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add up to sth

(RESULT)
结果
phrasal verb with add /æd/ verb [I or T]
to have a particular result or effect
结果是;表示;意味着
It all added up to a lot of hard work for all of us.
结果这给我们所有人都添了一大堆重活。
Their proposals do not add up to any real help for the poor.
他们的建议没给穷人带来任何实质性帮助。
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Translations of “add up to sth”
in Chinese (Traditional) 結果, 結果是, 表示…
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