# sum+total

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**sum total**— UK US noun [S] ► the whole of something after all the different features or parts that it consists of are taken into account: the sum total of sth »GDP can be defined as the sum total of the goods and services produced nationally. ► a total… …2

**sum total**— n the sum total the whole of an amount the sum total of ▪ That s the sum total of my knowledge about it …3

**sum total**— index aggregate, amount (result), corpus, in solido, principal (capital sum), quantity, sum (total) …4

**sum total**— n. 1. the total arrived at by adding up a sum or sums 2. everything involved or included …5

**sum total**— noun the final aggregate the sum of all our troubles did not equal the misery they suffered • Syn: ↑sum, ↑summation • Derivationally related forms: ↑summational (for: ↑summation), ↑sum …6

**sum total**— N SING: usu the N of n The sum total of a number of things is all the things added or considered together. You often use this expression to indicate that you are disappointed because the total amount is rather small. That small room contained the …7

**sum total**— {n.} The final amount; everything taken together; total. * /The sum total of expenses for the trip was $450./ * /Ten years was the sum total of John s education./ …8

**sum total**— {n.} The final amount; everything taken together; total. * /The sum total of expenses for the trip was $450./ * /Ten years was the sum total of John s education./ …9

**sum total**— 1. complete numerical total: the sum total of my savings. 2. essence; substance: The sum total of research in the field. [1350 1400; ME] * * * …10

**sum\ total**— noun the final amount; everything taken together; total. The sum total of expenses for the trip was $450. Ten years was the sum total of John s education …11

**sum total**— noun the sum total of the whole amount of something, especially when this is less than expected or needed: Is that the sum total of what they ve taught you? …12

**sum total**— (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun A number or quantity obtained as a result of addition: aggregate, amount, sum, summation, total, totality. Archaic: tale. See COUNT …13

**sum total**— overall, final sum including everything; total amount for payment …14

**sum total**— noun Date: 14th century 1. a total arrived at through the counting of sums 2. total result ; totality …15

**sum total**— noun another term for sum (in sense 2) …16

**sum-total**— …17

**sum total, the**— noun the whole amount of something, especially when it is not very much: She asked me if I was well, and that was the sum total of our conversation …18

**the sum total**— the whole amount : the entire total of something usually + of The sum total of the payments will be $28,000. That s the sum total of what I know about cars. [=that s all I know about cars] • • • Main Entry: ↑sum total …19

**(the) sum total**— the sum total UK US noun the whole amount of something, especially when it is not very much Thesaurus: everything and including everythingsynonym totals and total amountssynonym …20

**the sum total**— visuma statusas T sritis švietimas apibrėžtis Ko nors suma, pvz., mokyklinė fizikos dėstymo priemonių visuma; principų visuma; charakterio bruožų visuma. atitikmenys: angl. the sum total vok. Gesamtheit rus. совокупность ryšiai: palygink – visybė …