Need another word that means the same as “toll”? Find 40 synonyms and 30 related words for “toll” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Toll” are: cost, price, bell, charge, fee, payment, levy, tariff, dues, tax, duty, impost, number, count, tally, total, running total, sum total, grand total, sum, score, reckoning, enumeration, register, record, inventory, list, listing, account, roll, roster, index, directory, undesirable consequence, undesirable consequences, detriment, harm, damage, injury, hurt
Toll as a Noun
Definitions of "Toll" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “toll” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- Value measured by what must be given or done or undergone to obtain something.
- The adverse effect of something.
- A charge for a long-distance telephone call.
- The number of deaths or casualties arising from a natural disaster, conflict, accident, etc.
- The sound of a bell being struck.
- A fee levied for the use of roads or bridges (used for maintenance.
- A charge payable to use a bridge or road.
Synonyms of "Toll" as a noun (40 Words)
|account||The department of a company that deals with financial accounts.|
He predicted that although it is of small account now it will rapidly increase in importance.
|bell||A percussion instrument consisting of a set of tuned bells that are struck with a hammer used as an orchestral instrument.|
The church bells tolled.
|charge||The price charged for some article or service.|
The judge s charge to the jury.
|cost||The total spent for goods or services including money and time and labor.|
The cost in human life was enormous.
|count||The total number counted.|
A blood count.
|damage||The occurrence of a change for the worse.|
She was awarded 284 000 in damages.
|detriment||A cause of harm or damage.|
He is engrossed in his work to the detriment of his married life.
|directory||A book or website listing individuals or organizations alphabetically or thematically with details such as names, addresses, and phone numbers.|
|dues||That which is deserved or owed.|
|duty||The social force that binds you to the courses of action demanded by that force.|
A strong sense of duty.
|enumeration||The action of establishing the number of something.|
Detailed enumeration of the income of the household.
|fee||An interest in land capable of being inherited.|
An annual membership fee.
|grand total||The cardinal number that is the product of 10 and 100.|
I can t see any harm in it.
|hurt||The act of damaging something or someone.|
Rolling properly into a fall minimizes hurt.
|impost||A tax or similar compulsory payment.|
Some of the labels are used for the purpose of collecting Customs duty or other imposts.
|index||A pointer on an instrument, showing a quantity, a position on a scale, etc.|
The oral hygiene index was calculated as the sum of the debris and calculus indices.
|injury||Wrongdoing that violates another’s rights and is unjustly inflicted.|
She suffered an injury to her back.
|inventory||The value of a firm’s current assets including raw materials and work in progress and finished goods.|
An inventory may be necessary to see if anything is missing.
|levy||A tax raised by levying.|
We all pay a fossil fuel levy in our electricity bills.
|list||A formal structure analogous to a list by which items of data can be stored or processed in a definite order.|
The ship developed a list to starboard.
|listing||The act of making a list of items.|
|number||A numbered item in a series.|
The exhibition attracted vast numbers of visitors.
|payment||Something given as a reward or in recompense for something done.|
Three interest free monthly payments.
|price||The amount of money needed to purchase something.|
Land could be sold for a high price.
|reckoning||A person’s opinion or judgement.|
The fear of being brought to reckoning.
|record||Anything such as a document or a phonograph record or a photograph providing permanent evidence of or information about past events.|
He tied the Olympic record.
|register||A cashbox with an adding machine to register transactions used in shops to add up the bill.|
The central register shows a Roman Emperor on horseback.
|roll||A document typically an official record historically kept in scroll form.|
The school had no one by his name on its roll.
|roster||A list of members of a team or organization, in particular of sports players available for team selection.|
Next week s duty roster.
|running total||The act of running; traveling on foot at a fast pace.|
|score||An act of gaining a goal or point in a game.|
What s wrong Simon What s the score.
|sum||A quantity obtained by the addition of a group of numbers.|
They could not afford such a sum.
|sum total||The choicest or most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience.|
|tally||An account kept by means of a tally.|
I kept a tally of David s debt on a note above my desk.
|tariff||A list of import or export tariffs.|
The reduction of trade barriers and import tariffs.
|tax||A compulsory contribution to state revenue, levied by the government on workers’ income and business profits, or added to the cost of some goods, services, and transactions.|
A tax bill.
|total||The whole amount.|
He scored a total of thirty three points.
|undesirable consequence||One whose presence is undesirable.|
|undesirable consequences||One whose presence is undesirable.|
Usage Examples of "Toll" as a noun
- The environmental toll of the policy has been high.
- The toll of dead and injured mounted.
- She heard the distant toll of church bells.
- A toll bridge.
- Motorway tolls.
Associations of "Toll" (30 Words)
|bridge||Be or make a bridge over something.|
Ebony bridges and fingerboards.
|bypass||An alternative channel created during a bypass operation.|
You cannot bypass these rules.
|charge||Cause formation of a net electrical charge in or on.|
This cartridge has a powder charge of 50 grains.
|cost||Legal expenses, especially those allowed in favour of the winning party or against the losing party in a suit.|
We are able to cover the cost of the event.
|crosscut||Cut using a diagonal line.|
|dam||Build a dam across a river or lake.|
Discussion was in full flow and refused to be dammed.
He stuck his head in the doorway.
|driving||Having the power of driving or impelling.|
He was the driving force behind the plan.
|embankment||A long artificial mound of stone or earth; built to hold back water or to support a road or as protection.|
A railway embankment.
|entrance||The right, means, or opportunity to enter somewhere or be a member of an institution, society, or other body.|
The entrance to a tunnel.
|expressway||A broad highway designed for high-speed traffic.|
|fare||A passenger paying to travel in a taxi.|
Traditional Scottish fare.
|floodgate||Regulator consisting of a valve or gate that controls the rate of water flow through a sluice.|
Suspension of surveillance opened the floodgates to illegal immigrants.
A logic gate.
|highway||(chiefly in official use) a public road.|
An information highway.
|lane||A well-defined track or path; for e.g. swimmers or lines of traffic.|
A bus lane.
|lintel||Horizontal beam used as a finishing piece over a door or window.|
|overpass||Bridge formed by the upper level of a crossing of two highways at different levels.|
Did not its sublimity overpass a little the bounds of the ridiculous.
|penstock||A sluice for controlling or directing the flow of water.|
|price||Attach price labels or tickets to an item for sale.|
The cattle thief has a price on his head.
|prohibitive||Tending to discourage (especially of prices.|
The price was prohibitive.
|purchaser||A person who buys something; a buyer.|
One of the club s prospective purchasers.
|reimbursement||The action of repaying a person who has spent or lost money.|
Reimbursement of everyday medical costs.
|road||The part of a road intended for vehicles especially in contrast to a verge or pavement.|
He had to work in a road about six feet wide.
|route||Send via a specific route.|
All lines of communication were routed through London.
|shut||Move so that an opening or passage is obstructed make shut.|
They ought to shut the path up to that terrible cliff.
|skyway||A designated route followed by airplanes in flying from one airport to another.|
A second storey skyway links the two shops.
|sluice||Draw through a sluice.|
|subscription||An arrangement to receive something, typically a publication, regularly by paying in advance.|
He signed the letter and added a subscription.
|tollbooth||A town jail.|