Definition of grand total in English:

grand total

Syllabification: grand to·tal

noun

The final amount after everything is added up; the sum of other totals.
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  • A grand total of an unbelievable amount of more than 4 million baht was the final result.
  • They have now scored the grand total of 27 goals in the first two rounds of the competition.
  • For that I earned a grand total of eighteen pounds and twenty six pence.

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