toll

  常用词汇  
[təʊl]     [toʊl]    
  • n. 伤亡人数;钟声;通行费;代价
  • v. 敲钟
tolled tolled tolling tolls
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toll的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

n. (名词)
  1. 伤亡人数
  2. 运费,长途电话费,使用费,服务费,设摊费,租费
  3. 钟声
  4. 损失,代价,牺牲
  5. 通行费,渡河费
  6. 通行费征收处
  7. 税,通行税,过境税,过桥税,港口税,市场税
v. (动词)
  1. 征收捐税
  2. 召唤,宣告,报丧
  3. 鸣报,鸣(钟) ,敲(钟)
  4. 向…征收捐税
  5. 缴纳通行税,征收通行税
  6. 撤销
  7. 缓慢而反复地敲响
  8. 抽取部分作为费用
  9. 引诱,勾引

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [C]通行费 a fee charged for passage
  2. [U]伤亡人数;遭受损失 suffering,deaths or damage
v. (动词)
  1. vt. & vi. 缓慢敲响 ring,sound slowly

英英释义

Noun:
  1. a fee levied for the use of roads or bridges (used for maintenance)

  2. 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?"

  3. the sound of a bell being struck;

    "saved by the bell"
    "she heard the distant toll of church bells"

Verb:
  1. ring slowly;

    "For whom the bell tolls"

  2. charge a fee for using;

    "Toll the bridges into New York City"

toll的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. The death toll mounted (to 100).
    死亡人数上升(至100).
  2. The government tried to keep the death toll at a lower level.
    政府力图将死亡人数控制在较低标准。
  3. We heard the toll of the church bells.
    我们听到了教堂大钟传来的钟声。
  4. When you hear the bells toll, you'll know I'm not far.
    当你听到钟声,就说明我已经在附近了。
  5. Anyone travelling across the bridge has to pay a toll.
    过这座桥的人都要付通行费。
  6. Years of hardship and neglect had taken their toll.
    多年的劳累和疏于保养损害了他们的健康。
用作动词 (v.)
  1. The church bell tolled the hour.
    教堂的鸣钟报时。
  2. At nightfall the bells would toll 108 times.
    每到黄昏时分,钟鸣一百零八响。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. All vehicles travelling across the bridge have to pay a toll.
    所有过桥的车辆都要付过桥费。
  2. Independent sources say that the civilian death toll runs into thousands.
    独立消息人士说平民死亡人数达数千。
用作动词 (v.)
用作不及物动词 S+~(+A)
  1. At Cathedral Square, the bell of the medieval tower tolled.
    在大教堂广场上,中世纪塔楼的钟敲响了。
用作及物动词 S+ ~+n./pron.
  1. At the news of victory, church bells were tolled across the land.
    听到胜利的消息,教堂的钟声传遍全国各地。

词汇搭配

经典引文

  • Tax and toll, From many an inland town and haven large.

    出自: Tennyson
  • Forfeitures went to Sunderland. On every grant toll was paid to him.

    出自: Ld Macaulay
  • The bee, tolling from every flower The virtuous sweets.

    出自:2 Henry IV , Shakespeare
  • Slow tolls the village-clock the drowsy hour.

    出自: J. Beattie
  • And bells toll'd out their mighty peal.

    出自: Sir W. Scott

toll的详细讲解:

词义辨析

n. (名词)
toll, charge, dues, fare, fee
  • 这组词的共同意思是“费”。其区别是:
  • charge是普通用语,泛指生活各方面所花费的“价钱”“费用”,尤指某种服务的“费用”; fee指付给团体的费用,如“报名费”“会费”或付给自由职业者如私人教师、医生、律师等所收的“费用”或“谢金”,还可指“租书费”等; dues指应缴的款或应付的各种税或各种组织的会费; toll指使用道路、桥梁、海港等所需的“过路费”“过桥费”,也可指长途电话费、设施使用费或市场的摊位费等; 而fare主要指车、船、飞机等的旅费。例如:
  • The guidebook to the museum is available free of charge.这个博物馆的游览指南免费供应。
  • The doctor's fee was higher than we expected.那医生收费比我们预料的要高。
  • The shipowners must pay the dues for the use of the harbour every year.船主们每年必须交租用港口税。
  • A toll must be paid on the tunnel.通过这条隧道必须付通行费。
  • When you take a bus you have to pay the fare.坐公共汽车必须买票。
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