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toll-freeadjective [not gradable]

us   /'toʊlˌfri/
(of telephone calls) free for the person making the call
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"toll-free" in Business English

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toll-freeadjective

uk   /ˌtəʊlˈfriː/ us   US COMMUNICATIONS
used to describe a system that allows customers to phone particular organizations without paying for the call, because the organizations pay the cost: Call us on one of our toll-free numbers.
toll-free
adverb
Call toll-free after six in the evening.
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(Definition of toll-free from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “toll-free”
in Chinese (Simplified) (电话)免费的…
in Turkish (telefon) ücretsiz, araması bedava…
in Russian бесплатный…
in Chinese (Traditional) (電話)免費的…
in Polish bezpłatny, darmowy…
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“toll-free” in Business English

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