Meaning of TOTAL in English

TOTAL

I.

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ annual , daily , monthly

▪ current

▪ combined , cumulative , grand , overall , sum

His two goals give him a grand ~ of 32 for the season.

The sum ~ of my knowledge is not impressive.

▪ estimated

▪ running

Players keep a running ~ of the score.

▪ final

▪ high , huge ( esp. BrE ), record

a record ~ of victories

▪ low

▪ national , world

▪ jobless ( esp. BrE )

Britain's jobless ~ rose by 20 000 last month.

▪ vote ( AmE )

We had an early vote ~ of about 1.7 million people.

▪ career ( sports )

He won a career ~ of 19 gold medals.

▪ point , run , win , etc. ( sports )

VERB + TOTAL

▪ add up to , give , make , make up

Their earnings were €250, €300 and €420, giving a ~ of €970.

▪ earn , receive

▪ pay , spend

▪ bring , take

A donation of $250 has been received, bringing the ~ to $3 750.

▪ achieve , reach , win

The Greens achieved a ~ of 18 seats.

TOTAL + VERB

▪ rise

▪ fall

PREPOSITION

▪ in ~

In ~, they spent 420 hours on the project.

▪ out of a ~ of

180 vehicles out of a ~ of 900 examined were not roadworthy.

▪ ~ of

II.

verb

Total is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑ arrears , ↑ debt , ↑ export , ↑ import , ↑ loan , ↑ prize , ↑ sale

Total is used with these nouns as the object: ↑ per cent

III.

adj.

Total is used with these nouns: ↑ absence , ↑ acceptance , ↑ accuracy , ↑ agreement , ↑ allocation , ↑ amount , ↑ anarchy , ↑ annihilation , ↑ anonymity , ↑ area , ↑ asset , ↑ attendance , ↑ ban , ↑ bliss , ↑ blockade , ↑ bore , ↑ boycott , ↑ breakdown , ↑ budget , ↑ calorie , ↑ capacity , ↑ catastrophe , ↑ catch , ↑ chaos , ↑ charge , ↑ closure , ↑ cock-up , ↑ collapse , ↑ command , ↑ commitment , ↑ concentration , ↑ confidence , ↑ confidentiality , ↑ confusion , ↑ consumption , ↑ control , ↑ conviction , ↑ cost , ↑ count , ↑ darkness , ↑ debt , ↑ dedication , ↑ defeat , ↑ demand , ↑ dependence , ↑ despair , ↑ destruction , ↑ devastation , ↑ devotion , ↑ disagreement , ↑ disappearance , ↑ disappointment , ↑ disarmament , ↑ disarray , ↑ disaster , ↑ disbelief , ↑ disgust , ↑ disintegration , ↑ disregard , ↑ disrespect , ↑ dividend , ↑ dominance , ↑ domination , ↑ duration , ↑ earnings , ↑ eclipse , ↑ electorate , ↑ embargo , ↑ embarrassment , ↑ employment , ↑ enrolment , ↑ exclusion , ↑ exemption , ↑ exhaustion , ↑ expenditure , ↑ expense , ↑ export , ↑ extinction , ↑ failure , ↑ faith , ↑ fantasy , ↑ farce , ↑ fat , ↑ flop , ↑ fool , ↑ freak , ↑ freedom , ↑ freeze , ↑ hell , ↑ honesty , ↑ humiliation , ↑ idiot , ↑ ignorance , ↑ immunity , ↑ impact , ↑ import , ↑ inability , ↑ inadequacy , ↑ income , ↑ increase , ↑ independence , ↑ indifference , ↑ innocence , ↑ insanity , ↑ intake , ↑ isolation , ↑ jerk , ↑ lack , ↑ length , ↑ lie , ↑ loser , ↑ loss , ↑ loyalty , ↑ madness , ↑ mark , ↑ mastery , ↑ mess , ↑ misunderstanding , ↑ monopoly , ↑ mystery , ↑ myth , ↑ neglect , ↑ nightmare , ↑ nonsense , ↑ novice , ↑ number , ↑ obedience , ↑ oblivion , ↑ obscurity , ↑ opposite , ↑ outlay , ↑ output , ↑ package , ↑ panic , ↑ percentage , ↑ picture , ↑ population , ↑ privacy , ↑ proceeds , ↑ profit , ↑ prohibition , ↑ receipt , ↑ reconstruction , ↑ rejection , ↑ relaxation , ↑ reliance , ↑ removal , ↑ renovation , ↑ responsibility , ↑ return , ↑ revenue , ↑ reversal , ↑ rubbish , ↑ sale , ↑ sample , ↑ saving , ↑ score , ↑ seclusion , ↑ secrecy , ↑ separation , ↑ shock , ↑ silence , ↑ sincerity , ↑ size , ↑ solitude , ↑ spending , ↑ standstill , ↑ stranger , ↑ submission , ↑ success , ↑ sum , ↑ supply , ↑ support , ↑ suppression , ↑ supremacy , ↑ surprise , ↑ surrender , ↑ time , ↑ transformation , ↑ trust , ↑ turnover , ↑ value , ↑ victory , ↑ volume , ↑ war , ↑ waste , ↑ wealth , ↑ weight , ↑ width , ↑ withdrawal , ↑ workforce , ↑ wreck

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