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death toll ölü sayısı
{i} geçiş parası (köprü vs.)
ağır çan sesi
çan çalarak çağırmak
cenaze çanı çalınmak
(Ticaret) vergi vermek
köprü parası
{f} çalmak

Onlar için tehlike çanları ağır ağır çalmaktadır. - The bells of danger toll for them.

(çan) çalmak
(isim) çan sesi, saatin çalması, geçiş parası (köprü vs.), yol parası, yer parası, telefon ücreti, pay, değirmen hakkı
(yol/köprü/vb.) geçiş vergini
{i} geçiş parası
çan sesi
{f} vergi ver
sabit ücret
{i} saatin çalması

Onlar için tehlike çanları ağır ağır çalmaktadır. - The bells of danger toll for them.

Çanlar kimin için çalıyor? - For whom do the bells toll?

sabit ücret,v.vergi ver: n.geçiş parası
geçiş ücreti

Otoban geçiş ücretini ödemen için tam değişime sahip olmalısın. - You need to have exact change to pay the toll of the expressway.

Bu köprü aslında geçiş ücreti alınan bir köprüydü. - This bridge was originally a toll bridge.

toll bridge geçiş ücreti alın
{f} gong çalmak
{i} pay
{f} çan çalmak
avı cezbedecek hareketler yapmak
{i} telefon ücreti
{i} yol parası
{i} yer parası
{i} değirmen hakkı
{i} 1. geçiş ücreti: The toll for this bridge is five hundred thousand liras. Bu köprünün geçiş ücreti beş yüz bin lira. 2
geçiş ücreti: The toll for this bridge is five hundred thousand liras. Bu köprünün geçiş ücreti beş yüz bin lira. 2
{f} (çan) ağır ağır çalmak; (çanı) ağır ağır çalmak
(Ticaret) kanal
toll road
paralı yol

Bir paralı yoldan gitmemize gerek var mı? Acelemiz yok. - Do we need to take a toll road? We're not in a hurry.

Paralı yolları ne kadar sıklıkla kullanıyorsun? - How often do you use toll roads?

toll free number
ücretsiz hatlar
toll office
kentlerarası santral
toll booth
verginli geçiş gişesi
toll bridge
paralı köprü
toll call
şehirlerarası alısün konuşması
toll collector
vergi tahsildarı
toll exchange
şehirlerarası alısün santralı
toll line
geçiş parası hattı
toll way
paralı yol
toll booth
ücretli geçiş gişesi
toll centre
şehirlerarası toplama merkezi
toll circuit
şehirlerarası devre
toll dryer
büyük kazanlarda fazla miktarlardaki sıvı veya katı maddeleri anlaşma usulü kurutan firmalar
toll exchange
şehirlerarası telefon santrali
toll gate
toll bar
paralı geçiş yeri
toll bar
toll booth
gişe (karayolu)
toll booths
gişeler (karayolu)
toll call
{i} şehirlerarası arama
toll call
(isim) şehirlerarası arama
toll call
ücrete tabi konuşma
toll free call
ücretsiz arama
toll free number
ücretsiz telefon numarası
toll gate
ücretli geçiş gişesi
toll gate
paralı geçiş yeri
toll number
(Bilgisayar) ücretli arama numarası
toll office
kentlerarasi santral
toll parking
ücretli park yeri
toll plaza
ücretli geçiş gişesi
toll prefixes
(Bilgisayar) uzun mesafe önekleri
toll road
(Ticaret) paralı geçiş yolu
toll station
ücretli geçiş gişesi
city toll
(Kanun) duhuliye
city toll
death toll
(Askeri) toplam ölü sayısı
bridge toll
köprü parası
canal toll
arna geçiş vergini
death toll
ölü sayısı

Ölü sayısı 500'e yaklaşıyor. - The death toll is nearly 500.

casualty toll
Kaza bilançosu, bir kaza sonucu ölen kişi sayısı

Fierce fighting in Ivory Coast, recent casualty toll hits 80.

take a heavy toll
(deyim) Ağır darbe vurmak: The three recent deaths in his family took a heavy toll on him
take a heavy toll
(deyim) Zarar vermek, can ve/veya mal kaybına yol açmak: The fire took a heavy toll
take a toll
(deyim) Zarar vermek, can ve/veya mal kaybına yol açmak: The fire took a heavy toll
take a toll
(deyim) Ağır darbe vurmak: The three recent deaths in his family took a heavy toll on him
take heavy toll of
ağır bedel aldığından
take its toll
Zarar veya ziyana neden olmak, kötü etkisini göstermek
Otoyol gişelerinden
bridge toll
köprü geçiş ücreti
cash toll
nakit geçiş
death toll
ölenlerin sayısı
road toll
(Ticaret) otoyol ücreti
take a heavy toll
(of) (bir şey) (-e) çok zarar vermek; büyük bir kayba sebep olmak: This last campaign's taken a heavy toll of our men. Bu son seferde çok adam
take a toll of ten lines
on kişinin canına mâlolmak
take it's toll of
payını almak
take it's toll on s.o
birine zarar vermek
take it's toll on someone
birine zarar vermek
take its toll
(deyim) take its toll(of sth.) kucuk capta zarar veya ziyana neden olmak
the toll of the road
trafik kazalarındaki ölü sayısı
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The act or sound of tolling
To lure with bait (especially, fish and animals)
To suspend

The statute of limitations defense was tolled as a result of the defendant’s wrongful conduct.

A fee for using a transportation facility such a road, bridge, or ferry
To entice
To announce by tolling

The bells tolled the King’s death.

To make the noise of a bell

From the belfries far and near the funereal deathbell tolled unceasingly while all around the gloomy precincts rolled the ominous warning of a hundred muffled drums punctuated by the hollow booming of pieces of ordnance.

To impose a fee for the use of

Once more it is proposed to toll the East River bridges.

To ring a bell slowly and repeatedly
A fee for using any kind of material processing service

We can handle on a toll basis your needs for spray drying, repackaging, crushing and grinding, and dry blending.

To take away; to vacate; to annul
To take as a toll
To levy a toll on (someone or something)
A tollbooth

We will be replacing some manned tolls with high-speed device readers.

Loss or damage incurred through a disaster

The war has taken its toll on the people.

To summon by ringing a bell

The ringer tolled the workers back from the fields for vespers.

{n} an excise upon goods, see, sound of a bell
{v} to pay toll, exact, ring a bell, take away
Money paid to travel on the National Road The money was collected to repair and help maintain the Road
A liberty to buy and sell within the bounds of a manor
the sound of a bell being struck; "saved by the bell"; "she heard the distant toll of church bells"
When a bell tolls or when someone tolls it, it rings slowly and repeatedly, often as a sign that someone has died. Church bells tolled and black flags fluttered The pilgrims tolled the bell
a fee levied for the use of roads or bridges (used for maintenance) ring slowly; "For whom the bell tolls" charge a fee for using; "Toll the bridges into New York City
charge a fee for using; "Toll the bridges into New York City"
value measured by what must be given or done or undergone to obtain something; "the cost in human life was enormous"; "the price of success is hard work"; "what price glory?"
A toll road or toll bridge is a road or bridge where you have to pay in order to use it
ring slowly; "For whom the bell tolls"
Charge for use of road or bridge
The sound of a bell produced by strokes slowly and uniformly repeated
A toll is a small sum of money that you have to pay in order to use a particular bridge or road
A Toll is part of the public telephone service under a tariff that is separate form the local exchange area tariff The facilities network used primarily for toll service
a fee levied for the use of roads or bridges (used for maintenance) ring slowly; "For whom the bell tolls"
A charge for making a connection beyond an exchange boundary
To collect, as a toll
To take toll; to raise a tax
To cause to sound, as a bell, with strokes slowly and uniformly repeated; as, to toll the funeral bell
A portion of grain taken by a miller as a compensation for grinding
To strike, or to indicate by striking, as the hour; to ring a toll for; as, to toll a departed friend
To call, summon, or notify, by tolling or ringing
one of the branches of the king of Persia's revenues (Ezra 4: 13; 7: 24), probably a tax levied from those who used the bridges and fords and highways
A tax paid for some liberty or privilege, particularly for the privilege of passing over a bridge or on a highway, or for that of vending goods in a fair, market, or the like
To sound or ring, as a bell, with strokes uniformly repeated at intervals, as at funerals, or in calling assemblies, or to announce the death of a person
A fee for using something, esp. of roads and bridges
charge a fee for using; "Toll the bridges into New York City
If you say that something takes its toll or takes a heavy toll, you mean that it has a bad effect or causes a lot of suffering. Winter takes its toll on your health. if a large bell tolls, or if you toll it, it keeps ringing slowly, especially to show that someone has died. Sum levied on users of certain roads, canals, bridges, tunnels, and other such travel and transportation infrastructure, primarily to pay for construction and maintenance. Tolls were known in the ancient world and were widely used in medieval Europe as a means of supporting bridge construction. Canal building, which became extensive in Europe in the 18th-19th centuries, was financed chiefly by tolls, and many major roads were built by private companies with the right to collect tolls. In the U.S. the National Road, built beginning in 1806, was initially financed through the sale of public land, but maintenance problems led Congress to authorize tolls. Toll roads diminished in the latter part of the 19th century, but the idea was revived with the Pennsylvania Turnpike in the 1930s, and after World War II many states built toll expressways. In many countries tolls are also used to finance long-span bridges, major tunnels, and highways. They have also been blamed for both reducing, and abetting, rush-hour traffic congestion. Canal tolls are still charged in some parts of the world, notably on the Suez and Panama canals
A toll is a total number of deaths, accidents, or disasters that occur in a particular period of time. There are fears that the casualty toll may be higher. see also death toll
{f} ring
To draw; to entice; to allure
To pay toll or tallage
A fee charged to motorists for using a road Traditionally in Britain these only apply to privately run toll roads, or tunnels and bridges where the costs are repayed by the tolls The new DBFO concept (where a private company maintains a road for the government) means that 'ghost tolls' are paid by the government for every vehicle using the road The first DBFO road to charge a fee directly to motorists using toll booths across the road is the M6 Toll near Birmingham, currently under construction
A rated call (Contrast CDR - unrated call detail record) Tolls appear on the Invoice Detail
{i} tax, charge, levy; grievous price; act or sound of ringing a bell
a fee levied for the use of roads or bridges (used for maintenance)
toll booth
a booth on a toll road or toll bridge where the toll is collected
toll bridge
a bridge at which a toll is charged for passage
toll call
a telephone call with a higher charge than that for a normal local call
toll call
a long distance call
toll calls
plural form of toll call
toll plaza
a row of toll booths on a toll road or turnpike
toll plazas
plural form of toll plaza
toll road
a road, for the use of which a toll must be paid; a turnpike
toll roads
plural form of toll road
a gate or other barrier placed across a road where a toll is taken
a person who collects the toll at a toll road or toll bridge
a device that counts the people going through a turnstile and paying a toll
Without an additional toll, especially for a long distance charge
Free to use, not requiring paying a toll to use
toll free
Having no toll levied for its use; "a toll-free road"; "a toll-free telephone number"
Toll House cookie
A trademark used for a cookie made with flour, butter, and brown sugar and containing semisweet chocolate chips and often chopped nuts
toll a bell
ring a bell
toll bridge
A bridge at which a toll is charged for crossing. a bridge that you pay to drive across
toll call
A toll call is any call to a point outside the local service area
toll call
A call with incremental use (minute-by-minute) charges (Often through a Class 4 Toll Office)
toll call
a long-distance telephone call at charges above a local rate
toll call
A call that costs per minute Local phone calls are normally not billed per minute, but toll calls are
toll call
A call outside the local exchange area
toll call
A telephone call for which a higher rate is charged than that standard for a local call
toll call
  See long-distance call
toll call
{i} telephone call at a higher cost than the fixed cost charged for a local call; long distance call
toll free
toll free
toll free
toll free
toll free
Number relates to a unique telephone exchange that allows the called party to be automatically billed for the incoming call
toll free
1-800 392-5373
toll house
place in an airfield or port which receives loads of merchandise from customs
toll line
a telephone line for long-distance calls
toll line dialling
calling someone on a telephone without the use of an operator
toll manufacturing
(Ticaret) A version of contract manufacturing sometimes used in the pharmaceutical and specialty chemical industries in which production of specific batches are outsourced to GMP-certified third parties. Ingredients are usually supplied by the originating company in order to control sourcing quality
toll of the bells
sound bells make; call, cry, invitation
toll plaza
an area where tollbooths are located
toll road
a road that you pay to use
toll road
highway that one must pay a special toll so as to drive on it
free of charge, at no cost
having no toll levied for its use; "a toll-free road"; "a toll-free telephone number
A toll-free telephone number is one which you can dial without having to pay for the call. Toll-free is also an adverb. Call our customer-service staff toll-free. if you telephone a particular number toll-free, you do not have to pay for the call
having no toll levied for its use; "a toll-free road"; "a toll-free telephone number"
toll-free number
calling a number without incurring charges to one's own line
to take its toll of something
to cause the damage for

Every year at Christmas drunken driving takes its toll.

to take its toll of something
to cause the loss for

The war took its toll of human life.

death toll
The number of dead as a result of a war, natural disaster or other incident

Greenpeace report says Chernobyl death toll has been underestimated (Wikinews, April 18, 2006).

take its toll
To affect, especially negatively; to damage or degrade; to cause destruction

Heavy smoking and drinking will take its toll on a person's health.

exact a toll
Force to pay a price
A toll
death toll
total loss of life, number of persons killed (in a battle, natural disaster, etc.)
death toll
the number of deaths resulting from some particular cause such as an accident or a battle or a natural disaster
death toll
The death toll of an accident, disaster, or war is the number of people who die in it. the total number of people who die in an accident, war etc
highest death toll
largest number of people killed
take a heavy toll
exact a heavy price, require a large cost
past of toll
present participle of toll
plural of , toll
third-person singular of toll

    Турецкое произношение



    /ˈtōl/ /ˈtoʊl/


    [ 'tOl ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Middle English tol, tolle, from Old English tol, toll, toln (“toll, duty, custom”), from Proto-Germanic *tulnō (“what is counted or told”), from Proto-Indo-European *dol- (“calculation, fraud”), The Century dictionary and cyclopedia, toll.. Cognate with Dutch tol (“toll”), German Zoll (“toll, duty, customs”), Danish told (“toll, duty, tariff”), Swedish tull (“toll, customs”), Icelandic tollur (“toll”), Latin dolus (“trick, deception”). More at tell, tale. Alternate etymology derives Old English toll from Vulgar Latin *tolōneum, alteration of Latin telōneum, from Ancient Greek τελώνιον (“toll-house”) from τέλος (telos, “tax”).


    tolls, tolling, tolled

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    toll on, toll free


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