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  1. toll

    • IPA[tōl]

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    • n.
      a charge payable for permission to use a particular bridge or road;a charge for a long-distance telephone call.
    • v.
      charge a toll for the use of (a bridge or road)
    • noun: toll, plural noun: tolls

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a charge payable for permission to use a particular bridge or road:

      turnpike tolls

      a toll bridge

    • 2. a charge for a long-distance telephone call.
    • 3. the number of deaths, casualties, or injuries arising from particular circumstances, such as a natural disaster, conflict, or accident:

      the toll of dead and injured mounted

    • 4. the cost or damage resulting from something:

      the environmental toll of the policy has been high

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. charge a toll for the use of (a bridge or road):

      the transport minister opposes tolling existing roads

      the report advocates expressway tolling

    • n. the number of deaths resulting from a particular cause, especially an accident, battle, or natural disaster:

    • this brought the death toll from cross-border clashes to eighteen

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    • n. a small house by a toll gate or toll bridge where money is collected from road users.

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    • n. a row of tollbooths on a toll road.

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    • n. a row of tollbooths on a toll road.

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    • n. the number of deaths resulting from a particular cause:

    • this brought the death toll from cross-border clashes to eighteen

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    • n. a bridge where drivers or pedestrians must pay to cross.

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    • IPA[təʊl]

    英式

    • n.
      a charge payable to use a bridge or road:
    • motorway tolls

      a toll bridge

    • v.
      charge a toll for the use of (a bridge or road):
    • the transport minister opposes tolling existing roads

      the report advocates motorway tolling

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    • IPA[təʊl]

    英式

    • v.
      (with reference to a bell) sound or cause to sound with a slow, uniform succession of strokes, as a signal or announcement:
    • the cathedral bells began to toll for evening service

      the priest began tolling the bell

    • n.
      a single ring of a bell:
    • she heard the Cambridge School bell utter a single toll

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    美式

    • v.
      (with reference to a bell) sound or cause to sound with a slow, uniform succession of strokes, as a signal or announcement:
    • the bells of the cathedral began to toll for evening service

      the priest began tolling the bell

    • n.
      a single ring of a bell:
    • she heard the Cambridge School bell utter a single toll

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