verb (used with object), to·tal·ized, to·tal·iz·ing.
to make total; combine into a total.
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count, compute, calculate, figure, reckon, sum, tally, tot, tote, cast, enumerate, foot, total, summate
- totally ordered set,
Also especially British, to·tal·ise.
Origin of totalize
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Yet it is a dislike accompanied by a totalizing possessiveness.The Perils of Biography in the Bradlee-Himmelman Storm|Lee Siegel|May 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
to combine or make into a total
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