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The final amount after everything is added up; the sum of other totals.
number, count, tally, total, running total, sum total, sum, score, reckoning, enumeration, register, record, inventory, list, listing, account, roll, roster, index, directoryView synonyms
- ‘They have now scored the grand total of 27 goals in the first two rounds of the competition.’
- ‘The last sponsored walk and fun day raised a grand total of £31,000 and it is hoped this year's event will raise even more.’
- ‘I knew a grand total of about five people there, but it didn't really matter.’
- ‘A grand total of 6,810 euros was raised and the committee would like to thank everyone who supported the race night.’
- ‘A grand total of an unbelievable amount of more than 4 million baht was the final result.’
- ‘Last year more than 400 people took part in the event and raised a grand total of £6,000 for the charity.’
- ‘At the time of going to press, the grand total raised throughout the UK was close to the £38 million mark.’
- ‘In court they announced their verdict in individual amounts, not as a grand total.’
- ‘Between Saturday and Tuesday I got a grand total of approximately 5 hours sleep.’
- ‘In my entire school footballing career, I scored a grand total of two goals.’
- ‘I felt so sorry for her when I arrived, there must have been a grand total of twelve guests, half of whom were family.’
- ‘It was a great success and the grand total of 1,460.70 was raised between the quiz, raffle and donations.’
- ‘At the end of the show, she had won a grand total of 25,250 euros plus a valuable holiday.’
- ‘I've been to Brent's a grand total of once and wasn't as impressed as my friends.’
- ‘The film swept the board winning a grand total of five awards.’
- ‘Money from the sale of programmes also went to the appeal, raising between them the grand total of £1,200.’
- ‘So adding everything up so far the grand total reads as thus - 18 hours and 37 minutes precisely.’
- ‘For that I earned a grand total of eighteen pounds and twenty six pence.’
- ‘The grand total represented by the two volumes was, therefore, 1,262.’
- ‘Although he reigned for nearly 10 years, he was only in England twice - a grand total of 160 days.’
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