- adv.全部地; 完全地; 总共; 总而言之;
The train went slower and slower until it stopped altogether.
Today's celebrations have been altogether more sedate.
His objective was to kill the space station project altogether.
I don't think a sedentary life would altogether suit me.
We were not altogether sure that the comet would miss the Earth.
That is another matter altogether. And we shall come to that next.
Other countries are eagerly awaiting an American green light to lift the sanctions altogether.
When Artie stopped calling altogether, Julie found a new man.
The window sashes were missing, the doors hung open, or were gone altogether.
Buy a dimmer switch and keep the light on low, or switch it off altogether.
Altogether seven inmates escaped by scaling a wall and climbing down scaffolding.
The fashion business, he claims, not altogether convincingly, is more real than the film business.
Well, now just a second, I don't altogether agree with the premise.
Clinical test results are certainly encouraging — 10 per cent of wrinkles disappear altogether.
The noise has altogether stopped.
Taken altogether , this TV play was successful.
She looked small and gentle and altogether charming.
The writing is not altogether grammatical.
Wickedness does not go altogether unrequited.
He has been here four or five times altogether.
How many people are there altogether?
There are altogether thirty students in our class.
How many of you boys are there altogether in your family?
There are ten of us altogether.
There are altogether some 200 people in our village, including the old people and children.
The monthly expenditure of our family is four hundred dollars altogether.
Doctor Bethune's internationalist spirit is altogether admirable.
The novel took a year to write altogether, from start to finish.
One of the main theoretical home-security concerns is whether or not a given system is vulnerable to being blocked from working altogether.
It should be forbidden altogether.
Instead of skipping out on higher education altogether, they chose community colleges or state schools with low bars for admittance.
Non-credit courses are eliminated altogether.
And what if Americans become so familiar with having Obama as their president that they stop considering his race altogether?
The worst possible aspect of the Obama effect is that people could ignore his race altogether and continue to hold on to their old racial stereotypes
Altogether there are some ten thousand of these volcanoes on earth, all but a few hundred of them extinct.
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At last I ended up hitting the set with my first, and it stopped working altogether.
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We have you arriving on the 16th of september and leaving the 24th of september — altogether, eight nights.
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1. informal terms for nakedness;
"in the raw"
"in the altogether"
"in his birthday suit"
1. to a complete degree or to the full or entire extent (`whole' is often used informally for `wholly');
"he was wholly convinced"
"entirely satisfied with the meal"
"it was completely different from what we expected"
"was completely at fault"
"a totally new situation"
"the directions were all wrong"
"it was not altogether her fault"
"an altogether new approach"
"a whole new idea"
2. with everything included or counted;
"altogether he earns close to a million dollars"
3. with everything considered (and neglecting details);
"altogether, I'm sorry it happened"
"all in all, it's not so bad"
almost 几乎, 差不多
also 也, 同样
altogether 完全地, 总而言之;总之;总共
al全部+together共同, 一起→adv.完全地, 总而言之;总之;总共
although 虽然, 尽管
in the altogether
(informal)without any clothes on; naked
she's agreed to pose in the altogether.