### total

- IPA[ˈtəʊtl]

英式

- comprising the whole number or amount；complete; absolute
- the whole number or amount of something
- amount in number to；add up the full number or amount of

#### verb:

**total**, 3rd person present:**totals**, gerund or present participle:**totalling**, past tense:**totalled**, past participle:**totalled**

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- 相關詞

### 形容詞

- 1. comprising the whole number or amount a total cost of £4,000 同義詞
- 2. complete; absolute it is a matter of total indifference to me a total stranger 同義詞 反義詞

### 名詞

- 1. the whole number or amount of something he scored a total of thirty-three points in total, 200 people were interviewed

### 動詞

- 1. amount in number to they were left with debts
**totalling**£6,260 同義詞 - ▪ add up the full number or amount of the scores were totalled 同義詞
- 2. North American informal damage (something, typically a vehicle) beyond repair; wreck he almost totalled the car 同義詞

- immersion of the whole body in water, in particular as a form of baptism: more than 100 members of the sect were baptised in Florida, undergoing total immersion as is traditional

### Oxford Dictionary

- an eclipse in which the whole of the disc of the sun or moon is obscured.

### Oxford Dictionary

- complete abstinence from drinking alcohol: a pledge of total abstinence

### Oxford Dictionary

- another term for sum

### Oxford Dictionary

- the final amount after everything is added up; the sum of other totals: add together the individual totals to arrive at your grand total a grand total of eighteen weeks

### Oxford Dictionary

- another term for enthalpy

### Oxford American Dictionary

- another term for enthalpy

### Oxford Dictionary

- another term for sum

### Oxford American Dictionary

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- IPA[ˈtōd(ə)l]

美式

- comprising the whole number or amount: a total cost of $4,000
- the whole number or amount of something: he scored a total of thirty-three points in total, 200 people were interviewed
- amount in number to: they were left with debts totaling $6,260

### Oxford American Dictionary