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What does taken their toll mean?


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2016-06-16 20:54:21
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A toll is a payment for traveling on a certain road, called a toll road. If something has "taken its toll," it has somehow taken something out of you - not literal payment, but emotional and/or physical energy.

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A toll is something you have to pay. Usually a fee for using a certain road for instance. Toll-free then is an option to do something similar w/o having to pay for it.

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If you mean to contact the actual company operating the toll-free number - simply call it, and ask for the company's contact details !

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It means that there is a part of the road - if you're travelling on it, that will require you to pay a toll, and part of it that will not. Like on I87, if you're just driving on it through the Bronx, you won't have to pay a toll, but if you're taking it towards upstate, there's a point where you will. That's all it means. On the flip side, there are other roads, like the NJ Turnpike, where no matter where you enter or exit, you will have to pay a toll. Those are not partial toll roads. They are plain ol' toll roads. =))

The M6 Toll is the largest toll road in the UK.

do you mean toll? if you do stand in front of it and say :toll 10 P.S. do you know how to make your own furniture in Flex Hotel?

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Don't you mean turnpike? A turnpike is an expressway, especially one on which a toll is charged.

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