vt. & vi.
total的同義詞之：總計up, figure, add, sum, count,
total的同義詞之：全部的;整個的complete, entire, whole,
total的同義詞之：其他釋義utter, entire, count, absolute, up, sum, figure, downright, itemize, complete, unconditional, whole, all, exclusive, gross, add,
At the worst time, the total value of listed shares in American firms shrank by 57%.
The grand total over the 10 months they've lived in the three-bedroom house: $200.
The experience on Main Street stimulated self-improvement, and encouraged members to take pride in their home grounds and the total community.
A 2012 press release from Statistics Sweden bears the title "Gender Equality in Sweden Treading(踩)Water" and notes: 1、The total income from employment for all ages is lower for women than for men
From December 1928 to December 1929, total household wealth declined only 3%.
Those who enjoy total freedom may not find themselves happy
A total is the number that you get when you add several numbers together or when you count how many things there are in a group.
The companies have a total of 1,776 employees.
這些公司總計有 1,776 名員工。
The total number or cost of something is the number or cost that you get when you add together or count all the parts in it.
They said that the total number of cows dying from BSE would be twenty thousand…
他們說患瘋牛病死亡的牛的總數將達 2 萬頭。
The total cost of the project would be more than $240 million.
該項目的總成本會超過 2.4 億美元。
If there are a number of things in total, there are that number when you count or add them all together.
I was with my husband for eight years in total...
我和丈夫在一起的時間總共有 8 年。
In total, 45 per cent of adults in Britain are exposed to tobacco smoke at home.
英國總計有 45% 的成人在家里遭受到煙草煙霧的侵害。
If several numbers or things total a certain figure, that figure is the total of all the numbers or all the things.
The unit's exports will total $85 million this year...
該部門今年的出口總額將達 8,500 萬美元。
They will compete for prizes totalling nearly ￡3,000.
他們將為總額近 3,000 英鎊的獎金展開爭奪。
When you total a set of numbers or objects, you add them all together.
They haven't totalled the exact figures.
You can use total to emphasize that something is as great in extent, degree, or amount as it possibly can be.
You were a total failure if you hadn't married by the time you were about twenty-three…
如果到了 23 歲左右還沒結婚，你就是個徹底的失敗者。
There was an almost total lack of management control…
Please figure out the total cost.
My efforts ended in total failure.
The destruction was total.
A total of twenty people were[was] killed.
vt. & vi.
Please total all the expenditures.
1. the whole amount
2. a quantity obtained by addition
1. add up in number or quantity;"The bills amounted to $2,000""The bill came to $2,000"
2. determine the sum of;"Add all the people in this town to those of the neighboring town"
1. constituting the full quantity or extent; complete;"an entire town devastated by an earthquake""gave full attention""a total failure"
2. including everything;"the overall cost""the total amount owed"
3. without conditions or limitations;"a total ban"
4. complete in extent or degree and in every particular;"a full game""a total eclipse""a total disaster"