Definition of 'take its toll'
Example sentences containing 'take its toll'
Christianity Today (2000)
Really heavy snoring can take its toll on the heart and lungs and it is interrupting your partner's sleep too.The Sun (2014)
He showed promise in novices' hurdles and moved smoothly on his handicap debut until the heavy going took its toll.The Sun (2014)
Definition of take its toll from the Collins English Dictionary
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