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Definition of "totaling" []

  • The whole, esp regarded as the complete sum of a number of parts (noun)
  • Complete; absolute (adjective)
  • Being or related to a total (adjective)
  • To amount (verb)
  • To add up (verb)
  • To kill or badly injure (someone) (verb)
  • To damage (a vehicle) beyond repair (verb)
  • Present participle of total. (verb)

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Use "totaling" in a sentence
  • "a spokesman for Farmers said the phrase "totaling out" is industry jargon and refers to the property damage part of a policy."
  • "She was a moving force in child welfare, devoting thirty years to the Child Welfare League of America, holding the role of president from 1957 to 1962 and vice president for various terms totaling thirteen years."
  • "To my horror there was another charge a week later for 3 texts again totaling £4.50."
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