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tally

verb [I] uk   us   /ˈtæl.i/
to match or agree with something else: Our figures don't tally - you've made it $20 more than me. Your plans don't tally with mine.
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tally

noun [C usually singular] uk   us   /ˈtæl.i/
a record or count of a number of things: Will you keep a tally of the number of customers going in and out?
Translations of “tally”
in Vietnamese bảng liệt kê…
in Spanish cuenta (llevar la cuenta), registro…
in Thai การบันทึกจำนวน…
in Malaysian catatan…
in French compte…
in German die Rechnung…
in Chinese (Traditional) 符合,吻合…
in Indonesian hitungan…
in Russian итог, общее количество…
in Turkish çetele, kayıt, hesap…
in Chinese (Simplified) 符合,吻合…
in Polish wynik, rezultat…
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