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9.
Totals are used in football, basketball, baseball, hockey, etc. The Total is set, and periodically adjusted, to insure that half of the people will wager on the 'over' and wager on the 'under'.
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Cowboys -4
Redskins 48
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(these two situations are identical)
Cowboys -4
Redskins +4
Over/Under 48
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"Cowboys are favored by four points against the Redskins and the total (or over/under) in the game is forty-eight."
by x February 01, 2004
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1.
(adverb)

means complete, whole or entirely. Short form of the word "totally. Handy when messaging or texting to save keystrokes.
Dude: "Dude, check out the body on that chick!"

Other Dude: "Totals hot!"
by gtbarry August 07, 2008
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2.
(adverb)

means complete, whole or entirely. Short form of the word "totally. Handy when messaging or texting to save keystrokes.
Dude: "Dude, check out the body on that chick!"

Other Dude: "Totals hot!"
by gtbarry September 21, 2008
216 8
 
3.
To destroy something, usually a car.
"Why did you total my car, you asshole!?"
by Tom September 30, 2003
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4.
Something to eat there's nothing to eat for breakfast
Guy 1: Hey there's nothing to eat for breakfast
Guy 2: There's cereal right here
Guy 1: Oh that's total, I don't really like that
Guy 2: DON'T TALK SHIT ABOUT TOTAL!
~Tourette's guy

by Martyre gall November 24, 2007
76 19
 
5.
Medical slang.
A patient who needs everything done for him; a patient who can't do anything for himself.
I was up all night taking care of a total.
by Mouthful July 27, 2008
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6.
Verb meaning: To get completely and totally drunk.
We can total at the student bar any time of day.
by RangiShorty August 30, 2007
8 11
 
7.
Adjective approximating to extremely, used to emphasise everything. Contraction of totally
1. That wiz jus' total not on
by Cola April 26, 2004
16 19