money that you pay to use a particular road or bridge
收费道路 / 桥梁
a toll road/bridge
the amount of damage or the number of deaths and injuries that are caused in a particular war, disaster, etc.
The official death toll has now reached 7 000.
the war's growing casualty toll
the sound of a bell ringing with slow regular strokes
a charge for a telephone call that is calculated at a higher rate than a local call
to have a bad effect on sb/sth; to cause a lot of damage, deaths, suffering, etc.
Illness had taken a heavy toll on her.
The recession is taking its toll on the housing markets.
when a bell tolls or sb tolls it, it is rung slowly many times, especially as a sign that sb has died
The Abbey bell tolled for those killed in the war.
The bell tolled the hour.
The revolution tolled the death knell (= signalled the end) for the Russian monarchy.
These are all words for an amount of money that is charged or paid for sth.
a fixed amount of money that is asked or paid for sth
a low hourly rate of pay
an amount of money that is asked for goods or services
an admission charge
( rather formal ) an amount of money that you have to pay for professional advice or services, to go to a school or college, or to join an organization
an annual membership fee
an amount of money that you regularly have to pay for use of a building or room
In American English, rent can be used to mean rental .
The weekly rent on the car was over $200.
an amount of money that you have to pay so that you can be a member of an organization
an amount of money that you have to pay to use a particular road or bridge
an amount of money that you have to pay to use sth for a particular period of time
rent or rental?
In British English rent is only money paid to use a building or room: for other items use rental . In American English rent can be used for both, but rental is still more common for other items.
( rather formal ) a list of fixed prices that are charged by a hotel or restaurant for rooms or meals, or by a company for a particular service