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tōtus gen. tōtīus, dat. tōtī (m tōtō, Cs., N., Cu., Pr.)

1 TV-, all, all the, all at once, the whole, entire, total : cui senatus totam rem p. commiserat: ut totā mente atque artubus omnibus contremiscam: totā nocte ierunt, all that night , Cs.: per totam urbem, S.: urbe totā: totā in Asiā: in toto orbe terrarum: in totā vitā: totos dies perpotabat, entire days : civitas provinciis totis dabatur: qui se totos tradiderunt voluptatibus: totis viribus adgressus urbem, L.—In place of an adv., altogether, wholly, entirely, full : in amore est totus, absorbed , T.: Nescio quid meditans nugarum, totus in illis, engrossed , H.: totus et mente et animo in bellum insistit, applied himself wholly , Cs.: virtus in usu sui tota posita est: sum totus vester: falsum est id totum.—As subst n., all, the whole , opp. dividuom, T.: totum in eo est, ut, etc., all depends on this .—Ex toto, wholly, completely, entirely, altogether, totally : non ex toto domum suam aversari deos dixit, Cu.: Nec tamen ex toto deserere illa potes, O.—In toto, upon the whole, in general, generally .

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