fare-n; 3 Senses

Sense Number 1: a sum charged for using public or commercial transportation

Commentary: FARE[+quantity][+money][+fee][+transportation]

Mary gave her son some money for bus fare.
Subway fares are going up next month.
John found a cheap one-way fare on Delta to Miami.

WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 2

Sense Number 2: a paying passenger

Commentary: FARE[+entity][+person][+passenger][+paying]

The cabby told me I was his last fare for the evening.
He's on his way to pick up a fare on South Broadway.
THe drivers' have complained that their fares don't tip very much.

WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 3

Sense Number 3: something offered as sustenance, usually food

Commentary: FARE[+entity][+substance][+sustenance][+physical[+food]/+informational[+entertainment/+news]]

The daily fare of these villagers is some boiled rice and a small piece of fish.
That restaurant specializes in Mediterranean and North African fare.
Critics described the film as conventional Hollywood fare.
The bill of fare tonight includes comedy skits by our own Bob Brown!

WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 1, 4