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tollbooth

noun toll·booth \ˈtōl-ˌbüth\

: a small building where you pay a toll to use a road or bridge

Full Definition of TOLLBOOTH

:  a booth (as on a highway or bridge) where tolls are paid

Origin of TOLLBOOTH

Middle English tolbothe, tollbothe tollbooth, town hall, jail, from tol, toll toll + bothe booth
First Known Use: 14th century

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