carfare

[kahr-fair]
noun
the amount charged for a ride on a subway, streetcar, bus, etc.

Origin:
1865–70, Americanism; car1 + fare

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carfare (ˈkɑːˌfɛə)
 
n
(US), (Canadian) the fare that a passenger is charged for a ride on a bus, etc

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Example sentences
The next time you two go to a family function where she's around, ask to take two cars, or bring enough money for carfare.
With enough left over for an extra thirty-second spot plus carfare.
Other functions include requests for supplemental carfare payments, management of user accounts, and review of historical data.
No tax is to be paid on carfare money or on any social security payments you voluntarily make for your employee.
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