Bedeutung von “altogether” — Learner’s Dictionary

altogether

adverb us uk /ˌɔːltəˈɡeðər/
A year later they abolished the tax altogether.She worked less and less and eventually stopped altogether.I'm not altogether sure it's going to work.They're advising that children be kept out of the sun altogether.That makes $40 altogether.
COMPLETELY

B2 completely:

The train slowed down and then stopped altogether.
I'm not altogether sure about the idea.
TOTAL

B1 in total:

There were twenty people there altogether.
GENERALLY

B2 used to make a statement about several things that you have mentioned:

Altogether, I'd say the party was a great success.

(Definition von “altogether” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)