totalnoun

  • ja合計、総量、総数
  • enthe whole, especially regarded as the complete sum of a number of parts

Examples

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Last week, I was in a drug store, and I saw these glasses.
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Four dollars.
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And it only cost me $7 to recreate the rest of the ensemble.
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And that's a grand total of... $11.
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Hey, Herb.
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Is that your Vitamix?
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BoJack has one, too.
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I wonder if you guys have strong opinions about it one way or the other.
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Well, the stupid thing was like 600 bucks.
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I have used mine a grand total of 0 times.
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I got it a month before I was diagnosed with cancer.
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I shall now rate this baby.
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The baby is also sleeping, so automatic 12 points.
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Although he looks like he's a bed hog,
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so that is minus 4 points.
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But his outfit is perfectly coordinated,
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so that is plus 6 points.
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That is a total of 14 out of 10 points.
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You know how many proms I went
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to when I was in high school?
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I went to a total of 6 proms.
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So I just bought one suit and literally
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just wore the same suit to everything.

Other meanings for total...

totalverb

  • jaめちゃくちゃに壊す
  • ento wreck something beyond repair
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First role you really wanted but went to someone else.
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There's been so many.
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I was driving down to do a test for 'The Aviator,' yeah starring Leonardo DiCaprio.
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I got rear-ended.
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The car was totaled.
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I was in a neck brace.
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I was stuck in Medford, Oregon and I could not go to the test.
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My best friend was sleeping over and somehow we got this brilliant idea
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that it would be fun to take my older sister's brand new Honda Prelude —
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She was away visiting her boyfriend in Massachusetts.
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Let's sneak out the car — 'cause I have a permit.
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And let's go spy on her boyfriend who's at a bar.
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Let's go to a bar.
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And we were so nervous that we didn't even know where we were going.
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And we turned the car around to leave.
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- And we totaled my sister's brand new car. - No.
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No one was injured but we totaled her car.
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- Oh my — That is an awkward conversation. - That's bad.
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I asked him if anything else was wrong with the car besides the spray paint, and he said no it runs and drives fine.
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And I also asked if the salvage title was just from the spray paint, and he said he doesn't know of any accidents it was in.
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It just seems like it's been painted, and that's why they totaled it.
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She asked me to borrow my brand new Range Rover that I bought in cash.
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She drove like an hour and a half away to get tattooed or something.
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I don't know what was going on or what she was doing.
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She said she was tired.
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I was like, “I'll get you a hotel."
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"Don't drive.”
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"Whatever."
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"Whatever."
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She fell asleep at the wheel.
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Nobody died, but my Range was totaled.

totaladjective

  • ja合計した、総計の、全部の
  • enthe number or amount of everything counted
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The total number of Birkin bags Hermès produces each year is a well-guarded secret.
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But it's estimated that there may be around 200,000 in circulation.
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So how did the rest of the meeting go?
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- Well, you said you needed 80 total businesses to participate. - Yeah.
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We have 110 and counting.
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So nice work, Leslie.
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Goldman Sachs.
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One of the top investment banks in the world, with a history of making money envied on Wall Street.
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It's the biggest of the old investment banks with almost a trillion dollars in total assets.
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First rule: no conversation lasts longer than 100 total words.
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You have used 9.
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- I have used 20, continue. - Fun!
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I'd like you to teach me to build a crib.
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Why do you need to build your own crib?
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Because I no longer trust anything other than my own 2 hands.
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I think the thing that sometimes is not obvious for Tesla is that we're actually a very tiny company.
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Our total production last year was only 50,000 cars,
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compared to global production of 19 million.
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Is he actually learning anything academic?
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Gun-woo, if I take 4, 30-minute Pilates classes for every 1, 45-minute barre class,
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how many hours of total exercise have I done if I've done 3 barre classes?
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Eight hours and 15 minutes, Auntie.
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Satisfied?
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I am so sorry, baby.
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I had no idea how detailed—
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We're in the middle of a lesson here.
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Bitcoin, for example, has a fixed supply.
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The total number that will ever be minted is hard-capped at 21 million.
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And experts say that hard cap won't be reached for another 120 years.
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Anyway, when your time on Earth has ended, we calculate the total value of your life
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using our perfectly accurate measuring system.
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Only the people with the very highest scores, the true cream of the crop,
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get to come here, to the Good Place.
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"What happens to everyone else," you ask?
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Don't worry about it.
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In the last 2 years, we've had 65 examinations,
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including examinations from 25 different states and federal.
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And the total amount of fines we paid was $38,000 or something like that.
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And we made some refund, so $700,000.