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tollbooth
American English: /ˈtoʊlˌbuθ/
British English: /ˈtəʊlbuːð/

Translation of tollbooth in Spanish:

noun

  • cabina (feminine) de peaje
    Example sentences
    • Other networks are more sophisticated, like the new beltway around Toronto, a toll road without tollbooths: transponders, cameras, and license-plate numbers provide the billing information.
    • On your way to the airport, you are passing tollbooths while your transponder makes a record of where you are.
    • There were 20 tollbooths at the toll station studied.

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