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Meaning of “toll” - Learner’s Dictionary

toll

verb [I]     /təʊl/
When a bell tolls, it rings slowly, especially because someone has died.Sounds made by objects, movement or impact
Translations of “toll”
in Vietnamese rung chuông…
in Spanish tañer, doblar…
in Thai ตีระฆัง…
in Malaysian membunyikan…
in French sonner…
in German läuten…
in Chinese (Traditional) (使)緩慢而反覆地鳴響…
in Indonesian membunyikan lonceng…
in Russian звонить (в колокол)…
in Turkish (zil, çan vb.) çalmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) (使)缓慢而反复地鸣响…
in Polish bić…
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