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total
(adj):
complete
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Used with verbs:
"
How did you
calculate
the
total
amount?
"
(calculate, add up, determine)
"
She
paid
the
total
bill.
"
(paid, covered)
"
She
has
total
faith in him.
"
(has)
Used with nouns:
"
What is the
total
amount
?
"
(amount, area, budget, charge, cost, count, loss, population, score)
"
We are in
total
agreement
.
"
(agreement, control, disagreement, disbelief, disgust, shock)
"
It was a
total
catastrophe
.
"
(catastrophe, disappointment, disaster, embarrassment, failure, misunderstanding, nightmare, waste)
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total
(n):
the final number after everything has been counted
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Used with adjectives:
"
What is the
grand
total
?
"
(grand, overall, combined, current, sum, final)
"
Keep track of your
daily
totals
.
"
(daily, weekly, monthly)
"
The
estimated
total
is more than we expected.
"
(estimated, approximate)
Used with verbs:
"
He
worked
a
total
of 40 hours a week.
"
(worked)
"
This year's donations
top
last year's
totals
.
"
(top, pass, equal, surpass)
"
Add up
the
totals
.
"
(add up)
"
He
spent
a
total
of $1000 on new clothes.
"
(spent, paid)
"
He
earned
a
total
of $200 doing yard work.
"
(earned, made, received)
Used with prepositions:
"
In
total
, they spent over $500 of their own money.
"
(in)
"
She received a
total
of
95 points out of 100.
"
(of)
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