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toll2

toll2

 
pronunciation:
tol
part of speech: noun
definition 1: a charge or tax, usu. for passage across a bridge or along a highway or other road.
We'll have to pay tolls if he take the thruway, but it will be faster.
similar words:
charge, fee, levy, poundage, tariff, tax
definition 2: a fee for a service, esp. that of long-distance telephone calling.
The tolls for international calls were high, so we couldn't afford to call often.
synonyms:
charge, cost, fee, hire
similar words:
expense, payment, price, rate
definition 3: a cost, loss, or expenditure caused by some action or event.
The death toll is rising as freezing temperatures continue in the region.The flood took a terrible toll in life and property.The many interruptions took a toll on my patience.
synonyms:
cost, expense, price
similar words:
exaction, loss, penalty, sacrifice, tax