Definition of total :
1. The whole; the whole sum or amount; as, these sums added make the grand total of five millions.
2. To bring to a total; to add; also, to reach as a total; to amount to.
3. Whole; not divided; entire; full; complete; absolute; as, a total departure from the evidence; a total loss.
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amount (part of speech: noun)
complete (part of speech: adjective)
conclusive, whole, accomplished, complete, unified, full, plenary, entire, unabridged, final, uncut, comprehensive, intact, done, all, solid, integral, thorough, through, undivided, sum, exhaustive, universal, collective, finished, unsevered
list (part of speech: verb)
daybook, catalog, recount, roster, note, collection, blank-book, digest, bank-book, novel, record, summary, annual, album, list, lexicon, dictionary, document, collect, index, statement, logbook, log, bill, audit, menu, itemization, waybill, pad, annals, census, itemize, scrapbook, recording, table, thesaurus, tabulate, tablet, notebook, scroll, cash book, registry, store, documentation, chronicle, yearbook, detail, history, book, calendar, treasury, diary, storybook, manifest, summarize, journalize, check, file, workbook, repertory
calculation (part of speech: noun)
consideration, inference, calculation, system, computation, enumeration, appraisal, mathematics, assessment, valuation, algebra, division, approximation, arithmetic, thought, presumption, deduction, triangulation, evaluation, method, determination, multiplication, estimation, algorithm, conclusion, calculus, quantification, statistics, measurement, judgement, supposition
add (part of speech: verb)
account (part of speech: noun)
entire (part of speech: adjective)
calculate (part of speech: verb)
judge, program, approximate, suppose, tally, surmise, count, triangulate, estimate, systematize, evaluate, multiply, add, rate, conclude, guess, infer, deduce, quantify, compute, plot, assess, consider, appraise, enumerate, measure, calculate, rank, rationalize, value, presume, study, gauge, divide, reckon, plan, determine, score, think, quantize, scheme, weigh, figure
completeness (part of speech: noun)
exhaustiveness, universe, oneness, intactness, thoroughness, entirety, allness, integration, everybody, collectivity, integrity, comprehensiveness, everyone, completeness, solidarity, totality, unity, entireness, plenum, fullness, everything
- 166 Total 7008 men under English assurance. - "Minstrelsy of the Scottish border (3rd ed) (1 of 3)", Walter Scott.
- The total amount of soil added is usually equal to about one- fifth of the bulk of the manure. - "Studies of American Fungi. Mushrooms, Edible, Poisonous, etc.", George Francis Atkinson.
- But when she looked at the total she couldn't help thinking, " It will be a tight squeeze, though, even for Uncle Stanley." - "Mary Minds Her Business", George Weston.