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N-COUNT 总数;总额;合计 A total is the number that you get when you add several numbers together or when you count how many things there are in a group.
The companies have a total of 1,776 employees.
这些公司总计有 1,776 名员工。
ADJ 总的;总计的;全部的 The total number or cost of something is the number or cost that you get when you add together or count all the parts in it.
They said that the total number of cows dying from BSE would be twenty thousand…
他们说患疯牛病死亡的牛的总数将达 2 万头。
The total cost of the project would be more than $240 million.
该项目的总成本会超过 2.4 亿美元。
PHRASE 总共;总计 If there are a number of things in total, there are that number when you count or add them all together.
I was with my husband for eight years in total...
我和丈夫在一起的时间总共有 8 年。
In total, 45 per cent of adults in Britain are exposed to tobacco smoke at home.
英国总计有 45% 的成人在家里遭受到烟草烟雾的侵害。
VERB 总数达;共计 If several numbers or things total a certain figure, that figure is the total of all the numbers or all the things.
The unit's exports will total $85 million this year...
该部门今年的出口总额将达 8,500 万美元。
They will compete for prizes totalling nearly £3,000.
他们将为总额近 3,000 英镑的奖金展开争夺。
VERB 计算…的总和;把…加起来 When you total a set of numbers or objects, you add them all together.
They haven't totalled the exact figures.
ADJ 完全的;彻底的;绝对的 You can use total to emphasize that something is as great in extent, degree, or amount as it possibly can be.
You were a total failure if you hadn't married by the time you were about twenty-three…
如果到了 23 岁左右还没结婚，你就是个彻底的失败者。
There was an almost total lack of management control…