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Meaning of “death toll” - Learner’s Dictionary

death toll

noun [C]    
the number of people who die because of an event such as a war or an accident: The death toll from the earthquake has risen to 1500.Death and dying
Translations of “death toll”
in Chinese (Traditional) 死亡人數…
in Russian число погибших…
in Turkish savaş veya kaza sonucu ölen kişi sayısı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 死亡人数…
in Polish liczba ofiar (śmiertelnych)…
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