in toto

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adverb in to·to \in-ˈtō-(ˌ)tō\

Examples of in toto in a Sentence

  1. The judge accepted the testimony in toto.

Origin and Etymology of in toto

Latin, on the whole


First Known Use: 1796


IN TOTO Defined for English Language Learners

in toto

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adverb

Definition of in toto for English Language Learners

  • : as a whole : totally or completely


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in toto

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adverb in to·to \in-ˈtō-tō\

Legal Definition of in toto

  1. :  as a whole :  in total admitted the disputed testimony in toto refused to allow the will in toto

Origin and Etymology of in toto

Latin, on the whole

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