add up to sth

add up to sth
UK US add up to sth
Phrasal Verb with add({{}}/æd/ verb [T]
to make a particular amount: »

The company's assets add up to $107bn.

to have a particular effect or result: »

These changes could add up to a marked improvement for the library.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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