the amount charged for a ride on a subway, streetcar, bus, etc.
We sent ’em to Mrs. Trotter and she did the rest; except for three or four who came back to strike us for carfare.
The Gentle Grafter O. Henry
Instead of keeping the sixteen dollars for your carfare and incidentals and such?
Selina George Madden Martin
She lives near her work so does not have daily carfare, and she goes home at the noon hour for a little rest and for lunch.
Clothing and Health Helen Kinne
She explained to me that she would give me carfare but was not allowed to do so.
Broke Edwin A. Brown
He had in his pocket but five cents with which to pay his carfare home, so he sent the message collect.
Martin Eden Jack London
“My last ten cents I am spending it for carfare,” she cried.
The Competitive Nephew Montague Glass
She doesn’t know the value of money, either; what’d seem big to her would be carfare for you.
Red-Robin Jane Abbott
But the most discouraging of all was the telling of the cost of carfare to the Adirondacks.
Girl Scouts at Dandelion Camp Lillian Elizabeth Roy
Her expenses will also include a telephone, carfare, printed cards, and so on.
The Canadian Girl at Work Marjory MacMurchy
So I asked if he would lend me carfare, which he did with a strange look.
Bab: A Sub-Deb Mary Roberts Rinehart
(US & Canadian) the fare that a passenger is charged for a ride on a bus, etc
the lading or freight of a ship, airplane, etc. load. cargos, pants or shorts having several cargo pockets to hold bulky gear and small items. of or denoting a style of pants or shorts with cargo pockets. Contemporary Examples cargo holds are still stocked with munition, though the weaponry sunk with the ships is still […]
a person who serves customers in their cars. at a drive-in restaurant. to work as a carhop. noun (US & Canadian, informal) a waiter or waitress at a drive-in restaurant noun A waitress or waiter who serves food to patrons in parked cars at a drive-in restaurant; Curbie verb : She carhopped at Beef Babylon […]
to forcibly steal a vehicle from a motorist. to forcibly steal (a vehicle), or to victimize (a driver) in this way. Contemporary Examples I did not carjack or shoot anyone on the way, just so you know the pre-Grand Theft Auto baseline. Grand Theft Auto V Review: The Best Game Ever?! Winston Ross September 16, […]
the forcible stealing of a vehicle from a motorist. to forcibly steal a vehicle from a motorist. to forcibly steal (a vehicle), or to victimize (a driver) in this way. Contemporary Examples The first notorious case, in 2002, was when Mets outfielder Richard Hidalgo was shot in the arm during a carjacking in Venezuela. Wilson […]