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1. eclipse

noun. ['ɪˈklɪps, əˈklɪps, iːˈklɪps'] one celestial body obscures another.

Synonyms

  • partial eclipse
  • immersion
  • egress
  • solar eclipse
  • total eclipse
  • emersion
  • ingress
  • occultation
  • break
  • lunar eclipse

Antonyms

  • ingress
  • immersion
  • egress
  • appearance

Etymology

  • eclipsis (Latin)
  • ἔκλειψις (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

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Example sentences of the word total-eclipse


1. Noun Phrase
The other two types of eclipses are partial and total eclipses.

2. Noun Phrase
A total eclipse occurs when the moon is in exact alignment between the sun and the earth.

3. Noun Phrase
In a total eclipse, the moon totally covers the surface of the sun.

4. Noun Phrase
Both the sun and moon can undergo partial and total eclipses.

2. eclipse

verb. ['ɪˈklɪps, əˈklɪps, iːˈklɪps'] cause an eclipse of (a celestial body) by intervention.

Synonyms

  • occult

Antonyms

  • disappearance
  • keep quiet

Etymology

  • eclipsis (Latin)
  • ἔκλειψις (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

3. eclipse

verb. ['ɪˈklɪps, əˈklɪps, iːˈklɪps'] be greater in significance than.

Synonyms

  • dominate
  • hover
  • loom
  • overshadow
  • bulk large

Antonyms

  • stay
  • unify
  • keep
  • respect

Etymology

  • eclipsis (Latin)
  • ἔκλειψις (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

4. total

adjective. ['ˈtoʊtəl'] constituting the full quantity or extent; complete.

Synonyms

  • full
  • entire

Antonyms

  • differ
  • disagree
  • fall back

Etymology

  • total (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • totalis (Latin)

5. total

verb. ['ˈtoʊtəl'] add up in number or quantity.

Synonyms

  • be
  • average
  • average out
  • make
  • number
  • amount
  • work out
  • outnumber
  • come

Antonyms

  • converge
  • be well
  • agree
  • change

Etymology

  • total (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • totalis (Latin)

6. total

noun. ['ˈtoʊtəl'] the whole amount.

Synonyms

  • whole
  • unit
  • aggregate
  • sum

Antonyms

  • distrust
  • Lady
  • noblewoman
  • exclude

Etymology

  • total (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • totalis (Latin)

7. total

noun. ['ˈtoʊtəl'] a quantity obtained by the addition of a group of numbers.

Synonyms

  • amount
  • sum
  • grand total
  • subtotal

Antonyms

  • majority
  • minority
  • Roman numeral
  • Arabic numeral

Etymology

  • total (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • totalis (Latin)

8. total

adjective. ['ˈtoʊtəl'] complete in extent or degree and in every particular.

Synonyms

  • full

Antonyms

  • unearned run
  • earned run

Etymology

  • total (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • totalis (Latin)

9. total

verb. ['ˈtoʊtəl'] determine the sum of.

Synonyms

  • add up
  • count
  • sum up
  • tot up
  • tot
  • tote up
  • add together
  • number
  • numerate
  • sum
  • summate
  • add
  • enumerate

Antonyms

  • gain
  • decrease
  • impoverish
  • take away

Etymology

  • total (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • totalis (Latin)

10. total

verb. ['ˈtoʊtəl'] damage beyond the point of repair.

Antonyms

  • uneducated

Etymology

  • total (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • totalis (Latin)
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