Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of toll.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of toll.

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Examples

  • All roads were excellent and the increase in tolls is more than offset by the improved roads, particularly Mazatlan to Tepic.

    Hwy 15D from Mexicali to GDL

  • All roads were excellent and the increase in tolls is more than offset by the improved roads, particularly Mazatlan to Tepic.

    Hwy 15D from Mexicali to GDL

  • All roads were excellent and the increase in tolls is more than offset by the improved roads, particularly Mazatlan to Tepic.

    Hwy 15D from Mexicali to GDL

  • All roads were excellent and the increase in tolls is more than offset by the improved roads, particularly Mazatlan to Tepic.

    Hwy 15D from Mexicali to GDL

  • All roads were excellent and the increase in tolls is more than offset by the improved roads, particularly Mazatlan to Tepic.

    Hwy 15D from Mexicali to GDL

  • All roads were excellent and the increase in tolls is more than offset by the improved roads, particularly Mazatlan to Tepic.

    Hwy 15D from Mexicali to GDL

  • I can drive from San Cristóbal de Las Casas to Lake Chapala, some 1,500 kilometers, over fine autopistas paid for in tolls by those using these great highways and both towns in which we live boast good restaurants and civilized residents and gorgeous scenery.

    Mexican govt taking your money?

  • I can drive from San Cristóbal de Las Casas to Lake Chapala, some 1,500 kilometers, over fine autopistas paid for in tolls by those using these great highways and both towns in which we live boast good restaurants and civilized residents and gorgeous scenery.

    Mexican govt taking your money?

  • I can drive from San Cristóbal de Las Casas to Lake Chapala, some 1,500 kilometers, over fine autopistas paid for in tolls by those using these great highways and both towns in which we live boast good restaurants and civilized residents and gorgeous scenery.

    Mexican govt taking your money?

  • I can drive from San Cristóbal de Las Casas to Lake Chapala, some 1,500 kilometers, over fine autopistas paid for in tolls by those using these great highways and both towns in which we live boast good restaurants and civilized residents and gorgeous scenery.

    Mexican govt taking your money?

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