Notebook, 1993-



Aggregate Amount, Sum, Whole . . . . Entire, Absolute, Utter . . . . Unified Effort . . . . Quality or State of Wholeness . . . . Product of Addition, Sum, Quantity . . . . To Add Up, Compute ,To Amount To

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1Total adj. [ME, fr. MF, fr. ML totalis, fr. L totus whole, entire] [15c] 1: comprising or constituting a whole: entire [the __ amount] 2: Absolute, Utter [a __ failure] 3: involving a complete and unified effort esp. to achieve a desired effect [__ war] [__ theater] syn see Whole

2 Total n [1557] 1: a product of addition: sum 2: an entire quantity: Amount]

3 Total adv [1601: Totally

4 Total vt totaled or totalled; totaling or totaling [1716] 1: to add up: compute 2: to amount to: Number 3: to make a total wreck of: Demolish [__ed the car]

1 Whole n. pl -ties [1598] 1: an aggregte amount: Sum, Whole 2a: the quality or state of being total: Wholeness b: the phase of an eclipse during which it is total: state of total eclipse

[Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 10th Edition. Springfield, MA, USA: Merriam-Webster, Inc. 1995.]



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