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to·tal·ize

 (tōt′l-īz′)
tr.v. to·tal·ized, to·tal·iz·ing, to·tal·iz·es
To make or combine into a total.

to′tal·i·za′tion (-ĭ-zā′shən) n.

totalize

(ˈtəʊtəˌlaɪz) or

totalise

vb
to combine or make into a total
ˌtotaliˈzation, ˌtotaliˈsation n

totalize


Past participle: totalized
Gerund: totalizing

Imperative
totalize
totalize
Present
I totalize
you totalize
he/she/it totalizes
we totalize
you totalize
they totalize
Preterite
I totalized
you totalized
he/she/it totalized
we totalized
you totalized
they totalized
Present Continuous
I am totalizing
you are totalizing
he/she/it is totalizing
we are totalizing
you are totalizing
they are totalizing
Present Perfect
I have totalized
you have totalized
he/she/it has totalized
we have totalized
you have totalized
they have totalized
Past Continuous
I was totalizing
you were totalizing
he/she/it was totalizing
we were totalizing
you were totalizing
they were totalizing
Past Perfect
I had totalized
you had totalized
he/she/it had totalized
we had totalized
you had totalized
they had totalized
Future
I will totalize
you will totalize
he/she/it will totalize
we will totalize
you will totalize
they will totalize
Future Perfect
I will have totalized
you will have totalized
he/she/it will have totalized
we will have totalized
you will have totalized
they will have totalized
Future Continuous
I will be totalizing
you will be totalizing
he/she/it will be totalizing
we will be totalizing
you will be totalizing
they will be totalizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been totalizing
you have been totalizing
he/she/it has been totalizing
we have been totalizing
you have been totalizing
they have been totalizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been totalizing
you will have been totalizing
he/she/it will have been totalizing
we will have been totalizing
you will have been totalizing
they will have been totalizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been totalizing
you had been totalizing
he/she/it had been totalizing
we had been totalizing
you had been totalizing
they had been totalizing
Conditional
I would totalize
you would totalize
he/she/it would totalize
we would totalize
you would totalize
they would totalize
Past Conditional
I would have totalized
you would have totalized
he/she/it would have totalized
we would have totalized
you would have totalized
they would have totalized
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.totalize - make into a totaltotalize - make into a total; "Can we totalize these different ideas into one philosophy?"
combine, compound - put or add together; "combine resources"

totalize

verb
To combine (figures) to form a sum:
add (up), cast, foot (up), sum (up), tot (up), total.
Translations

totalize

[ˈtəʊtəlaɪz] VTtotalizar
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