Total

English vocabulary and translations (See all)

Want to improve your English? Try our online English lessons for free.

Definition

total: complete, entire, whole
adjective, noun

totally: entirely, completely, absolutely, fully
adverb

to total (500 dollars): to amount to, to equal, to add up to (500 dollars)
verb
My purchases on e-Day totaled 50 Euros.

Examples

  • "Employee : No, "totally tubular tonic"!"
  • "You should totally be lifting weights, man!"
  • "Total 12-month policy premium"
  • "You're totally like a Karaoke superstar."
  • "No seriously, you're totally elitist."
  • "I need you to produce and deliver a new, totally fabulous, Christmas card."
  • "Susie : "Teletubby" is a trademark, and "totally tubular tonic", well I'm not going to dignify that with a response except for "no"."
  • "- to come unexpectedly, as a total surprise"
  • "Total rubbish."
  • "Total premium before discount"

Still having difficulties with 'Total'? Want to improve your English? Try our online English lessons and receive a free level assessment.


Do you have smart way of remembering 'Total'? Share it with us!