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tally

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈtæli/ ( plural tallies)
( also running tally) a continuous record or count of a number of things or people: He kept a tally of his paydays on an envelope. The website publishes a running tally of the sums customers have won in refunds.
the total number or amount of things or people: the tally for sth The final tally for biodiesel production in 2012 should be between 220 and 275 million gallons. the second-highest tally on record
Translations of “tally”
in Spanish cuenta (llevar la cuenta), registro…
in French compte…
in German die Rechnung…
in Chinese (Traditional) 計數, 記錄, 比分…
in Russian итог, общее количество…
in Turkish çetele, kayıt, hesap…
in Chinese (Simplified) 计数, 记录, 比分…
in Polish wynik, rezultat…
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