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toll booth

noun [C]
 
 
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a special gate or line of gates on a road where drivers have to stop and pay a toll: Cameras at the toll booths will snap pictures of cars whose drivers don't pay the toll.
Translations of “toll booth”
in Chinese (Traditional) (道路或橋樑入口處的)收費口…
in Chinese (Simplified) (道路或桥梁入口处的)收费口…
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