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English definition of “toll”


noun     /təʊl/
MONEY [C] money that you pay to use a bridge , road , etc Routes and roads in generalTaxation
NUMBER [no plural] the number of people who are killed or injured Death and dying
→ See also death toll, take its toll
(Definition of toll noun from the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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