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The Definition of - toll (noun)

    noun
    1.
    a payment or fee exacted by the state, the local authorities, etc., for some right or privilege, as for passage along a road or over a bridge.
    2.
    the extent of loss, damage, suffering, etc., resulting from some action or calamity:
    The toll was 300 persons dead or missing.
    3.
    a tax, duty, or tribute, as for services or use of facilities.
    4.
    a payment made for a long-distance telephone call.
    5.
    (formerly, in England) the right to take such payment.
    6.
    a compensation for services, as for transportation or transmission.
    7.
    grain retained by a miller in payment for grinding.
    verb (used with object)
    8.
    to collect (something) as toll.
    9.
    to impose a tax or toll on (a person).
    verb (used without object)
    10.
    to collect toll; levy toll.

Word Example of - toll

    Word Example of - toll

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Word Origin & History of - toll

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