grand total

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Noun1.grand total - the sum of the sums of several groups of numbers
sum, total, amount - a quantity obtained by the addition of a group of numbers
Translations
المَجموع النِهائي
celkový součet
slutsum
heildartala
genel toplamumumî yekün

grand total

nsomma complessiva

grand

(grӕnd) adjective
1. splendid; magnificent. a grand procession.
2. proud. She gives herself grand airs.
3. very pleasant. a grand day at the seaside.
4. highly respected. a grand old man.
nounplural grand
a slang term for $1,000 or 1,000. I paid five grand for that car.
grand finale
the final act or scene in a show etc, usually with all the actors, singers etc on the stage.
grand jury
in the United States, a jury which decides whether there is enough evidence for a person to be brought to trial.
grand piano
a type of piano with a large flat top shaped like a harp.
ˈgrandstand noun
rows of raised seats at a sports ground etc. We watched the sports meeting from the grandstand; (also adjective) grandstand seats; We had a grandstand (= a very good) view of the parade.
grand total
the final total; the total of several smaller totals.
References in classic literature ?
The record lasted over nearly twenty years, the amount of the separate entries growing larger as time went on, and at the end a grand total had been made out after five or six wrong additions, and these words appended, "Bones, his pile.
Because you included the Grand Totals in your selection, the formatting will persist after future refreshes of the pivot table.
Talk about a lack of transparency, when they continue to avoid showing the grand totals that emanate from such figures, so that ratepayers do not realise the full impact of the situation