- total ► ADJECTIVE 1) comprising the whole number or amount. 2) complete; absolute.► NOUN ▪ a total number or amount.► VERB (totalled, totalling; US totaled, totaling) 1) amount to (a total number). 2) find the total of. 3) informal, chiefly N. Amer. destroy or kill.DERIVATIVES totally adverb.ORIGIN Latin totalis, from totum 'the whole' .
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