There are 3 translations of total in Spanish:

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Pronunciation: /ˈtəʊtl/

adj

  • 1.1 (whole, overall) (before n) [amount/number/output] total the total expenditure el total de los gastos
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    • The cost of the steel and its heat treatment amounts generally to less than a quarter of the total cost of the whole tool.
    • You can't predict with any accuracy the total amount of anything that the whole country's going to need.
    • The applicants' bill of costs is for a very large amount, with total fees of about $200,000.
    1.2 (complete) [destruction] total; [failure] rotundo, absoluto he was a total stranger era una persona totalmente desconocida the place was in total chaos reinaba allí el caos más absoluto we would like a total ban on nuclear weapons quisiéramos que se prohibiesen totalmente las armas nucleares a total disregard for the feelings of others un desprecio total or absoluto por lo que puedan sentir los demás the bus was a total wreck el autobús quedó totalmente destrozado it was a total waste of time fue una verdadera pérdida de tiempo
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    • Wilkinson is a desperately complex person, driven by a need for absolute perfection and total control in his life.
    • So the claim that there are conservatives who believe in some sort of absolute liberty is a total straw man.
    • Now the sort of response that you are offering is in absolute total contrast to everything that we have heard so far.

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There are 3 translations of total in Spanish:

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n

  • total (m) total due total a pagar there is o are a total of … hay un total de … the latest accident brings the total to 80 con este último, el total de accidentes se eleva a 80

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There are 3 translations of total in Spanish:

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vt ( (BrE) -ll-)

  • 1 1.1 (amount to) ascender* or elevarse a un total de
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    • It has debts totalling hundreds of billions of dollars and there has been no investment in its infrastructure for more than 20 years.
    • It also warned investors it had been hit by two bad debts totalling some £200,000.
    • At the end of 2001, net debt totaled some $2.60 trillion.
    1.2 (add up) sumar, totalizar*
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    • Overall scores are computed by totaling the number of critical endorsements the respondent has made.
    • Additionally, there was no difference in response rates if the partial and full responses are totaled.
    • Instead of scanning every item individually, an RFID till would simply total up every item in your shopping trolley as it approached.
  • 2 (AmE) [colloquial/familiar] 2.1 (wreck) she wasn't hurt, but the car was totaled a ella no le pasó nada, pero el coche quedó totalmente destrozado 2.2 (kill) liquidar [familiar/colloquial]
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    • And it appears to have totaled the vehicle, smashed in the back end and broke all the windows.
    • Hull's vehicle was totaled and the train sustained $2,000 damage.
    • For a long time, even after I'd totaled two vehicles in collisions with deer, I continued to hold a similar view.
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    • ‘Looks like you got totaled by a loser,’ the bartender laughed.
    • When you start incurring damage on your car, the animations of your vehicle losing its parts like doors and hoods (and if you are totaled, bursting into a flaming wreck) are great.

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