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Meaning
Noun
●
An amount
obtained
by the
addition
of
smaller
amounts.
●
In Mathematics:
Sum.
Adj
●
Entire;
relating
to the whole of something.
●
Complete; absolute.
●
In Mathematics:
(of a
function
) Defined on all possible inputs.
Verb
●
To
add up
; to
calculate
the
sum
of.
●
To
equal
a total of; to amount to.
●
In American English:
To
demolish
; to
wreck
completely
. (from total loss)
●
To amount to; to
add up
to.
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Origin
total
English
total
Middle English (1100-1500)
totalis
Latin
totus
Latin
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Etym
Synonyms
Sum
Totall
Entire
Abject
Absolute
Arrant
Categoric
Categorical
Complete
Consummate
Downright
Full-Bore
Mere
Outright
Out-And-Out
Perfect
Proper
Pure
Regular
Sheer
Straight-Out
Thorough
Thoroughgoing
Total
Unadulterated
Unalloyed
Uncompromising
Unconditional
Unfettered
Unmitigated
Unqualified
Unreserved
Unrestricted
Utter
Wholesale
Full
Whole
Demolish
Trash
Wreck
Aggregate
Aggregates
Overall
Summate
Destroy
Add Up
Root And Branch
More
Antonyms
Conditional
Limited
Mitigated
Partial
Relative
Reserved
Related
Maximum
Whopping
Average
Number
Cumulative
Approx
Amount
Minimum
Net
Equal
Percentage
Increase
Massive
Sample
Count
Paltry
Cost
Comprise
Exceed
Score
Majority
Percent
Estimate
Reach
Equivalent
Set
Estimated
Surpass
Represent
Huge
Averaged
Colossal
Mean
Decrease
Proportion
Quadruple
Staggering
Equaling
Measure
Span
Combined
Calculate
Earned
Net Loss
Random Sample
Net Income
Give Or Take
More
Rhymes
Total
Scrotal
Anecdotal
Sacerdotal
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