Traductions & exemples
Exemples d'usage pour « a sum total » en français
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EnglishThe sum total is a society that looses its self-esteem, with little or no integrity.
EnglishWe come to our jobs as lawmakers with the sum total of our past experiences.
EnglishWhy is Congo the sum total of everything that can go wrong in Africa?
EnglishThe result is that as of 13 August the sum total of settlement outposts remains at 60.
English – Madam President, growth is not a game where the sum total is zero.
EnglishLisbon is, of course, more than the sum total I listed so far.
EnglishThey represent the sum total of a 200-year tradition of fundamental rights in Europe.
EnglishIt has added modestly to the sum total of human happiness as well.
EnglishThe creation of offices and agencies should not be the sum total of EU policy in the Balkans.
EnglishHowever, the sum total of the loss elements is USD 304,909.
English23.22 Donations in consideration of marriage also affect the sum total of the family's assets.
EnglishA famous philosopher defined history as the sum total of things that could have been avoided.
EnglishThe sum total of African external debt is small by global standards.
EnglishThe sum total of the expenses incurred on additional shipping and storage costs is USD 266,963 and not USD 266,973.
EnglishThe sum total allocated for this allowance by the State budget is close to 4,000 billion lei.
EnglishCompetitiveness is no longer the sum total of wishful thinking.
EnglishEurope is not the sum total of 27 times the national interest.
EnglishOf the sum-total of investment subsidies, roughly one third were paid to farms managed by women.
EnglishIt asserted that the sum total of all the expenses related to payment or relief to others is USD 335,000 and not USD 235,000.
EnglishKWD 365,435 is the sum total of the 10 payments claimed by Alumina in the Payment Sheet.
- a submerged submarine
- a subsidiary subject
- a substantial project
- a suburban town
- a sudden movement
- a sufficient amount
- a sufficient number
- a suffocating rage
- a sugar-coated pill
- a suitable partner
- a sum total
- a summer romance
- a summer visitor
- a sunny spot
- a super-sleuth
- a super-talented player
- a superior picnic
- a superpower
- a supply convoy
- a support piece
- a surly person