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English definition of “tolled”

tolled

adjective     /təʊld/ US  /toʊld/ mainly UK
describes a road , bridge , etc. which you pay to use: There are plans to build a tolled motorway around the perimeter of the city .Driving and operating road vehiclesTaxationBills and invoices
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