Complete Definition of "fare"

see|farë
English

Pronunciation
audio|en-us-fare.ogg|Audio (US)

Etymology 1
From the merger of Old English fær (âjourney,â âroadâ), a neuter, and faru (âjourney,â âcompanions,â âbaggageâ), a feminine, both from faran (âto journeyâ) < Proto-Germanic *faranan < Proto-Indo-European *por- (âgoing,â âpassageâ).

Pronunciation
IPA|/fÉÉ/
Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-ÉÉ(r)|-ÉÉ(r)

Homophones
fair

Noun
fare (plural: fares)

  1. money paid for a ticket
  2. a paying passenger, especially in a taxi
  3. food and drink

Translations

Chinese: è»è²», 车费 (chÄfèi)
Danish: billetpris c (1); kunde c (2); fortæring c (3)
Dutch: vervoerprijs m
Finnish: hinta (1), matkustaja (2), asiakas (2), ravinto (3)
French: prix m, tarif m (1)
German: Fahrpreis m
Greek: Ïιμή (timí) f
mid
Italian: prezzo m, tariffa f
Japanese: æé (ããããã, ryÅkin)
Korean: ì´ì (unim)
Portuguese: tarifa f (1)
Rohingya: keriya (1)
Russian: плаÑа за пÑоезд (pláta za projézd) f
Spanish: precio m

Etymology 2
From Old English faran (âto journeyâ) < Proto-Germanic *faranan < Proto-Indo-European *por- (âgoing,â âpassageâ).

Verb
en-verb|fares|faring|fared or archaic fore|fared or rarely faren

  1. intransitive To go, travel
  2. intransitive To get along, be

Category:English irregular verbs

Related terms
farewell
welfare
workfare


Danish

Noun
fare

  1. peril

Category:Danish nouns


Italian

Etymology
Latin facere

Verb
fare

  1. to do
  2. to make

Related terms
faccenda
facile
facsimile

Conjugation
<center>
{| style="background:#F0F0F0"

|-
! colspan"3" style"background:#e2e4c0" | infinitive
| colspan="5" | fare

|-
! colspan"3" style"background:#e2e4c0" | gerund
| colspan="5" | facendo

|-
! colspan"3" style"background:#e2e4c0" | present participle
| colspan="5" | facente

|-
! colspan"3" style"background:#e2e4c0" | past participle
| colspan="5" | fatto

|-
! colspan"2" rowspan"2" style="background:#C0C0C0" | person
! colspan"3" style"background:#C0C0C0" | singular
! colspan"3" style"background:#C0C0C0" | plural

|-
! style="background:#C0C0C0;width:12.5%" | first
! style="background:#C0C0C0;width:12.5%" | second
! style="background:#C0C0C0;width:12.5%" | third
! style="background:#C0C0C0;width:12.5%" | first
! style="background:#C0C0C0;width:12.5%" | second
! style="background:#C0C0C0;width:12.5%" | third

|-
! style"background:#c0cfe4" rowspan"6" | indicative
! style="background:#c0cfe4" |
! style="background:#c0cfe4" | io
! style="background:#c0cfe4" | tu
! style="background:#c0cfe4" | lui/lei
! style="background:#c0cfe4" | noi
! style="background:#c0cfe4" | voi
! style="background:#c0cfe4" | loro

|-
! style="height:3em;background:#c0cfe4" | present
| faccio or fò
| fai
| fa
| facciamo
| fate
| fanno

|-
! style="height:3em;background:#c0cfe4" | imperfect
| facevo
| facevi
| faceva
| facevamo
| facevate
| facevano

|-
! style="height:3em;background:#c0cfe4" | passato remoto
| feci
| facesti
| fece
| facemmo
| faceste
| fecero

|-
! style="height:3em;background:#c0cfe4" | future
| farò
| farai
| farà
| faremo
| farete
| faranno

|-
! style="height:3em;background:#c0cfe4" | conditional
| farei
| faresti
| farebbe
| faremmo
| fareste
| farebbero

|-
! style"background:#c0e4c0" rowspan"3" | subjunctive
! style="background:#c0e4c0" |
! style="background:#c0e4c0" | che io
! style="background:#c0e4c0" | che tu
! style="background:#c0e4c0" | che lui/che lei
! style="background:#c0e4c0" | che noi
! style="background:#c0e4c0" | che voi
! style="background:#c0e4c0" | che loro

|-
! style="height:3em;background:#c0e4c0" | present
| faccia
| faccia
| faccia
| facciamo
| facciate
| facciano

|-
! style"height:3em;background:#c0e4c0" rowspan"1" | imperfect
| facessi
| facessi
| facesse
| facessimo
| faceste
| facessero

|-
! colspan"2" rowspan"2" style="height:3em;background:#e4d4c0" | imperative
! style="background:#e4d4c0" | -
! style="background:#e4d4c0" | tu
! style="background:#e4d4c0" | lui/lei
! style="background:#e4d4c0" | noi
! style="background:#e4d4c0" | voi
! style="background:#e4d4c0" | loro

|-
|

| fa, fai or fa'
| faccia
| facciamo
| fate
| facciano

|}
</center>

Category:Italian verbs


Romanian

Noun
ro-pl|far|gend=n

  1. lighthouses

Tahitian

Noun
fare

  1. house

Turkish

Noun
fare

  1. mouse

Category:Turkish nouns

Declension
crh-latin-noun|nin|ye|yi|de|den

da:fare
de:fare
el:fare
fr:fare
ko:fare
io:fare
id:fare
it:fare
ku:fare
hu:fare
ja:fare
no:fare
pl:fare
ro:fare
ru:fare
simple:fare
sk:fare
fi:fare
ta:fare
te:fare
vi:fare
tr:fare
zh:fare

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