Definition of Total

n. - The whole; the whole sum or amount; as, these sums added make the grand total of five millions.

a. - Whole; not divided; entire; full; complete; absolute; as, a total departure from the evidence; a total loss.

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Synonyms of Total

Synonyms of the word Total are:entirefullwhole

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(adverb) means complete, whole or entirely. Short form of the word "totally. Handy when messaging or texting to save keystrokes.

Example: (adverb) means complete, whole or entirely. Short form of the word "totally. Handy when messaging or texting to save keystrokes.

(adverb) means complete, whole or entirely. Short form of the word "totally. Handy when messaging or texting to save keystrokes.

Example: (adverb) means complete, whole or entirely. Short form of the word "totally. Handy when messaging or texting to save keystrokes.

To destroy something, usually a car.

Example: To destroy something, usually a car.

Verb meaning: To get completely and totally drunk.

Example: Verb meaning: To get completely and totally drunk.

The sound that is registered by drunk persons when another person with a large penis is urinating, within earshot, into a water filled standard toilet. In this manner small penises produce a different sound. Piddle.

Example: The sound that is registered by drunk persons when another person with a large penis is urinating, within earshot, into a water filled standard toilet. In this manner small penises produce a different sound. Piddle.