totalize

[toht-l-ahyz]

verb (used with object), to·tal·ized, to·tal·iz·ing.

to make total; combine into a total.

Nearby words

  1. totalitarian,
  2. totalitarianism,
  3. totalitarianize,
  4. totality,
  5. totalizator,
  6. totalizer,
  7. totally,
  8. totally ordered set,
  9. totaquine,
  10. totara

Also especially British, to·tal·ise.

Origin of totalize

First recorded in 1810–20; total + -ize

Related formsto·tal·i·za·tion, noun

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British Dictionary definitions for totalizing

totalize

totalise

verb

to combine or make into a total
Derived Formstotalization or totalisation, noun

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