Translation: from spanish

take their toll

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  • take their toll — to have a bad effect on someone or something. Bringing up nine children had taken its toll on my mother. (often + on) The disease has taken a horrendous toll in parts of western Africa …   New idioms dictionary

  • to take their toll — to take its/their toll (on sth/sb) ► if something takes its toll, it causes damage: »The recession is taking its toll on small businesses. »The building was once a model of its kind, but years of neglect have taken their toll. »Stress can take a… …   Financial and business terms

  • to take their toll on sb — to take its/their toll (on sth/sb) ► if something takes its toll, it causes damage: »The recession is taking its toll on small businesses. »The building was once a model of its kind, but years of neglect have taken their toll. »Stress can take a… …   Financial and business terms

  • to take their toll on sth — to take its/their toll (on sth/sb) ► if something takes its toll, it causes damage: »The recession is taking its toll on small businesses. »The building was once a model of its kind, but years of neglect have taken their toll. »Stress can take a… …   Financial and business terms

  • to take their toll on sth/sb — to take its/their toll (on sth/sb) ► if something takes its toll, it causes damage: »The recession is taking its toll on small businesses. »The building was once a model of its kind, but years of neglect have taken their toll. »Stress can take a… …   Financial and business terms

  • take its toll — cause loss or damage His new job and the long hours have begun to take their toll on his health …   Idioms and examples

  • take its toll — phrase to harm or damage someone or something, especially in a gradual way The recession has taken a heavy toll. take its toll on: The stress was beginning to take its toll on their marriage. Thesaurus: to have a bad effect, or to reduce a good… …   Useful english dictionary

  • take its toll — to harm or damage someone or something, especially in a gradual way The recession has taken a heavy toll. take its toll on: The stress was beginning to take its toll on their marriage …   English dictionary

  • take its toll — {v. phr.} To cause loss or damage. * /The bombs had taken their toll on the little town./ * /The budget cut took its toll of teachers./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • take its toll — {v. phr.} To cause loss or damage. * /The bombs had taken their toll on the little town./ * /The budget cut took its toll of teachers./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • take\ its\ toll — v. phr. To cause loss or damage. The bombs had taken their toll on the little town. The budget cut took its toll of teachers …   Словарь американских идиом


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