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- noun countable, literally The
usual pricefor travelby air, rail, or another means of transport.
- noun countable, by extension A
highprice charged to passengerswho travel without buying ticketsin advanceon certain public transportsystems (especially British busand tramsystems) (compare penalty fare).
- noun uncountable, literally
Menuitems or diningoptions which are regularly availablein a restaurantor other place where food is served.
- noun uncountable, idiomatic, by extension Something which is
normal, routine, or unexceptional; something which is commonly providedor encountered.
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