Sinonimi di total
the whole, esp. regarded as the sum of a number of partsThe companies have a total of 1,776 employees.
The sum of all the angles of a triangle is 180 degrees.
The enormous mass of evidence also includes 1,000 witness statements.
His own diary forms the entirety of the novel.
Taken as a percentage of the whole, it has to be a fairly minor part.
If you always pay the full amount, this won't affect you.
society viewed as an aggregate of individuals
We must take into consideration the totality of the evidence.
full amount, ,
1 (aggettivo )
being or related to a totalThe total cost of the project would be more than $240 million.
Treatment is more effective if the entire family is involved.
Repeat the layers until the terrine is full.
I have now read the whole book.
the complete works of Shakespeare
The council needs to cut down its overall spending.
The Rough Guide to Nepal is a comprehensive guide to the region.
Gross sales in June totalled £270 million.
2 (aggettivo )
completeThe car was in a total mess.I mean I'm not a total idiot.
He made me look like a complete idiot.
A sick person needs to have absolute trust in a doctor.
A look of utter confusion swept across his handsome face.
She behaved like a perfect fool.
acts of sheer desperation
He told me an outright lie.
He launched an all-out attack on his critics.
I was a thorough little academic snob.
The leader of the revolt made an unconditional surrender.
downright (derogatory), ,
downright bad manners
He was a consummate liar and exaggerator.
The event was an unqualified success.
You're an out-and-out liar.
Adults rarely give the television their undivided attention.
A senior police officer had called him an unmitigated liar.
That's the most arrant nonsense I've ever heard.
deep-dyed usually derogatory)
1 (verbo )
to amount toTheir exports will total £85 million this year.
They are adding three aircraft carriers. That makes six in all.
We're told the figure could reach 100,000 next year.
The average pay rise equalled 1.41 times inflation.
They told me that their village numbered 100 or so.
work out as,
mount up to,
tot up to
2 (verbo )
to add upThey haven't totalled the exact figures.
add up, , ,
More than a quarter of seven-year-olds cannot add up properly.
I tried to compute the cash value of the ponies and horse boxes.
The `normal' by-election swing against a government is reckoned at about 5 per cent.
3 (verbo )
(informal) I broke my collar bone and totalled the bike.
Vandals wrecked the garden.
The building was completely destroyed.
The authorities were trying to smash a smuggling ring.
Their intention was to demolish his reputation.
damage beyond repair,
kennet (Australian, slang),
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in the sense of absolute
total and completeA sick person needs to have absolute trust in a doctor.
in the sense of aggregate
an amount or total formed from separate unitssociety viewed as an aggregate of individuals
in the sense of all-out
using one's maximum powersHe launched an all-out attack on his critics.
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