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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} küçük çocuk
bir yudum içki
{f} ekle
{i} duble
(up ile) toplamak
ufak çocuk
ilave etmek
(Askeri) hedefte bulunma zamanı (time on target)
{i} (içki için) azıcık miktar, azıcık, damla
{f} up k.dili. toplamak
tot tut/topla
{i} küçük şey
{i} döküntü
{i} toplam

Yarının toplam güneş tutulması, güney yarımküreden görünür olacaktır. - Tomorrow's total eclipse of the sun will be visible from the southern hemisphere.

Toplamın 900 doların üzerinde olacağını hesapladı. - Tom calculated that the total would be over 900 dollars.

{i} eskiler
{i} bızdık
{i} bir yudum
{i} yavrucak
{i} ufaklık
tot up
tot up
tot up
tutmak (toplam)
quite a tot
pek çok defa
quite a tot
tiny tot
ufak miktarda
tot up
Türkçe - Türkçe
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İngilizce - İngilizce
A small child

He learned to run when he was just a tot.

To sum or total
A measure of spirits, especially rum
(Ekonomi) Terms of Trade
so much; a term used in the English exchequer to indicate that a debt was good or collectible for the amount specified, and often written opposite the item
a small amount (especially of a drink); "a tot of rum"
Time of Travel
A room tax collected by hotels, which goes to the local government entity, unlike sales tax and property tax of which local governments only receive a portion
{i} toddler, baby; glass of liquor
Anything small; frequently applied as a term of endearment to a little child
See Tot, n
A drinking cup of small size, holding about half a pint
A tot is a very young child
Total Rebounds
determine the sum of; "Add all the people in this town to those of the neighboring town"
A tot of a strong alcoholic drink such as whisky or brandy is a small amount of it in a glass. To total: totted up the bill. totted totting tot up to add together numbers or amounts of money in order to find the total
To add; to count; to make up the sum of; to total; often with up
a young child
time on target
A foolish fellow
To mark with the word "tot"; as, a totted debt
a small amount (especially of a drink); "a tot of rum
{f} add up, total
Training of Trainers
What Mr McArdle tried to do in school :
tot up
to calculate the sum of a number of numbers or quantities

As soon as Debbie can tot up the scores, we'll know who won.

tot up
To tot up a total or a list of numbers means to add up several numbers in order to reach a total. I finally sat down to tot up the full extent of my debt = add up
quot homines tot sententiæ
There are as many opinions as there are people who hold them

Different auditors, as he observes, have different habitudes; so that, were we to put this assertion to the proof by particular applications, we should possibly find quot homines tot sententiæ.

Geertgen tot Sint Jans
flourished 1475-1495, Netherlands, Hapsburg empire Dutch painter. Little is known of his career. His name means "Little Gerard of the Brethren of St. John," after the religious order in Haarlem of which he was a lay brother. His only documented work, the large triptych The Crucifixion, was painted for the Brethren's monastery. Paintings attributed to him include a luminous nocturnal Nativity and St. John the Baptist in the Wilderness
plural of tot

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    /ˈtät/ /ˈtɑːt/


    [ 'tät ] (noun.) 1725. origin unknown.

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