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if small amounts add up, they gradually produce a large total
to reach a particular total when everything is added together
to add up to a particular total
to be a particular total as a result of all the numbers of things being added together
to add up to a particular amount
to reach a particular amount, especially a large amount
to give a particular total when added together
if separate amounts add up to a total amount, together they form that total
to be a particular number or amount that is the result of a calculation or measurement
if something brings a number to a particular total, it makes it reach that total
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the act or practice of telling the future using random items such as playing cards
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