US: /ˈtoʊɫ/
UK: /tˈə‍ʊl/

English Vietnamese dictionary

toll /toul/
  • danh từ
    • thuế qua đường, thuế qua cầu; thuế đậu bến; thuế chỗ ngồi (ở chợ...)
    • phần thóc công xay (phần thóc giữ lại để cho tiền công xay)
    • to take toll of
      • (nghĩa bóng) lấy đi mất một phần lớn, tiêu diệt mất một phần lớn
    • roat toll
      • số người bị tai nạn xe cộ
  • nội động từ
    • thu thuế (cầu, đường, chợ...)
    • nộp thuế (cầu, đường, chợ...)
    • danh từ
      • sự rung chuông
      • tiếng chuông rung
      • ngoại động từ
        • rung, đánh, gõ (chuông...)
          • to toll the bell: rung chuông
        • rung, điểm (chuông đồng hồ...)
          • the clock tolled midnight: đồng hồ điểm 12 giờ đêm
        • rung chuông báo
          • to toll someone's death: rung chuông báo tử người nào
      • nội động từ
        • rung, điểm (chuông đồng hồ...)

      Advanced English dictionary

      noun, verb
      + noun
      1 [C] money that you pay to use a particular road or bridge: motorway tolls + a toll road / bridge
      2 [C, usually sing.] 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 + Every hour, the news bulletin reported the mounting toll of casualties.
      3 [sing.] the sound of a bell ringing with slow regular strokes
      4 [C] (AmE) a charge for a telephone call that is calculated at a higher rate than a local call
      Idioms: take a heavy toll (on sb/sth)
      take its toll (on sb/sth) 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.
      + verb
      when a bell tolls or sb tolls it, it is rung slowly many times, especially as a sign that sb has died: [V] The Abbey bell tolled for those killed in the war. + Ask not for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee. + [VN] The bell tolled the hour. + (figurative) The revolution tolled the death knell (= signalled the end) for the Russian monarchy.

      Thesaurus dictionary

      1 ring, peal, chime, strike, sound:
      The clock tower bell tolled three.
      2 ring, ringing, peal, pealing, chime, chiming, striking, sound, sounding, tolling, knell:
      Each toll of the bell marked the death of another victim.
      1 charge, fee, dues, assessment, tariff; excise, duty, impost, levy, tribute:
      New motorways will be funded by means of a toll on traffic using them.
      2 loss, penalty, cost, damage(s); exaction:
      The death toll from the earthquake reached 50,000.

      Collocation dictionary

      1 money that you pay to use a road, bridge, etc.


      motorway, road

      VERB + TOLL

      charge, collect, exact, impose, levy
      the possibility of imposing tolls on some motorways
      | pay

      TOLL + NOUN

      bridge, motorway, road | booth | charge

      2 amount of damage done/number of people killed


      great, heavy, terrible, tragic | casualty, death, injury | human

      VERB + TOLL

      The pressure of fame can take a terrible toll. The recession is taking its toll.

      TOLL + VERB

      mount, rise
      The death toll from yesterday's crash is still rising.
      | reach sth
      The casualty toll could reach 200.


      ~ on
      Illness has taken a heavy toll on her.

      Concise English dictionary

      +a fee levied for the use of roads or bridges (used for maintenance)
      +value measured by what must be given or done or undergone to obtain something
      +the sound of a bell being struck
      +ring slowly
      +charge a fee for using