Traducción de altogether en Español:


totalmente, adv.

Pronunciación /ɔːltəˈɡɛðə//ˌɔltəˈɡɛðər/


  • 1

    (different) totalmente
    that system is altogether simpler ese sistema es mucho más sencillo
    • I've given up smoking altogether he dejado de fumar del todo
    • the decision wasn't altogether wise la decisión no fue del todo acertada
    • In fact, I am not altogether sure that there is much truth at all going around Camps Bay these days.
    • I'm not at the point where I'm a danger to other road users, if I were I would stop night driving altogether.
    • I should do like certain bloggers I have seen and stop altogether but I'm not sure I could.
    • Having read this book, I was not altogether sure which age group the author had in mind.
    • Cllr Brian Stanley said that he was not altogether sure that all the blame lay on her shoulders.
    • The Tory party, of course, have moaned about the expense and hinted that they might abolish Sure Start altogether.
    • Though I am not sure Mr Blahnik altogether approves of that kind of informality.
    • My barber said I should scratch my head vigorously every now and then and stop using shampoo altogether.
    • Interestingly, and perhaps not altogether surprisingly, not everyone has the same appetite for risk.
    • I can even handle it if you stop coming here altogether - and believe me, I couldn't always have said that.
    • And it's also at about this time that I wonder whether to stop watching the news altogether.
    • But the idea that the danger is so great that it should stop us swimming altogether is preposterous.
    • If we stop stigmatising suicide altogether, where will we end up?
    • And then there's the question of adjusting for inflation which I am not altogether sure how to go about.
    • Maybe it is about time that smoking at the staff entrance was stopped altogether.
    • In future, councils will be given the option of reducing the level of the discount - or stopping it altogether.
    • After a while, I stop listening altogether, and go into nodding and smiling autopilot mode.
    • Airline executives had warned that a change in insurance cover might force them to stop flying altogether.
    • I don't think he and my Dad got on all that well, but I'm not altogether sure.
    • In fact maybe you should stop them watching TV altogether and make them get up from that playstation.
    • I therefore felt somewhat of a hypercrit to be making vows in God's house when I'm not altogether sure of my beliefs.
  • 2

    it would involve altogether too much effort supondría un esfuerzo mayúsculo
    • the trip was altogether ghastly el viaje fue absolutamente espantoso
  • 3

    (in total)
    en total
    • So altogether it would take at least two years if everything went well, it would take at least two years to get out of this life.
    • Altogether 100 papers were found using the reported search, of which four presented the best evidence to answer the clinical question.
    • We were ten altogether.
    • How many people altogether work in the same organization?
  • 4

    (on the whole)
    en general
    • Altogether it wasn’t the most successful show for us.
    • Altogether it's one of my absolute favorite movies of all time.
    • He does the game completion stats for us as well, and altogether it can be quite time-consuming so he does a good job.