[ US /ˈtoʊɫˌbuθ/ ]
[ UK /tˈə‍ʊlbuːθ/ ]
  1. a booth at a tollgate where the toll collector collects tolls
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How To Use tollbooth In A Sentence

  • There were 20 tollbooths at the toll station studied.
  • Current practice tends to emphasize only vehicle-type differentiation, primarily for administrative ease in toll collection via tollbooths.
  • The outgrowth is something called "contactless payment" - already available at a gas pump or tollbooth near you.
  • In amongst the ranks of commuters' cars queuing up at the tollbooths were the vehicles of those who were heading north for a more adventurous weekend.
  • We were back on course and heading through a purple and yellow tollbooth by the time Louis spoke.
  • On your way to the airport, you are passing tollbooths while your transponder makes a record of where you are.
  • The causeway near the mill, crossing the creek, is a toll bridge, with tollbooth intact.
  • Sidewalk with a tollbooth: Dan Snyder's latest idea to gouge fans at FedEx Field. Week 888: Make up a word based on someone's name
  • Other networks are more sophisticated, like the new beltway around Toronto, a toll road without tollbooths: transponders, cameras, and license-plate numbers provide the billing information.
  • They also took over a tollbooth on the Oaxaca-Cuacnopalan highway, and let vehicles pass without paying tolls.
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