American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A machine for computing and showing totals, especially a pari-mutuel machine showing the total number and amounts of bets at a racetrack.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as totalizer.
- n. US a computer-like machine, at a racecourse, that registers bets and distributes the total amount bet among those who win
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A machine for registering and indicating the number and nature of bets made on horse races. Called also
- n. computer that registers bets and divides the total amount bet among those who won
“October 1895. toff: dandy, swell tote: short for totalizator, that is, someone who runs a betting pool, usually horse racing gilded youth: Fashionable, usually idle, young men. peeler man: police officer Find the poem online at: www. uq.edu.au My source for this recitation:”
“Except, this - a gaming operator of the totalizator, which is licensed to execute its activity in Connecticut and Netherlands and - a telephone companies of the presenting supplier prepaid telephone cards.”
“Man from Snowy River and Other Verses "published 20 October 1895. toff: dandy, swell tote: short for totalizator, that is, someone who runs a betting pool, usually horse racing gilded youth: Fashionable, usually idle, young men. peeler man: police officer Find the poem online at: www. uq.edu.au My source for this recitation:" Banjo Paterson Favourites "1993 Penguin”
“The totalizator that stood on the infield was an antique.”
“The winning post was opposite and beside it, on the other side of the track, was the huge totalizator that would carry the names of the horses and jockeys and odds, race by race.”
“Then he saw the big clock over the totalizator and groaned.”
“The totalizator was owned and operated by the Turf Club, as was the course.”
“By the way, what do you think the totalizator paid”
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