Variant of total
- constituting the (or a) whole; entire; whole
- complete; utter: a total loss
Origin: Middle English from Middle French from Midieval Latin totalis from Classical Latin totus, all, whole from Indo-European base an unverified form tēu-, to swell from source thumb
- to find the total of; add
- to equal a total of; add up to
- ☆ Slang to wreck completely; demolish
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