total

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(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)
adj. complete, entire, utter, absolute, whole. — n. sum, amount, aggregate, quantity, whole. — v. t. add, reckon, tot up; amount to; constitute; slang, wreck, destroy.
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(Roget's IV) modif.
1. [Whole]
Syn. entire, inclusive, complete, cumulative; see whole 1 .
2. [Utter]
Syn. complete, utter, thorough; see absolute 1 .
See Synonym Study at complete . n.
Syn. sum, entirety, result; see whole .
See Synonym Study at sum . v.
1. [To add]
Syn. figure, calculate, count up, ring up, tag up, sum up, add up; see also add 1 .
2. [To amount to]
Syn. consist of, come to, add up to; see amount to , equal .
III
(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus)
I
n.
whole, sum, entirety, totality, bulk, amount, aggregate.
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v.
add up, tote, number, figure, sum up, count, compute, calculate, reckon.
III
a.
complete, whole, entire, thorough, comprehensive, *A-Z, thoroughgoing, all-inclusive, combined, full, absolute, unconditional, unqualified, unmitigated, all-out.
ANT.: partial, limited, incomplete, qualified
IV
(Roget's Thesaurus II) I noun 1. A number or quantity obtained as a result of addition: aggregate, amount, sum, summation, sum total, totality. Archaic: tale. See COUNT. 2. An amount or quantity from which nothing is left out or held back: aggregate, all, entirety, everything, gross, sum, totality, whole. Informal: work (used in plural). Idioms: everything but (or except) the kitchen sink; lock, stock, and barrel; the whole ball of wax (or kit and caboodle or megillah or nine yards or shebang). See PART. II adjective 1. Including every constituent or individual: all, complete, entire, gross, whole. See PART. 2. Completely such, without qualification or exception: absolute, all-out, arrant, complete, consummate, crashing, damned, dead, downright, flat, out-and-out, outright, perfect, plain, pure, sheer2, thorough, thoroughgoing, unbounded, unequivocal, unlimited, unmitigated, unqualified, unrelieved, unreserved, utter2. Informal: flat-out, positive. Chiefly British: blooming. See BIG, LIMITED. III verb 1. To combine (figures) to form a sum: add (up), cast, foot (up), sum (up), tot2 (up), totalize. See INCREASE. 2. To come to in number or quantity: aggregate, amount, number, reach, run into. Idiom: add up to. See INCREASE. 3. Slang. To cause the complete ruin or wreckage of: bankrupt, break down, cross up, demolish, destroy, finish, ruin, shatter, sink, smash, spoil, torpedo, undo, wash up, wrack2, wreck. Idiom: put the kibosh on. See HELP.

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