tollbooth

[tohl-booth, -booth]
noun, plural tollbooths [tohl-boothz, -booths] .
1.
a booth, as at a bridge or the entrance to a toll road, where a toll is collected.
2.
Chiefly Scot. tolbooth.

Origin:
1300–50; Middle English tolbothe. See toll1, booth

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tollbooth or tolbooth (ˈtəʊlˌbuːθ, -ˌbuːð, ˈtɒl-, ˈtəʊlˌbuːθ, -ˌbuːð, ˈtɒl-)
 
n
a booth or kiosk at which a toll is collected
 
tolbooth or tolbooth
 
n

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Example sentences
She stopped at the tollbooth and stayed there, even after the gate came up.
Sales and fare collection occur at tollbooth main window, no transactions
  through back window.
Motorcyclists without tickets should purchase fare from upper lot tollbooth.
Ramp toll plazas consist of a toll plaza on a ramp, which may have a tollbooth,
  and one or more freestanding lanes.
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