# sum+total

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**total**— Synonyms and related words: absolute, account, accumulative, across the board, add, add up, add up to, addend, admitting no exception, aggregate, aggregate to, all, all comprehending, all comprehensive, all covering, all embracing, all… …42

**total**— Complete amount of buy or sell interest, as opposed to having more behind it . Bloomberg Financial Dictionary See: partial. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * ▪ I. total to‧tal 1 [ˈtəʊtl ǁ ˈtoʊ ] adjective [only before a noun] with everything… …43

**sum**— [[t]sʌ̱m[/t]] ♦♦♦ sums, summing, summed 1) N COUNT: oft N of n A sum of money is an amount of money. Large sums of money were lost... Even the relatively modest sum of ₤50,000 now seems beyond his reach. 2) N COUNT A sum is a simple calculation… …44

**sum**— I. n. 1. Aggregate amount, total, totality, the whole, sum total, gross amount. 2. Quantity of money, any amount. 3. Summary, compendium, amount, substance, sum and substance. 4. Height, completion, summit, acme. 5. Question (in arithmetic),… …45

**sum**— 01. The [sum] of five plus five is ten. 02. My brother lost a large [sum] of money while travelling in Europe. 03. One of the gamblers had bet a significant [sum] at the blackjack table, and lost everything. 04. The [sum] of my work experience is …46

**total**— 1. adjective 1) the total cost Syn: entire, complete, whole, full, comprehensive, combined, aggregate, gross, overall, final Ant: partial 2) a total success …47

**total**— n. 1) to add up, calculate, tally up a total 2) a combined; grand; sum total * * * [ təʊtl] calculate grand sum total tally up a total a combined to add up …48

**total**— adj 1. whole, entire, integral, complete; aggregate, collective, combined, composite; full, plenary; comprehensive, universal, inclusive, all inclusive, all embracing; extensive, extended, widespread. 2. thorough, exhaustive, in depth, A to Z,… …49

**total**— to|tal1 W1S1 [ˈtəutl US ˈtou ] adj [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: Medieval Latin totalis, from Latin totus whole ] 1.) [usually before noun] complete, or as great as is possible total failure/disaster ▪ The sales campaign was a total… …50

**total**— 1 adjective 1 (only before noun) complete, and affecting or including everything: The sales campaign was a total disaster. | a total ban on cigarette advertising 2 total number/amount/cost etc the number, amount etc that is the total: total sales …