonyms for fare
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English Synonyms and Antonyms
Food is, in the popular sense, whatever one eats in contradistinction to what one drinks. Thus, we speak of food and drink, of wholesome, unwholesome, or indigestible food; but in a more scientific sense whatever, when taken into the digestive organs, serves to build up structure or supply waste may be termed food; the word is extended to plants to signify whatever taken in any way into the organism serves similar purposes; thus, we speak of liquid food, plant food, etc.; in this wider sense food is closely synonymous with nutriment, nourishment, and sustenance. Diet refers to the quantity and quality of food habitually taken, with reference to preservation of health. Victuals is a plain, homely word for whatever may be eaten; we speak of choice viands, cold victuals. Nourishment and sustenance apply to whatever can be introduced into the system as a means of sustaining life; we say of a convalescent, he is taking nourishment. Nutriment and nutrition have more of scientific reference to the vitalizing principles of various foods; thus, wheat is said to contain a great amount of nutriment. Regimen considers food as taken by strict rule, but applies more widely to the whole ordering of life. Fare is a general word for all table supplies, good or bad; as, sumptuous fare; wretched fare. Feed, fodder, and provender are used only of the food of the lower animals, feed denoting anything consumed, but more commonly grain, fodder denoting hay, cornstalks, or the like, sometimes called "long feed;" provender is dry feed, whether grain or hay, straw, etc. Forage denotes any kind of food suitable for horses and cattle, primarily as obtained by a military force in scouring the country, especially an enemy's country.
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an agenda of things to do
"they worked rapidly down the menu of reports"
the sum charged for riding in a public conveyance
a paying (taxi) passenger
the food and drink that are regularly served or consumed
do, fare, make out, come, get alongverb
proceed or get along
"How is she doing in her new job?"; "How are you making out in graduate school?"; "He's come a long way"
suffice, discern, bang, have it away, progress, screw, recognise, coiffure, grapple, occur, get along, distinguish, total, act, make love, come on, add up, do, jazz, number, roll in the hay, descend, get along with, cut, be intimate, write out, arrange, practice, execute, pick out, behave, eff, practise, come along, make do, spot, coif, dress, deal, bed, do it, amount, serve, have intercourse, issue forth, make out, manage, have sex, tell apart, set, shape up, neck, answer, fill out, derive, come in, fill in, make, come up, get, recognize, sleep with, coiffe, advance, perform, follow, contend, issue, love, hump, get laid, have it off, get on with, sleep together, get by, hail, cope, fall, arrive, bonk, exercise, know, come, get it on, complete, get on, cause, lie with, have a go at it
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quantity of fish caught
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It's a system that encourages people to be engaged and to be involved, it works. Thus far, the system has favored Cruz, who netted nine pledged delegates at Wyoming’s county conventions last month. Donald Trump gained only one. Marco Rubio, still in the race at the time, also secured a delegate. Another was elected unpledged. Ohio Gov. John Kasich, banking on a brokered convention, is not expected to fare well in Wyoming. But John Kasich campaign will still be meeting with delegates in hopes they can convince them to eventually vote for John Kasich beyond a first ballot in Cleveland.
People still read hardbacks and books are still collectors' items so we expect Strand will continue to fare well against Amazon.
Mastercard is the most proactive, [ but ] we've had conversations with Visa and other credit card [ networks ] as well, a number of payment processors are waiting to see how Mastercard's policies fare.
The people don’t care even a bit to a person who is not fair to others, but many don’t mind to go along with him anywhere as long as they either get the reimbursement of their to and fro journey fare or/and have own vested interest in his ostentatious public affair.
Competitiveness is about more than how U.S.-headquartered companies fare against other companies in global merger and acquisition bids.
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- مسافر, طعام, سافرArabic
- пасаже́р, [[цена́]] на [[биле́т]], случвам се, пътувам, провизия, пъ̀тник, храня, ставамBulgarian
- cestující, jízdnéCzech
- billetpris, kundeDanish
- Fahrgast, reisen, Passagier, Fahrpreis, fahrenGerman
- ναύλος, επιβάτηςGreek
- tarifa, viajar, pasajeroSpanish
- ruoka, matkustaja, taksa, hinta, tarvike, asiakas, tariffiFinnish
- tarif, passagerFrench
- reisa, fara, ferðastIcelandic
- mangiare, cibo, passeggero, vitto, cenare, tariffa, viaggiareItalian
- 運賃, 料金, 乗客Japanese
- 승객, 여객, 요금, 려객Korean
- reizen, proviand, levensmiddelen, opvarende, passagier, veerloon, reiziger, vervoersprijs, veergeld, varen, voorraad, voorraadje, dieetDutch
- viajar, passageiro, jantar, comer, tarifaPortuguese
- tarif, călători, biletRomanian
- продукт, пассажи́рка, [[цена́]] [[билет, прови́зия, пассажи́р, [[пла́та]] за [[прое́зд]], плата за проездRussian
- путник, pȗtnīkSerbo-Croatian
- passagerare, biljettpris, taxa, fara, resande, tariffSwedish
- tiền xe, tiền phà, tiền đòVietnamese
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