English adjective: total
|1.||total constituting the full quantity or extent; complete|
|Samples||An entire town devastated by an earthquake.|
Gave full attention.
A total failure.
|2.||total complete in extent or degree and in every particular|
|Samples||A full game.|
A total eclipse.
A total disaster.
English noun: total
|1.||total (artifact) the whole amount|
|Synonyms||aggregate, sum, totality|
|Broader (hypernym)||unit, whole|
|2.||total (cognition) a quantity obtained by the addition of a group of numbers|
|Narrower (hyponym)||grand total, subtotal|
English verb: total
|1.||total (stative) add up in number or quantity|
|Samples||The bills amounted to $2,000.|
The bill came to $2,000.
|Synonyms||add up, amount, come, number|
|Pattern of use||Something ----s something|
|Narrower (hyponym)||average, average out, make, outnumber, work out|
|2.||total (communication) determine the sum of|
|Samples||Add all the people in this town to those of the neighboring town.|
|Synonyms||add, add together, add up, sum, sum up, summate, tally, tot, tot up, tote up|
|Pattern of use||Somebody ----s something.|
Something ----s something
|Broader (hypernym)||count, enumerate, number, numerate|
|Verb group||add, add together|
|3.||total (change) damage beyond the point of repair|
|Samples||My son totaled our new car.|
The rock star totals his guitar at every concert.
|Pattern of use||Somebody ----s something|