cab fare

  1. the fare charged for riding in a taxicab
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How To Use cab fare In A Sentence

  • The next cut shows us Susan, in prison for attempting to skip her cab fare, taking a light from the prison matron and blowing the smoke defiantly straight back into her face.
  • If you want to pick up the cab fare, I'll make sure you get a room for the night.
  • By network standards, that is cab fare.
  • I have some answers if you have cab fare. - Yeah?
  • The computer equivalent of a taxi cab fare meter. Clocks your time, what you've been working on and adds up how much money you should charge clients.
  • The taxicab fare to downtown Toronto is approximately $39 plus tip, with no extra charge for additional passengers.
  • The recent cab fare increase will hurt the infirm badly.
  • This girl, this young woman, coming here and asking for the loan of a shilling for a cab fare.
  • Taxi drivers, like bus drivers, will stop anywhere, and cab fare is negotiated on entry.
  • Tanya kindly gives Teri ten dollars for cab fare to the hospital.
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