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1toll/ˈtoʊl/noun
pluraltolls
1toll
/ˈtoʊl/
noun
pluraltolls
Learner's definition of TOLL  
[count]
: an amount of money that you are required to pay for the use of a road or bridge
   b  chiefly US  : an amount of money paid for a long-distance telephone call
— see also toll call, toll-free
: the number of people who are killed or injured in an accident, disaster, war, etc. — usually singular
— see also death toll

take a toll

ortake its toll
: to have a serious, bad effect on someone or something : to cause harm or damage — often + on
— compare 3toll
2toll/ˈtoʊl/verb
tollstolledtolling
2toll
/ˈtoʊl/
verb
tollstolledtolling
Learner's definition of TOLL  
: to ring slowly
[no object]
[+ object]
[+ object]  : to make (something) known by ringing
3toll/ˈtoʊl/noun
pluraltolls
3toll
/ˈtoʊl/
noun
pluraltolls
Learner's definition of TOLL  
[count]
: the sound of bells being rung slowly
: a single sound made by a ringing bell
— compare 1toll
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