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Significado de “total” - Diccionario Inglés

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totalnoun [C]

uk   /ˈtəʊ.təl/  us   /ˈtoʊ.t̬əl/
B1 the ​amount you get when several ​smalleramounts are ​added together: At that ​time of ​day, ​cars with only one ​occupantaccounted for ​almost 80 ​percent of the total. A total of 21 ​horses were ​entered in the ​race. We made $1,000 in total, over three ​days of ​trading.
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uk   /ˈtəʊ.təl/  us   /ˈtoʊ.t̬əl/

total adjective (AMOUNT)

B1 [before noun] including everything: the total ​cost Total ​losses were $800.
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total adjective (VERY GREAT)

B2 very ​great or of the ​largestdegreepossible: total ​secrecy a total ​disregard for ​theirfeelings total ​silence The ​organization of the ​event was a total ​shambles (= very ​bad). The ​collapse, when it came, was total.
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totalverb [L only + noun, T]

uk   /ˈtəʊ.təl/  us   /ˈtoʊ.t̬əl/ (-ll- or US usually -l-)

total verb [L only + noun, T] (ADD UP)

C1 to have as a ​completeamount, or to ​calculate this: This is the eighth ​volume in the ​series, which totals 21 ​volumes in all. We totalled (up) the ​money we had each ​earned, and then ​shared it ​equally between the three of us.
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total verb [L only + noun, T] (DAMAGE)

mainly US (UK write off) to ​damage a ​vehicle so ​badly that it cannot be ​repaired: His ​son totaled the ​pickup when it was ten ​monthsold. to ​damage something ​extremelybadly: Volkswagen hasn't just put a few ​dings in ​itsbrand; it may have totaled it.
(Definition of total from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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totalnoun [C]

 us   /ˈtoʊ·t̬əl/

total noun [C] (AMOUNT)

the ​wholeamount: Add these up and give me the total. We ​paid a total of $ total In total ​meansincluding everything ​added together: Last ​week 45 ​people in total came to the ​seniorcenter.

totaladjective [not gradable]

 us   /ˈtoʊ·t̬əl/

total adjective [not gradable] (COMPLETE)

complete or ​extreme: Negotiations had to be ​held in total ​secrecy.

total adjective [not gradable] (INCLUDING AMOUNT)

including the ​wholeamount: Total ​grainexports have ​increased.

totalverb [T]

 us   /ˈtoʊ·t̬əl/

total verb [T] (DESTROY)

to ​destroy something ​completely: She didn’t total the ​car, but she did a lot of ​damage.

total verb [T] (HAVE AS AMOUNT)

(-l-, -ll-) to have as a ​wholeamount, or to ​calculate this: This ​historyseries totals twelve ​volumes in all.
(Definition of total from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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uk   us   /ˈtəʊtəl/
the ​amount or ​number that you get when several ​smalleramounts are ​added together: a total of $20/£1,000/€3m, etc. We ​calculated all ​costs to the ​company and came to a total of $5,500. We ​employ 534 ​staff in total. We have a large ​workforce with women ​representing 30% of the total.


uk   us   /ˈtəʊtəl/
[before noun] including everything in a ​calculation or every ​person in a ​group: total cost/expense These ​figures show the total ​cost of the ​ gains/losses Can you give us an ​idea of our total ​losses? The UK All Companies ​performancecategoryaveraged an 18.1% total ​return over the ​year. Women ​represent a very ​smallpercentage of our total ​workforce.
complete or very great: The ​project was a total ​disaster. The ​audience listened in total silence.

totalverb [T]

uk   us   /ˈtəʊtəl/
( UK -ll, US -l-) to ​add up to a particular ​amount: The ​annualsalarybill totals more than $3 million. They ​incurredlosses totalling over $2 million.
(also total up) to ​add up ​amounts to get a ​finalnumber: All ​costs have been totaled at the ​bottom of the ​column. When they totalled up their ​losses, they ​realised they could not continue in ​business.
informal to destroy a ​car in an accident: They will ​pay the ​fullcost to ​buy a new ​car if you total your ​car within the first ​year.
(Definition of total from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “total”
en coreano 총, 전체의…
en árabe إجْمالي, كامِل, كُلّي…
in Malaysian jumlah…
en francés total, complet…
en ruso суммарный, абсолютный, полный…
en chino (tradicionál) 總額, 總數…
en italiano totale…
en turco toplam, tam, tamam…
en polaco całkowity, zupełny…
en español total…
in Vietnamese tổng số…
en portugués total…
in Thai โดยสมบูรณ์…
en alemán Gesamt-…, völlig…
en catalán total, global, absolut…
en japonés 全部の, 合計の, まったくの…
en chino (simplificado) 总额, 总数…
in Indonesian keseluruhan…
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