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Another word for total

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Noun
  1. A number or quantity obtained as a result of addition

      1. A recital of events or happenings; a report or revelation:
      2. A malicious story, piece of gossip, or petty complaint.
      3. A deliberate lie; a falsehood.
      1. The quality or state of being total:
      2. An aggregate amount; a sum.
      3. The phase of an eclipse when it is total.
      1. the total arrived at by adding up a sum or sums
      2. everything involved or included
      1. The act or process of adding; addition.
      2. A sum or aggregate.
      3. A concluding argument after the presentation of a legal case, especially an argument made to a judge or jury by an attorney for a party as to why that party should prevail.
      1. An amount obtained as a result of adding numbers.
      2. An arithmetic problem:
      3. The whole amount, quantity, or number; an aggregate:
      1. The total of two or more quantities; the aggregate.
      2. A number; a sum.
      3. A principal plus its interest, as in a loan.
      1. Constituting or amounting to a whole; total:
      2. Crowded or massed into a dense cluster.
      3. Composed of a mixture of minerals separable by mechanical means.
    See also:

    count

Adjective
  1. Including every constituent or individual

      1. Containing all components; complete:
      2. Not divided or disjoined; in one unit:
      3. Constituting the full amount, extent, or duration:
      1. Exclusive of deductions; total:
      2. Unmitigated in any way; utter:
      3. So obvious or conspicuous as to cause or heighten offense:
      1. Having no part excluded or left out; whole:
      2. Constituting the full amount, extent, or duration:
      3. Not broken, decayed, or divided; intact:
      1. Having all necessary or normal parts, components, or steps; entire:
      2. Having all principal parts, namely, the sepals, petals, stamens, and pistil or pistils. Used of a flower.
      3. Having come to an end; concluded:
      1. Being or representing the entire or total number, amount, or quantity:
      2. Constituting, being, or representing the total extent or the whole:
      3. Being the utmost possible of:
    See also:

    part

  2. Completely such, without qualification or exception

Verb
  1. To combine (figures) to form a sum

      1. To make or combine into a total.
      1. A small child.
      2. A small amount, as of liquor.
      1. An amount obtained as a result of adding numbers.
      2. An arithmetic problem:
      3. The whole amount, quantity, or number; an aggregate:
      1. The lower extremity of the vertebrate leg that is in direct contact with the ground in standing or walking.
      2. A structure used for locomotion or attachment in an invertebrate animal, such as the muscular organ extending from the ventral side of a mollusk.
      3. The lowest part; the bottom:
      1. To throw (something, especially something light):
      2. To throw with force; hurl:
      3. To throw or propel a lure or bait at the end of (a fishing line) into the water so as to catch fish or other aquatic life.
      1. To join or combine (numbers) through addition:
      2. To join or unite so as to increase in size, quantity, quality, or scope:
      3. To say or write further.
    See also:

    increase

  2. To come to in number or quantity

      1. (intransitive but with prepositional object, literally) To enter by running.
      2. (intransitive but with prepositional object) To collide with.
      3. (with prepositional object) To cause to collide with.
      1. To stretch out or put forth (a body part); extend:
      2. To touch or grasp by stretching out or extending:
      3. To arrive at; attain:
      1. A member of the set of positive integers; one of a series of symbols of unique meaning in a fixed order that can be derived by counting.
      2. A member of any of the following sets of mathematical objects: integers, rational numbers, real numbers, and complex numbers. These sets can be derived from the positive integers through various algebraic and analytic constructions.
      3. Arithmetic.
      1. The total of two or more quantities; the aggregate.
      2. A number; a sum.
      3. A principal plus its interest, as in a loan.
      1. Constituting or amounting to a whole; total:
      2. Crowded or massed into a dense cluster.
      3. Composed of a mixture of minerals separable by mechanical means.
    See also:

    increase

  3. To cause the complete ruin or wreckage of

      1. The act of destroying or the state of being destroyed; destruction:
      2. Accidental destruction of a ship; a shipwreck.
      3. The stranded hulk of a severely damaged ship.
      1. Destruction or ruin. Used chiefly in the phrase wrack and ruin.
      1. (UK, intransitive) To clean the utensils, dishes etc. used in preparing and eating a meal.
      2. (US, intransitive) To wash one's hands and/or face, often around mealtimes.
      3. (intransitive, of water) To carry an object to land.
      1. To reverse or erase; annul:
      2. To untie, disassemble, or loosen:
      3. To open (a parcel, for example); unwrap.
      1. A cigar-shaped, self-propelled underwater projectile launched from a submarine, aircraft, or ship and designed to detonate on contact with or in the vicinity of a target.
      2. Any of various submarine explosive devices, especially a submarine mine.
      3. A small explosive placed on a railroad track that is fired by the weight of the train to sound a warning of an approaching hazard.
      1. To impair or destroy the value or quality of; ruin:
      2. To harm the character of (a child) by overindulgence or leniency.
      3. To plunder; despoil.
      1. To break (something) into pieces suddenly, noisily, and violently; shatter.
      2. To render (something) into a mush or pulp, as by throwing or crushing:
      3. To strike with a heavy blow or impact:
      1. To go below the surface of water or another liquid:
      2. To descend to the bottom of a body of water or other liquid:
      3. To fall or drop to a lower level, especially to go down slowly or in stages:
      1. To cause to break or burst suddenly into pieces, as with a violent blow.
      2. To damage seriously; disable:
      3. To cause the destruction or ruin of; destroy:
      1. The state of being physically destroyed, collapsed, or decayed:
      2. The state of being extensively harmed or damaged:
      3. Poverty of bankruptcy:
      1. To stop (doing an activity or task) after reaching the point at which there is nothing left to do:
      2. To bring to a required or desired state:
      3. To arrive at or attain the end of:
      1. To break apart the structure of, render physically unusable, or cause to cease to exist as a distinguishable physical entity:
      2. To put an end to; eliminate:
      3. To render useless or ruin:
      1. To tear down or break apart the structure of; raze.
      2. To do away with completely; put an end to:
      3. To damage (someone's reputation, for example) severely.
      1. Alternative form of breakdown.
      2. (intransitive) to fail, to cease to function
      3. (ergative, figuratively) to render or to become unstable due to stress, to collapse physically or mentally
      1. A person, business, or organization legally declared insolvent because of inability to pay debts.
      2. A person who is totally lacking in a specified resource or quality:
      3. Having been legally declared insolvent.

Another word for total

Modifier
  1. Whole

      1. Increasing or enlarging by successive addition.
      2. Acquired by or resulting from accumulation.
      3. Of or relating to interest or a dividend that is added to the next payment if not paid when due.
      1. Having all necessary or normal parts, components, or steps; entire:
      2. Having all principal parts, namely, the sepals, petals, stamens, and pistil or pistils. Used of a flower.
      3. Having come to an end; concluded:
      1. Taking a great deal or everything within its scope; comprehensive:
      2. Including the specified extremes or limits as well as the area between them:
      3. Of, relating to, or being a first person plural pronoun that includes the addressee, such as we in the sentence If you're hungry, we could order some pizza.
      1. Having no part excluded or left out; whole:
      2. Constituting the full amount, extent, or duration:
      3. Not broken, decayed, or divided; intact:
    See also:

    whole

  2. Utter

      1. Exhaustively complete:
      2. Painstakingly accurate or careful:
      3. Absolute; utter:
      1. To send forth with the voice:
      2. To articulate (words); pronounce or speak:
      3. To put (counterfeit currency or a forged check or instrument) into circulation:
      1. Having all necessary or normal parts, components, or steps; entire:
      2. Having all principal parts, namely, the sepals, petals, stamens, and pistil or pistils. Used of a flower.
      3. Having come to an end; concluded:
Noun
      1. To happen as a consequence:
      2. To end in a particular way:
      3. Something that follows naturally from a particular action, operation, or course; a consequence or outcome.
      1. The state of being entire or complete; wholeness:
      2. The entire amount or extent; the whole:
      1. An amount obtained as a result of adding numbers.
      2. An arithmetic problem:
      3. The whole amount, quantity, or number; an aggregate:
    See also:

    sum

    whole

Verb
  1. To add

    See also:

    add

  2. To amount to