in toto

adverb in to·to \ in-ˈtō-(ˌ)tō \

Definition of in toto

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


IN TOTO Defined for English Language Learners

in toto

adverb

Definition of in toto for English Language Learners

  • : as a whole : totally or completely


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in toto

adverb in to·to \ in-ˈtō-tō \

legal Definition of in toto

: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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