- v. Simple past tense and past participle of tot.
“At some point, a reckoning will have to be made and the total costs and benefits of Pickles' decision totted up.”
“He focused on Cooper's Wednesday show, and totted up every time he said "lies" or "lying" or "liars," as well as any synonyms he used.”
“This freedom of information request finds that library fines for Cardiff University staff and students have totted up to just under half a million over two years.”
“I totted them up once for the 8 - PPOs we had … it was 922.”
“I totted up the emails I sent him while I was writing BOOMSDAY, most of which begin with How about if .”
“In personal Income, this loss of unemployment benefits means a loss of income equal to about $300 a week, or about $80 billion totted up, unavailable for consumption.”
“At the season's start I'd totted up our budget and it had come up grim: no clothes, no peace of mind, no money in the bank and the same big question mark at the end of the road.”
“The bank totted up another record half-year profit after its bad debts more than halved and its Asian markets fared better than those in the developed world.”
“He's already totted up losses of more than Rs. 2,035 crore on the FMCG business (insiders say that actual losses are far bigger if one considers the initial incubation costs that may have been absorbed by the tobacco division's hefty profits).”
“But many visitors will only decide whether to attend the show at the last minute, so it will be difficult to assess the state of the market until the event has finished and the attendance numbers totted up.”
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