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Synonyms for totalˈtoʊt l

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. sum, total, totality, aggregate(noun)

    the whole amount

    Synonyms:
    nitty-gritty, sum total, marrow, meat, join, entirety, core, summation, sum, total, aggregate, amount of money, union, gist, heart and soul, totality, sum of money, substance, nub, center, conglomeration, centre, kernel, amount, essence, entireness, congeries, heart, integrality, inwardness, pith

    Antonyms:
    fractional, uncomplete, incomplete

  2. sum, amount, total(adj)

    a quantity obtained by the addition of a group of numbers

    Synonyms:
    nitty-gritty, sum total, marrow, meat, join, quantity, core, summation, sum, total, aggregate, amount of money, union, gist, heart and soul, totality, sum of money, substance, nub, center, centre, kernel, measure, amount, essence, heart, inwardness, pith

    Antonyms:
    fractional, uncomplete, incomplete

  3. entire, full, total(adj)

    constituting the full quantity or extent; complete

    Synonyms:
    full, entire, intact, broad(a), integral, good, total, wide-cut, wide, full(a), replete(p)

    Antonyms:
    incomplete, uncomplete, fractional

  4. full, total(verb)

    complete in extent or degree and in every particular

    Synonyms:
    entire, broad(a), full, wide, good, wide-cut, total, full(a), replete(p)

    Antonyms:
    fractional, uncomplete, incomplete

  5. total, number, add up, come, amount(verb)

    add up in number or quantity

    Synonyms:
    tot, descend, tote up, hail, get, add, get along, fare, numerate, sum, add up, come in, come up, tot up, list, fall, sum up, do, follow, occur, enumerate, count, issue forth, make out, number, amount, tally, derive, make sense, come, add together, total, summate, arrive, keep down

    Antonyms:
    fractional, incomplete, uncomplete

  6. total, tot, tot up, sum, sum up, summate, tote up, add, add together, tally, add up(verb)

    determine the sum of

    Synonyms:
    supply, tot, resume, tote up, bring, impart, hit, rack up, add, match, fit, sum, add up, make sense, summarize, agree, tot up, sum up, chalk up, summarise, bestow, number, score, gibe, append, tally, correspond, come, add together, jibe, contribute, total, summate, lend, amount, check

    Antonyms:
    incomplete, fractional, uncomplete

  7. total(verb)

    damage beyond the point of repair

    Synonyms:
    tot up, add together, amount, sum up, sum, add, tally, add up, number, summate, tote up, tot, come

    Antonyms:
    uncomplete, fractional, incomplete

Wiktionary

  1. total(noun)

    Entire; relating to the whole of something.

    Synonyms:
    add up, sum, whole, full, entire

  2. total(verb)

    Complete; absolute.

    Synonyms:
    sum, absolute, complete, utter

  3. total(verb)

    to demolish; to wreck completely. (from total loss)

    Synonyms:
    wreck, trash, demolish

English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. total

    The widely divergent senses in which the word radical is used, by which it can be at some time interchanged with any word in the above list, are all formed upon the one primary sense of having to do with or proceeding from the root (Latin radix); a radical difference is one that springs from the root, and is thus constitutional, essential, fundamental, organic, original; a radical change is one that does not stop at the surface, but reaches down to the very root, and is entire, thorough, total; since the majority find superficial treatment of any matter the easiest and most comfortable, radical measures, which strike at the root of evil or need, are apt to be looked upon as extreme.

    Synonyms:
    complete, constitutional, entire, essential, extreme, fundamental, ingrained, innate, native, natural, organic, original, perfect, positive, primitive, radical, thorough, thoroughgoing

    Antonyms:
    conservative, inadequate, incomplete, moderate, palliative, partial, slight, superficial, tentative, trial

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. total(a.)

    Synonyms:
    whole, complete, full, entire, integral

  2. total(n.)

    Synonyms:
    whole, totality, aggregate, gross, lump, mass, amount, sum, sum total, gross amount


Translations for total

From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary

  • مجموعArabic
  • нәтижәBashkir
  • total, sumaCatalan, Valencian
  • naprostý, totální, celý, součet, úhrnCzech
  • zusammenaddieren, zusammennehmen, komplett, total, gesamt, Gesamtsumme, Summe, aufaddieren, schrotten, ganz, GesamtbetragGerman
  • άθροισμαGreek
  • total, sumaSpanish
  • کلPersian
  • summa, täysi, laskea yhteen, olla, tehdä, totaalinen, täydellinen, koko, summata, tuhota, määräFinnish
  • totaliser, total, tout, somme, entierFrench
  • ard-symManx
  • összes, teljes, végösszeg, összegHungarian
  • sumoIdo
  • intero, totale, sommaItalian
  • 総額, 和, 総和, 完全な, 全部, 総計Japanese
  • 합계Korean
  • hilweşandin, hemû, tev, tevayî, temam, giş, tevandin, ruxandinKurdish
  • somma, summa, totus, solidusLatin
  • pilnīgsLatvian
  • tapekeMāori
  • jumlahMalay
  • bijeentellen, gehele, optellen, totale, gelijk zijn aan, in de prak rijden, compleet, geheel, totaal, som, volledige, complete, uitkomen op, volledigDutch
  • soma, totalPortuguese
  • полный, сумма, тотальный, весь, целый, итогRussian
  • summaSwedish
  • idadi, jumlaSwahili
  • మొత్తము, కూడుట, లెక్క, సరాసరి, పూర్తి, అన్నిTelugu

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