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total  Verb
Plural: totals
  1. Translate "total" to Spanish: totalizar, sumar en total
    English Synonyms of "total": add up, add up to, figure up to, totalize, tote, tot up, totalise
    Define meaning of "total": Determine the sum of. ; Add up in number or quantity.
  2. Add all the people in this town to those of the neighboring town.
    The bills amounted to $2,000.
    The bill came to $2,000.

  3. Translate "total" to Spanish: destrozar completamente, demoler, producir una pérdida total a
    English Synonyms of "total": demolish, dismantle, level, overthrow, pull down, tear down, wreck, wreck completely, write off
    Define meaning of "total": Destroy completely.

  4. Translate "total" to Spanish: sacar el total, hacer cuentas
    English Synonyms of "total": calculate, cast accounts, reckon, take off the total
    Define meaning of "total": Determine the sum of.
  5. Add all the people in this town to those of the neighboring town.

total  Noun
  1. Translate "total" to Spanish: total, suma total, montante
    English Synonyms of "total": sum total, total sum, amount, sum, lump sum, summation, full-on
    Define meaning of "total": The whole amount. ; A quantity obtained by addition.

total  Adjective
  1. Translate "total" to Spanish: total, global, de una pieza, entero, íntegro
    English Synonyms of "total": complete, comprehensive, entire, global, universal, full, full-frontal, natural-born
    Define meaning of "total": Constituting the full quantity or extent; complete. ; Complete in extent or degree and in every particular. ; Without conditions or limitations. ; Including everything.
  2. An entire town devastated by an earthquake.
    Gave full attention.
    A total failure.
    A full game.
    A total eclipse.
    A total disaster.
    A total ban.
    The overall cost.
    The total amount owed.

  3. Translate "total" to Spanish: total, abrumador, completo
    English Synonyms of "total": radical, complete, crushing, exhaustive, large, overwhelming, utter, proper
    Define meaning of "total": Without conditions or limitations.
  4. A total ban.

  5. Translate "total" to Spanish: general, que afecta todo el cuerpo
    English Synonyms of "total": general, affecting the entire body

Verb Conjugation for "total"
Gerund: totaling

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Conceptually-related expressions of "total"
a total advantage
absolute total loss
act with total indifference
actual total loss
amount to a total of
arranged total loss
assets and liabilities total
average total assets
average total cost
balance sheet total
Base Total AMS
be a total
be a total chaos
be a total confusion
be a total disaster
be a total failure
be a total ignorant
be a total lunatic
be a total mess
be a total ruin
be a total skeptic
be a total surprise
be a total wreck
be in a state of total
be in a state of total disorder
be total silence
be totaled
belief in baptism by total immersion
calculate the total
cellular phone with a mouthpiece that folds up to decrease total size
combined total
compromised total loss
congenital total lipodystrophy
consolidated average total assets
conspicuous and total failure
constructive total loss
current assets as a percentage of total assets
Current Total AMS
estimated total return
get total control
grand total
gross total income
hash total
have a problem adding up the total
have no problem adding up the total
have problems adding up the total
have total control
have total success
have trouble adding up the total
have under total control
heap of things in total disorder
in total
in total agreement
in total disorder
keep in total secret
make a play for total ownership of
make a total mess of
marginal total
net return on average total assets
overall total
permanent total disability
place of total bliss
progressive total
ratio of net income to total assets
return on average total assets
return on total assets
return on total funds
rolling total tabulator
running total
sales total
sum total
take off the total
technical total loss
tee-total
temporary total disability
the total
throw into total disarray
top off a total
trimmed total fees
up to a total of
vibrate before coming to a total rest
vibration before a total rest
with total confidence
with total honesty
year-end totals
yield a total
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