# in+sum+total

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**total**— n. 1) to add up, calculate, tally up a total 2) a combined; grand; sum total * * * [ təʊtl] calculate grand sum total tally up a total a combined to add up …52

**total**— adj 1. whole, entire, integral, complete; aggregate, collective, combined, composite; full, plenary; comprehensive, universal, inclusive, all inclusive, all embracing; extensive, extended, widespread. 2. thorough, exhaustive, in depth, A to Z,… …53

**total**— to|tal1 W1S1 [ˈtəutl US ˈtou ] adj [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: Medieval Latin totalis, from Latin totus whole ] 1.) [usually before noun] complete, or as great as is possible total failure/disaster ▪ The sales campaign was a total… …54

**total**— 1 adjective 1 (only before noun) complete, and affecting or including everything: The sales campaign was a total disaster. | a total ban on cigarette advertising 2 total number/amount/cost etc the number, amount etc that is the total: total sales …55

**total**— {{11}}total (adj.) late 14c., from O.Fr. total, from M.L. totalis entire, total (as in summa totalis sum total ), from L. totus all, whole, entire, of unknown origin. Total war is attested from 1937, in reference to a concept developed in Germany …56

**total**— 01. The [total] number of students in the English Language Program is about 250. 02. The movie we went to last night was [totally] unreal. You ve got to see it. 03. The [total] of 5 plus 8 is 13. 04. Hundreds of stolen CDs, [totaling] over… …57

**sum up**— v. figure out the total, compute the sum total; wrap things up, draw something to a close …58

**total**— I. a. 1. Whole, complete, full, entire. 2. Integral, entire, undivided. II. n. Whole, totality, aggregate, gross, lump, mass, amount, sum, sum total, gross amount …59

**sum**— [sum; ] for n. 6 [ so͞om] n. [ME somme < MFr < L summa, fem. of summus, highest, superl. < base of super: see SUPER ] 1. an amount of money [a sum paid in reparation] 2. the whole amount; totality; aggregate [the sum of our experience] 3 …60

**sum**— n Sum, amount, number, aggregate, total, whole, quantity denote a result obtained by putting or taking together all in a given group or mass. Sum denotes the result of simple addition, usually of figures, sometimes of particulars {four is the sum …