Definition of 'add up'
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How did the numbers add up for your club in the transfer window? Times, Sunday Times (2015)Now all he is doing is adding up how long he has to serve. The Sun (2006)Even now most governments are assuming that people's claims collectively can be made to add up by a growing economy. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'add up'
British English: add up /æd ʌp/ VERB
If you add up numbers or amounts, or if you add them up, you calculate their total.
Add up the total of those six games.
- American English: add up
- Arabic: يُجْمَعُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: somar
- Chinese: 增添
- Croatian: zbrojiti
- Czech: sečíst
- Danish: lægge sammen
- Dutch: optellen
- European Spanish: sumar
- Finnish: laskea yhteen
- French: additionner
- German: addieren
- Greek: αθροίζω
- Italian: sommare
- Japanese: ･･･を合計する
- Korean: 합계하다
- Norwegian: summere
- Polish: dodać sumować
- European Portuguese: somar
- Romanian: a însuma
- Russian: складывать
- Spanish: sumar
- Swedish: summera
- Thai: คิดผลรวม
- Turkish: toplamak matematik
- Ukrainian: складати
- Vietnamese: tính tổng
Definition of add up from the Collins English Dictionary
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