From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha grand totala grand totalTOTALthe finaltotal you get when you add up several numbers or amountsa grand total ofYou could add the £15,000 Bonus to the First Prize and win a grand total of £125,000! →grand
Examples from the Corpus
grand of• This gives a grand total of 16,219 interconnections.• Each of the 96 subjects did the experiment twice, giving a grand total of 192 repetitions of the experiment.• In 1990, the residents bought the development-for a grand total of $ 1.• This compares to a grand total of £3.1 billion for the whole of last year.• A great day for the new committee, resulting in a grand total of £475.• He was earning $ 4. 70 an hour and taking home a grand total of $ 50 a week.• We are delighted and thrilled with the enthusiasm and ingenuity you have displayed while producing a grand total of over £2,500.