1. A tax or due paid for the use of something; esp., the consideration paid either to use a public road, highway, or bridge, or to maintain a booth for the sale of goods at a fair or market. [Cases: Bridges 33; Turnpikes and Toll Roads 37. C.J.S. Bridges ¡ì¡ì 65¨C69; Turnpikes and Toll Roads¡ì¡ì 36, 40.]
2. A right to collect such a tax or due.
3. The privilege of being free from such a tax or due.
4. A charge for a long-distance telephone call. [Cases: Telecommunications 323.]
1. To annul or take away (toll a right of entry).
2. (Of a time period, esp. a statutory one) to stop the running of; to abate (toll the limitations period). See EQUITABLE TOLLING.
3. Hist. To raise or collect a tax or due for the use of something.
How do bilingual lawyers in China usually translate the term TOLL?