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total /ˈtəʊtl $ ˈtoʊ-/ adjective
total noun [countable]
total verb (past tense and past participle totalled, present participle totalling, totaled, totaling)

کلی ، تام ، مطلق ، جمع کل ، کامل ، مجموع ، جمله ، حاصل جمع ، سرجمع کردن ، علوم مهندسی: کل ، عمران: مجموع ، قانون ـ فقه: جامع ، بازرگانی: جمع زدن ، مجموع ، علوم هوایی: کل
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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- whole, aggregate, entirety, full amount, sum, totality
- complete, absolute, comprehensive, entire, full, gross, thoroughgoing, undivided, utter, whole
- amount to, come to, mount up to, reach
- add up, reckon, tot up
Antonyms: partial, limited
Contrasted words: hampered, impeded, trammeled, restrained, restricted, stinted
Related Idioms: mount up to, pile up to
Related Words: overall, comprehensive, full, inclusive, plenary, teetotal, authoritative, absolute, arbitrary, despotic, omnipotent, monopolistic, out-and-out, unreserved, unrestricted, comprise, consist (of), stack up, equal, result (in), yield, crack up, smash
English Thesaurus: calculate, work out, figure out, count, total, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

Total trademark
a chain of petrol stations in the UK, owned by the European company TotalFinaElf

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. total1 S1 W1 /ˈtəʊtl $ ˈtoʊ-/ adjective
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: 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 disaster.
a total ban on cigarette advertising
He looked at her with a total lack of comprehension.
a sport that demands total commitment

2. total number/amount/cost etc the number, amount etc that is the total:
total sales of 200,000 per year
Her total income was £10,000 a year.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. total2 S2 W2 noun [countable]

1. the final number or amount of things, people etc when everything has been counted:
That’s £7 and £3.50, so the total is £10.50.
a total of 20/100 etc
A total of thirteen meetings were held to discuss the issue.
in total
There were probably about 40 people there in total.
the sum total (=the whole of an amount when everything is considered together)

2. grand total
a) the final total, including all the totals added together ⇒ subtotal
b) used humorously when you think the final total is small:
I earned a grand total of $4.15.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. total3 verb (past tense and past participle totalled, present participle totalling British English, totaled, totaling American English)

1. [linking verb, transitive] to reach a particular total:
The group had losses totalling $3 million this year.

Total is used especially in journalism. In everyday English, people usually say that something makes or adds up to a particular total:
Three and six make nine.

2. [transitive] especially American English informal to damage a car so badly that it cannot be repaired:
Chuck totaled his dad’s new Toyota.
total something ↔ up phrasal verb
to find the total number or total amount of something by adding:
At the end of the game, total up everyone’s score to see who has won.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. annual, monthly | combined, cumulative, grand, overall, sum His two goals give him a grand total of 32 for the season. The sum total of my knowledge of biology is not impressive.
final | high, huge, large, record a record total of victories
low, small | global, national, world/worldwide | jobless, unemployment Britain's jobless total rose by 20,000 last month.
VERB + TOTAL add up to, give, make (up) Their earnings were £250, £300 and £420, giving a total of £970.
bring, take A donation of £250 has been received, bringing the total to £3,750.
achieve The Greens achieved a total of 18 seats.
TOTAL + VERB rise | fall
PREP. in ~ In total, they spent 420 hours on the project.
out of a ~ of 180 vehicles out of a total of 900 examined were not roadworthy.
~ of

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


make a total of 100 etc
The £1,750 raised by staff has been matched by the company, making a total of £3,500.
bring the total to 100 etc
Police arrested more than 200 protesters yesterday, bringing the total detained to nearly 500.
add to a total
He wants to add to his total of three Olympic gold medals.
the final total
Mrs Menzies said the final total could be as much as £750.
the sum total (=the whole of an amount, when everything is added together)
This was the sum total of her grandfather's possessions.
a combined/overall total (=the sum of two or more amounts added together)
The Jones family has a combined total of 143 years' service with the company.
an annual/monthly/weekly/daily total
The Government plans to increase the annual total of 2,500 adoptions by up to 50%.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: sum total

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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