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toll 1

American English: /toʊl/
British English: /təʊl/

noun

  • 1 (Transport) (before noun) toll bar
    barrera (feminine) de peaje or (Mexico) cuota
    toll call (American English) toll motorway (British English)
    autopista (feminine) de peaje or (Mexico) cuota
    toll road/tunnel
    carretera (feminine) /túnel (masculine) de peaje or (Mexico) de cuota
    Example sentences
    • Local governments throughout China have increasingly been using tolls on roads and bridges as a means of supplementing their income.
    • Nobody should be surprised by the Government's plans for road tolls, but I, for one, have been shocked by the reaction from some quarters of the fleet industry.
    • The goal of this project is to shift discretionary traffic out of the peak period by reducing the existing tolls on two bridges during the shoulder times before and after the morning and evening rush-hour peaks.
  • 2 (cost, damage) the death toll
    el número de muertos or de víctimas mortales
    the traffic toll (American English)
    el número de accidentes de tráfico
    el índice de siniestralidad en carretera
    the climate took a toll on his health
    el clima le afectó la salud
    the train crash took a heavy toll
    el accidente ferroviario se cobró numerosas víctimas
    all those sleepless nights will take their toll
    los efectos de tantas noches sin dormir se van a hacer sentir luego

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toll 2
American English: /toʊl/
British English: /təʊl/

transitive verb

[literary]
  • 1 (ring)
    (bell)
    tañer
    tocar
    Example sentences
    • Today the bell will toll for the last time at Chippenham Livestock Market when the final beast goes up for sale.
    • Presently, the Church bell began to toll, signalling that the nightly curfew was about to begin.
    • He quickly seated himself as a bell tolled, signaling the start of class.
  • 2 (announce, mark)
    Example sentences
    • Livra's words had set a bell tolling the death knell in the king's head.
    • Finally just as fashion had contributed to the rise of hairwork, so did it toll its death knell.
    • The rising share of foreign businesses in China's delivery market could toll the demise of less prepared domestic carriers

intransitive verb

  • (bell)
    tocar
    doblar
    For whom the bell tolls
    Por quien doblan las campanas

noun

  • uncountable [literary] (of bell)
    Example sentences
    • Even after he had heard the toll of the bell ring, it took him another full minute to safely retrieve his finger.
    • An album of cinema-flavoured music, it opens with a single, western-style bell toll.
    • It was a beautiful sound, almost like the echo of a bell toll.

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