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toll1 British & World English

A charge payable to use a bridge or road

toll2 British & World English

(With reference to a bell) sound or cause to sound with a slow, uniform succession of strokes, as a signal or announcement

toll1 English Thesaurus

a motorway toll

toll2 English Thesaurus

I had heard the bell toll

toll gate British & World English

A barrier across a road where drivers or pedestrians must pay to go further

toll road British & World English

A road that drivers must pay to use

death toll British & World English

The number of deaths resulting from a particular cause

toll bridge British & World English

A bridge where drivers or pedestrians must pay to cross

toll house British & World English

A small house by a toll gate or toll bridge where money is collected from road users

toll plaza British & World English

A row of tollbooths on a toll road

take its toll British & World English

Have an adverse effect

take its toll in toll1 British & World English

Have an adverse effect

tollbooth British & World English

A roadside kiosk where drivers or pedestrians must pay to use a bridge or road

Toll House in tollhouse cookie British & World English

A sweet biscuit made with flour, brown sugar, chocolate chips, and sometimes chopped nuts