- in all; completely; entirely; wholly.
- by the entire extent of the heavens; diametrically.
Examples from the Web for toto
Contemporary Examples of toto
Opposition to the Affordable Care Act in toto might linger as a litmus test for conservatives.Everything is Obamacare!
March 3, 2014
On the one hand, the notion that English culture is in decline in toto is demonstrably untrue.In Defense of Martin Amis’ 'Lionel Asbo'
August 21, 2012
If the international community pulls out of Afghanistan in toto, it will undermine human rights for all Afghans.Human-Rights Toll of U.S. Shooting in Afghanistan
March 15, 2012
In toto this is a very original forensic treatise allowing the viewer to take in this harrowing episode in a transformative mode.Best Coffee Table Books 2011
December 22, 2011
Generations of children have dreamed about strolling down the Yellow Brick Road and wished for their very own Toto.The Yes List – Michael McKean's Sweet Broadway Treat
The Daily Beast
October 2, 2009
Historical Examples of toto
Voices began to call for the man she had spoken to, 'Toto, O Toto!'The Trail Book
Are some of them so bad that they ought to be rejected in toto?The Booklover and His Books
Harry Lyman Koopman
But, frankly, Toto, I supposed you were taking care of it yourself.
Toto wanted to growl at him, but couldn't, and he didn't dare bark.
Yesterday there was nothing of importance, but this morning Toto Chupin came.Caught In The Net
- totally; entirely; completely
Word Origin and History for toto
Latin ablative singular (masc. and neuter) of totus "whole, entire" (see total).
Latin, "as a whole, completely" (see total).
Latin, literally "by the whole heaven."
Totally or completely: “We reject your demands in toto.” From Latin, meaning “in all.”