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toll

tolls

Substantiv
toll
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a payment, fee or tax exacted by the state, the local authorities, etc., for some right or privilege, as for passage along a road, payment of a long-distance telephone call, or other use of facilities
  • "You have to pay a toll to drive on the New Jersey Turnpike."

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the extent of loss, damage, suffering, etc., resulting from some action or calamity
  • "The death toll was up to 300 by late afternoon."

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a compensation for services; grain retained by a miller in payment for grinding

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toll

toll

tolls

tolled

tolled

tolling

Verb
toll
to cause (a large bell) to sound with single strokes slowly and regularly repeated, as for summoning a congregation to church, or esp. for announcing a death;

to sound or strike (a knell, the hour, etc.) by such strokes
  • "The bell tolls when it is time to go to church."

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