Definition of 'add up to'
Example sentences containing 'add up to'
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Using it can add up to 70 worth in a year. The Sun (2016)The total added up to three times the actual profits. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Pick the ones you fancy so they add up to your daily total. The Sun (2012)All that can add up to a significant weight loss. The Sun (2013)All can add up to a bitter pill to swallow. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The conditions, atmosphere and pitch can all add up to difficult nights. The Sun (2006)Regular use of either can add up to 6lb. The Sun (2013)Family and friends can add up to 1,200 a year into the accounts. The Sun (2006)It can add up to 3lb. The Sun (2012)They include the most serious charge of aiding the enemy and could add up to a cumulative total of 154 years in jail. Times, Sunday Times (2013)That adds up to a total loss of nearly 10,000 over 20 years. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This may seem easier said than done - be aware that toiletries take up a lot of space and can add up to quite a weight. The Sun (2011)Similarly, excesses can add up to nearly 1,000. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Plus, you can still add up to three snacks a week, too! The Sun (2014)You also avoid paying things like valuation, legal and exit fees which can add up to 600 or more. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Retailers make huge profits from extended warranties, which can add up to 50 per cent of the purchase price. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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