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Meaning & Definition of Total in English

English

Total

/toʊtəl/

noun

1. The whole amount

    synonym:
  • sum
  • ,
  • total
  • ,
  • totality
  • ,
  • aggregate

2. A quantity obtained by the addition of a group of numbers

    synonym:
  • sum
  • ,
  • amount
  • ,
  • total

verb

1. Add up in number or quantity

  • "The bills amounted to $2,000"
  • "The bill came to $2,000"
    synonym:
  • total
  • ,
  • number
  • ,
  • add up
  • ,
  • come
  • ,
  • amount

2. Determine the sum of

  • "Add all the people in this town to those of the neighboring town"
    synonym:
  • total
  • ,
  • tot
  • ,
  • tot up
  • ,
  • sum
  • ,
  • sum up
  • ,
  • summate
  • ,
  • tote up
  • ,
  • add
  • ,
  • add together
  • ,
  • tally
  • ,
  • add up

3. Damage beyond the point of repair

  • "My son totaled our new car"
  • "The rock star totals his guitar at every concert"
    synonym:
  • total

adjective

1. Constituting the full quantity or extent

  • Complete
  • "An entire town devastated by an earthquake"
  • "Gave full attention"
  • "A total failure"
    synonym:
  • entire
  • ,
  • full
  • ,
  • total

2. Complete in extent or degree and in every particular

  • "A full game"
  • "A total eclipse"
  • "A total disaster"
    synonym:
  • full
  • ,
  • total

Examples of using

The weight of aluminium in the Earth's crust corresponds to 8.13% of the total weight.
He's a total wreck.
She's a total wreck.