English to Korean Meaning :: total

Total :
합계
합계, 계, 연, 화절대적인, 전체의, 국가 전체의 힘을 내서 한합계하다, 총계 ...이 되다, 총계가 ...이 되다 - 합계소계소계합하면소계합계합계총체전체전적으로합계
 
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Noun(1) the whole amount(2) a quantity obtained by the addition of a group of numbers
Verb(1) add up in number or quantity(2) determine the sum of(3) damage beyond the point of repair
Adjective(1) constituting the full quantity or extent; complete(2) complete in extent or degree and in every particular

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(1) So the claim that there are conservatives who believe in some sort of absolute liberty is a total straw man.(2) She was afraid they would get themselves in trouble if they came to the court and the jury voted for acquittal - but the verdict was heard in total silence.(3) total abstinence(4) It also won 17 silvers and one special silver award, scoring a total of 23 points.(5) Like I say, it will go absolutely anywhere with total confidence, even dug-up Dublin city centre.(6) In total, at the end of today, five people were sentenced to a total of 21 years.(7) Now add up all your debts and total the minimum payments due on each.(8) As much as $180,000 has been cited as missing, with no official confirmation of the total amount.(9) The newsletter, released last week, showed this was the total amount of donations given to the hospice in lieu of gifts to the couple.(10) Are people we sort-of know, who are used to being on camera, inherently less interesting to watch and talk about than a bunch of total strangers?(11) a total idiot(12) On the other hand, just as comparing intrinsic qualities is subjectively unrealistic, comparing absolutes is a total waste.(13) He starred for this club Old Mill all year scoring a total of 36 goals.(14) to be in total ignorance of sth(15) As the bloodiest century in human history drew to a close, historians began to total up the casualties.(16) It does not seem to me to be a good reason for keeping him out of some of his costs that you need time to work out the total amount.
Related Words
(1) total amount ::
총액
(2) in total ::
전체적으로
(3) grand total ::
총계
(4) total cost ::
총 비용
(5) total assets ::
총 자산
(6) total revenue ::
총 수익
(7) total income ::
총 수입
(8) total price ::
총 가격
(9) total weight ::
총 무게
(10) a total of ::
Synonyms
Adjective
1. entire ::
완전한
2. complete ::
완전한
3. full ::
완전한
Noun
4. sum ::
합집합
5. amount ::
6. aggregate ::
골재
Verb
7. add up to ::
까지 추가
9. come ::
왔다
Antonyms
1. imperfect ::
불완전한
2. incomplete ::
불완전한
3. partial ::
일부의
Different Forms
subtotal, subtotaled, subtotaling, subtotals, total, totaled, totaling, totalities, totality, totalling, totally, totals
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

<i>It has my total attention.</i>

It has my TOTAL attention.

Breaking Bad Season 3, Episode 8


You will be faced with a total

You will be faced with a TOTAL

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 3


Giving me a total
estimated value of $829,000.

Giving me a TOTAL estimated value of $829,000.

Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 2


Ford wants a total
narrative redesign.

Ford wants a TOTAL narrative redesign.

Westworld Season 2, Episode 8


Yes. Channel set baguettes,
20 points total weight.

Yes. Channel set baguettes, 20 points TOTAL weight.

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 12


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