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tally

  

      vb  
1    accord, agree, coincide, concur, conform, correspond, fit, harmonize, jibe     (informal)   match, parallel, square, suit  
2    compute, count up, keep score, mark, reckon, record, register, total  
      n  
3    count, mark, reckoning, record, running total, score, total  
4    counterfoil, counterpart, duplicate, match, mate, stub  
  
Antonyms     
  
1    clash, conflict, contradict, differ, disagree  
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tally

  
  ( tallies    plural & 3rd person present)   ( tallying    present participle)   ( tallied    past tense & past participle  )
1       n-count   A tally is a record of amounts or numbers which you keep changing and adding to as the activity which affects it progresses.  
usu sing, oft N of n  
They do not keep a tally of visitors to the palace, but it is very popular...     
2       v-recip   If one number or statement tallieswith another, they agree with each other or are exactly the same. You can also say that two numbers or statements tally.   (=correspond)  
Its own estimate of three hundred tallies with that of another survey...      V with n  
The figures didn't seem to tally.      pl-n V  
3       verb   If you tally numbers, items, or totals, you count them.  
...as we tally the number of workers who have been laid off this year...      V n  
      Tally up means the same as tally., phrasal verb  
Bookkeepers haven't yet tallied up the total cost.      V P n (not pron), Also V n P  

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tall, totally, talk, tale

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